This project supported by the Civil Society Innovation Fund aims at strengthening the diversification and innovation of Ethiopian civil so-ciety, to ensure a pluralistic and democratic organizational sphere, novel and creative civic activism and the defense of civic and associational rights of...
This project aims to support agricultural SMEs in Ethiopia in their business development capacities and in their access to credit.
This project aims at assisting ACSO in its institutional and operational transformation process to implement the new civil society law and build its capacity.
AFD is participating in the strengthening of infrastructure and institutional capacities in Ethiopia's secondary cities through the co-financing and support to the implementation of the Ethiopia Urban Institutional and Infrastructure Development Program (UIIPD).
Since 2019, AFD has been supporting several actions to preserve and develop the ancient stone-carved Churches of Lalibela in Ethiopia, classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Recently, a new project has been signed and an exhibition is on display in the capital until the end of the year.
Solid waste management is a major challenge for the municipality of Addis Ababa. This project has built a sanitary landfill accommodating non-hazardous and hazardous waste, an access road to the facility and two transfer stations for an improved collection.
Development investment has tended to neglect women’s menstrual health. Now, the first French Development Impact Bond (DIB) seeks to change that, by supporting programs that promote menstrual hygiene. On the eve of Menstrual Hygiene Day, we highlight a public-private pilot program in Ethiopia...
Emerging from two years of civil war ending in November 2022, Northern Ethiopia is now setting to work on its reconstruction. Beyond the heavy human toll, the cost of rebuilding essential energy infrastructure is estimated at some €50 million. France, through AFD, is to take charge of some of...
Since 2015, AFD has been supporting the Water Resources Development Fund (WRDF) in the implementation of a mechanism to replenish the fund (aka ‘revolving fund’), which is used to improve water and sanitation in Ethiopian secondary cities.
This project aims to strengthen the efficiency of the electricity sector by improving EEP's performance and services.
AFD is supporting the coordination of the feasibility study led by the SCAC and financing the CNRS in the project to carry out emergency restoration work on certain churches and create a digital exhibition.