Trade and Development Strategies

Year Strategy name Sector
2011 Ethiopia's Climate Resilient Green Economy

Industry, Forestry, Livestock, Agriculture, Electricity, Construction Industry, Transports, Industry Industry, Forestry, Livestock, Agriculture, Electricity, Construction Industry, Transports, Industry

2011 UNDAF Ethiopia 2012-2015

The United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) for Ethiopia is aligned with... The United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) for Ethiopia is aligned with the Growth and Transformation Plan (GTP) and the Millennium Development Goals in addressing the main social and development issues affecting Ethiopia. Hence, the framework is organized around four main pillars, namely: 1) sustainable economic growth and risk reduction; 2) basic social services; 3) governance and capacity development; 4) women, youth and children.

2010 Ethiopia's Agricultural Sector Policy and Investment Framework (PIF)

The PIF sets out a 10-year framework within which investments in the... The PIF sets out a 10-year framework within which investments in the agricultural sector will have to be carried out in order to implement the Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Programme (CAAPD) for Ethiopia. It builds on the Agricultural Development Led Industrialization (ADLI) strategy and it focuses on increasing agriculture productivity, managing natural resources and facing risks of natural disasters.

2010 Growth and Transformation Plan (GTP)

The GTP aims to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in 2015,... The GTP aims to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in 2015, and provides for Ethiopia to reach the status of middle-income country by 2020-2023. The GTP envisages the creation of a stable macroeconomic framework and nation-building process, within a democratic and developmental state. It aims to maintain sustained GDP average growth at 11% per annum, improving the health and education system and achieving the MDGs. Strategic pillars of the plan will be equitable and rapid growth, safeguard of agriculture as a major source of growth, promotion of industrialization, enhancement of social development, infrastructure investment, governance strengthening, and empowerment of youth and women.

Live Animals, Meat, Vegetables, Herbs, Fruits, Pulses, Sugar Industry, Coffee, Spices,... Live Animals, Meat, Vegetables, Herbs, Fruits, Pulses, Sugar Industry, Coffee, Spices, Oilseeds, Tantalum, Gums, Incense, Flowers, Petroleum Sector, Caustic Soda, Soda Ash Industry, Pharmaceuticals, Cosmetics, Fertilizers, Plastic Industry, Plastic Industry, Leather Industry, Rubber Industry, Paper Industry, Textile Industry, Marble and Cement Industry, Metal and engineering Industry, Garment Industry, Gold , Tourism

2010 Spices Export Strategy

The strategy provides an overview of the spices sector, analysing the main... The strategy provides an overview of the spices sector, analysing the main aspects of the global market and Ethiopian supply capacity, and outlining the key potential obstacles to exports from Ethiopia. It reports the institutional and governmental support available for the sector, and it provides an assessment of the value chain of specific spices cultivated in the country. Finally, it envisages the future perspectives of the spices sector, outlining priority target markets and the main strategic objectives, namely: 1) an improvement in pre- and post- harvest and processing practices; 2) an improvement in marketing practices; 3) an improvement in capacities/capacity building and access to finance; 4) an improvement in quality and standard compliance; 5) an improvement in value chain governance. Main expected outcomes of the strategy are: i) a yield increase of 20%; ii) a reduction in volume loss of 20%; iii) a boost in land productivity of more than 30%; iv) an increase in quality of 20%, thereby addressing new clients in EU/USA markets; v) spice export volumes will double to 30.000 tons by 2015 (not counting paprika-extract exports); vi) spice export earnings will triple to US$50.000.000 (at the forecasted world market prices). The strategy also provides a precise implementation plan and framework.

Spices, Natural Cosmetics Spices, Natural Cosmetics

2004 Ethiopia Trade and Transformation

The document outlines the potential benefits for Ethiopia deriving from deeper trade... The document outlines the potential benefits for Ethiopia deriving from deeper trade integration into the global economy and it points out the key constraints to this objective; it provides for technical assistance to build institutional capacity within the national government and improve donors’ coordination. Great importance is given to raising agriculture productivity, as the only way to modernize the economy and lay the basis for industrialization.

Live Animals, Meat, Cereals, Vegetables, Sugar Industry, Coffee, Floriculture, Leather Industry, Textile Industry, Tourism Live Animals, Meat, Cereals, Vegetables, Sugar Industry, Coffee, Floriculture, Leather Industry, Textile Industry, Tourism

2002 Industry Development Strategy of Ethiopia

The document provides for the implementation of agricultural-led and export-oriented industrialization. It... The document provides for the implementation of agricultural-led and export-oriented industrialization. It suggests the expansion of labor-intensive industries and it maintains the importance of sustaining the growth of the private sector and of small and medium enterprises. It also provides for the creation of favorable conditions for investment and industrial development through a stable macroeconomic framework, a modern financial system and efficient infrastructure and services.

Meat, Agro-Processing Industry, Leather Industry, Textiles and Garments, Construction Industry Meat, Agro-Processing Industry, Leather Industry, Textiles and Garments, Construction Industry