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Research Organisations - Ethiopia (36)

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  • Addis Ababa University (AAU) - Addis Abeba

    The main goals of the Department are to: 1. Train economists with basic skills that would help to teach and do research in areas of economics 2. Facilitate, encourage and do research work in economics focusing on the Ethiopian economy

  • Alemaya University - Dire Dawa

  • Alemaya University (AU) - Dire Dawa

  • Amhara Regional Agricultural Research Insitute (ARARI) - Bahir Dar

    Institution involved in the NCCR North-South implemented by the Swiss National Center of Competence ( Leading Agency: Center for Development and Environment, CDE, (

  • Arba Minch University (AMU) - Arba Minch

    Arbaminch University is one of the universities found in the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Region (SNNPR). It is located at Arba Minch town, 500 km south of Addis Ababa in the vicinity of unique natural and anthropogenic diversity. The university is founded on 200 ha of land, at the eastern foot of Gamo mountain ranges and adjacent to the vast low lying land streching towards Lake Abaya and forming part of the East African Rift valley.

  • Arbaminch Water Technology Institute (AWTI) - Arbaminch

  • Österreichische Botschaft Addis Abeba - Addis Abeba

  • Koordinationsbüro Entwicklungszusammenarbeit c/o Österreichische Botschaft Addis Abeba - Addis Abeba

  • Awassa Agricultural Research Center (ARC) - Assawa

  • Awassa College of Agriculture - Awassa

  • Debre Zeit Agricultural Research Center (DZARC) - Debre Zeit

  • Debub University - Awassa

  • Essential Oils Research Station - Shashemene,

  • Ethiopian Civil Service College (ECSC) - Addis Abeba

    The Ethiopian Civil Service College (ECSC) was established in 1995 to cater for the training needs of the Ethiopian Civil Service system and to carry out research and consultancy. ECSC is currently in the process of re-orienting its training programs to respond to the changing needs of the Ethiopian Civil Service System and the Civil Service Reform program through short-term, selected under- and post-graduate training programs. The general Mission of the ECSC is to play a pivotal role in building and strengthening the capacity of the Regional and Federal Civil Service

  • Ethiopian Economic Association (EEA) - Addis Ababa

    The Ethiopian Economic Association/EEA/ is a not for profit, non partisan and independent professional association legally registered with the Ministry of Justice and operational since 1991. EEA has been actively engaged in Economic research, training, organization of International and National conferences and round table discussions on the Ethiopian economy and the dissemination of the results of these activities through its professional journals and various publications over the last 17 years, and most particularly since the establishment of its research wing the Ethiopian Economic Policy Research Institute (EEPRI) in 2000.

  • Ethiopian Economic Policy Research Institute (EEPRI) - Addis Ababa

    The Ethiopian Economic Policy Research Institute (EEPRI) is the research, training, and publication wing of the Ethiopian Economic Association (EEA), a non-profit institution. EEPRI was the first independent economic policy research institution established in Ethiopia. The Institute’s objectives include strengthening research capacity, collecting and compiling macroeconomic and sectoral data, and providing information and analysis on economic policy matters. The Institute also strives to improve the policy environment through informed public debate and enhanced public participation in policy issues.

  • Ethiopian Institute Agricultural Research (former Ethiopian Agricultural Research Organization) (EIAR (former EARO)) - Addis Ababa

    The Ethiopian Agricultural Research Organization (EARO)is founded in June 1997 and it is the highest autonomous government body and the largest specialized agency to co-ordinate the agricultural research activities in the country. EARO is primarily responsible for generating, improving and adapting technologies and coordinating, encouraging and assisting research activities in order to fulfill the current and long term agricultural requirements of the country. Ethiopian Agricultural Research Organization (EARO), which has been renamed as the Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research (EIAR) in October 2005.

  • Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research (EIAR) - Addis Abeba

    The mission of EIAR is to conduct innovative research on priority food and tree crops, livestock, and natural resources in the 18 major agro-ecologies of Ethiopia and provide national scientific leadership in agricultural research by nationally coordinating research and strengthening the capacity of our partners. EIAR's mission therefore is to lead national efforts in agricultural research aimed at transforming the organization's vision of brighter future for Ethiopians through more agricultural technological options into reality. This will be done by combining the best of science with indigenous knowledge of our rural people in a wide range of strategic alliances with regional agricultural research setups, higher learning institutions, GOs, NGOs, private organizations and international institutions.

  • Ethiopian Science and Technology Commission (ESTC) - Adis Abeba

    The Ethiopian Science and Technology Commission (ESTC) was first established in December 1975 to initiate, organize, direct and promote scientific and technologiclal Research & Development (R&D) activities in the country. TheCommission was re-established in March, 1994 and in August 1995 following the establishment of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia. The objectives of ESTC are enhancing the scientific and technological awareness of the peoples of Ethiopia in order to develop their culture and know-how with a view to promoting the development of traditional, new and emerging technologies and making science and technology systems more productive, efficient and development oriented.


  • Geological Survey of Ethiopia (GSE) - Adis Abeba

    The Geological Survey of Ethiopia (GSE) was set up in 1968 as a Department within the Ministry of Mines (MM), and became the Ethiopian Institute of Geological Surveys (EIGS) in 1984, an autonomous federal government agency accountable to MM. It was recently renamed GSE.

  • Institute of Biodiversity Conservation and Research - Addis Abeba

    The general objective of the Institute is undertake conservation, study, research and promote the development and sustainable utilisation of the country’s biodiversity. The specific objectives, power and duties of the Institute are indicated elsewhere.

  • IFPRI Addis Ababa Office (IFPRI Ethiopia) - Addis Abeba

    Ethiopia faces daunting poverty and food security challenges. Despite the articulation of a rural development and food security strategy and a commitment to the broader framework of pro-poor rural development, many complex issues remain to be resolved.

  • International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) - Addis Ababa

    ILRI libraries cater for ILRI scientists, its partners in national agricultural research systems (NARS) and other external users. ILRI maintains three libraries: one at ILRI-Ethiopia, in Addis Ababa, and one at ILRI-Kenya, in Nairobi and the third one at ILRI Philippines. For over 25 years the Libraries have amassed large collections of monographs, periodicals and other documents on animal production and diseases, with disciplines ranging from agricultural economics to molecular biology. These information resources are supplemented with documents from ILRI's unique collection of non-conventional literature on animal agriculture from research centers in 27 Sub-Saharan African countries.

  • Jimma College of Agriculture (JCA) - Jimma

  • Jimma University (JU) - Jimma

    Jimma University (JU) is a public higher educational institution established in December 1999 by the amalgamation of Jimma College of Agriculture (founded in 1952), and Jimma Institute of Health Sciences (established in 1983).The two campuses are located in Jimma city 335 km southwest of Addis Ababa with an area of 167 hectares.Ambo College of Agriculture (1931), located at Ambo town, 125 km west of the capital Addis Ababa, is also affiliated to JU as of May 2003 . JU is Ethiopia's first innovative Communisty Oriented Education Institution of higher learning. The University adopted the city's name for logically sound reasons. For one thing, Jimma is one of the biggest cities in the country noted for its coffee production. Secondly, Jimma was the seat of the King of the Five Gibe States during the 19th century. The Main Campus is situated in the neighborhood of the ex-palace of Aba Jifar, now an open museum. Jimma is known among other things for its year round green attractive landscape scenery and coffee production as mentioned above.

  • Mekelle University (MU) - Mekelle

    The general aims of the Mekelle University College are: - To advance, disseminate and apply learning and knowledge in dryland agricultural sciences, engineering and technology, and mining-geology; - To promote and encourage the application of that knowledge and learning in the agricultural and industrial sectors of the rural and the urban economy of the Nation.

  • Melkassa Agricultural Research Center - Nazareth

  • Ministry of Agriculture of Ethiopia - Addis Ababa

  • National Tsetse and Trypanosomiasis Investigation & Control Center (NTTICC) - Bedelle

  • National Veterinary Institute - Addis Ababa

  • National Veterinary Institute (NVI) - Debre Zeit

  • Oromia Agricultural Research Institute (OARI) - Addis Abeba

  • Oromiya Agricultural Development Bureau - Addis Ababa

  • Systemwide Livestock Programme (SLP) - Addis Ababa

    The Systemwide Livestock Programme (SLP) of the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) is a consortium of 12 international agricultural research centres (see Partners) and the organisations that collaborate with them. In support of the efforts of the international community to achieve the poverty eradication targets set by the United Nations through the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), our purpose is to contribute to the CGIAR’s goal of alleviating poverty in the developing world and protecting natural resources in order to achieve sustainable food security. We contribute to these goals by: * Building and strengthening links between the crop-, agroforestry-, natural resource-, policy- and livestock-oriented CGIAR centres and programmes, their partners and other stakeholders, to develop integrated and coherent strategic and applied research on livestock feed development and related natural resource management and policies. * Influencing the use of CGIAR resources invested in its centres and programmes so as to enhance the conduct of development-oriented livestock research.

  • Wondo Genet College of Forestry - Shashemane

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