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NEW - Foreign Curancy Diaspora Bank Account

Foreign Currency account is an account in which the source of fund is overseas and can be maintained in hard currency or in birr. Type of foreign currency account may include:Non-Resident Transferable Foreign Currency Account (NRT FCY), Non-Resident Transferable Birr Account (NRT ), Non-Resident Non-Transferable Birr Account (NRNT), Foreign Exchange Retention Accounts for Exporters, Foreign Exchange Retention Accounts for the Recipients of Inward Remittances, Foreign Currency accounts in the name of Ethiopian and foreign nationals of Ethiopian origin ( Diaspora a/c)

Mid Eth Opens door for Ethiopian and Ethiopian Origin Professionals

The Ethiopian Expatriate Affairs Directorate General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in collaboration with the IOM, UNDP and the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development, has initiated a new program, the Migration for Development in Ethiopia Program (MIDEth). Its mission is to facilitate the transfer of knowledge and technology to Ethiopia through the efforts of Ethiopians and persons of Ethiopian origin living abroad with professional skills in the areas of higher education , health, and water. Here is the full text

If you are interested to provide the service, Click Here pdf to view Selected Universities and their respective needs.

The Constituency Building Department of the Embassy of Ethiopia is committed to deliver various services to Ethiopians and foreign nationals of Ethiopian Origin in the USA.

Recognizing the roles of the Ethiopian Diaspora with respect to their country of origin, the Government of Ethiopia has through its Ministry of Foreign Affairs, created the General Directorate in charge of Ethiopian Expatriate Affairs in January 2002.

Further more, the Constituency Building Department of the Embassy Shall:

  1. Disseminate accurate & first hand information and data to the Diaspora, in a bid to make them well informed, well connected with their country and enable them to participate and contribute in the overall developmental endeavors of the country.
    Allow us to take this opportunity to ask you about Ethiopian Television broadcast
    Click here to view & print the pdf in amharic and send your comments to: - Embassy of Ethiopia, 3506 International Dr NW Washington DC 20008.

  2. Encourage Ethiopians and foreign nationals of Ethiopian origin to participate in trade and tourism and/or recruit tourists to Ethiopia.

  3. Encourage Ethiopians and Foreign nationals of Ethiopian origin to invest in Ethiopia and/or recruit investors for Ethiopia. (Watch this short clip)


There are numerous excellent
reasons to invest in Ethiopia For more background information, check out the Ethiopian Investment Guide If you would like to get Supporting Letter to invest in Ethiopia Click Here

For quick information about Ethiopia's Agricultural Sector Development Click Here


If you are interested in doing business in Ethiopia or would like more information, please contact:

Yohannes Getahun (Minister Counselor I)
Embassy of Ethiopia
3506 International Drive, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20008
TEL: (202) 274-1200
FAX: (202) 587-0195
e-mail: yohannes@ethiopianembassy.org

  1. Encourage Ethiopians and foreign nationals of Ethiopian origin to participate in the transfer of knowledge and technology to help the county's developmental endeavor.
    In order to get a piece of information about Ethiopia's Education Sector Progres Click Here

  2. Conducting research, which helps in identifying problems of the Ethiopians in the USA in order to improve legislation that is instrumental for their increased participation in nation building.
    Should you need to serve in your country's institutions for short term (Voluntary Services) or work permanently, and for more information about knowledge and technology transfer, Please contact:

    Yohannes Getahun (Minsiter Counselor II)
    Embassy of Ethiopia
    3506 International Drive, N.W.
    Washington, D.C. 20008
    TEL: (202) 364-1200
    FAX: (202) 587-0195
    e-mail: yohannes@ethiopianembassy.org
     

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