Ethiopia Capital Goods Finance Companies and address, phone number, email, fax, number of branches, date of establishment

Capital Goods Finance Companies of Ethiopia and their address, phone number, email, fax, number of branches, date of establishment

Addis Capital Goods Finance Business S.C.

H.O / Region
Addis Ababa

+251 111 262 445 / +251 111 262 411 /
+251 911744753

addiscapital@ethionet

P.O. Box 54782

Kaza Capital Goods Finance Business S.C

H.O/Region
Mekele, Ethiopia

+251 342 400 087 / +251 344 400 085 +251 342 400 084

[email protected]

P.O. Box 1864

Waliya Capital Goods Finance Business S.C.

+251 342 400 087 / +251 344 400 085 +251 342 400 084

H.O/Region
Mekele, Ethiopia

[email protected]

P.O. Box 1864

Debub Capital Goods Finance Business S.C.

+251 462 125 191
+251 936475076
+251 462 125 170

H.O / Region
Hawasa, Ethiopia.

[email protected]

P.O. Box 03

Oromia Capital Goods Finance Business S.C.

+251 115 571 307 / +251 115 571 337
+251 911019828 +251 115 571 411

H.O/Region
A.A/Oromia

[email protected]
[email protected]

P.O.Box 19853

Ethio Lease Ethiopian Capital Goods Finance Business S.C

+251 116 393 397 / +251 116 393 395
0944310130 +251 116 392 730

H.O/Region
Addis Ababa

[email protected]

P.O.Box 54236

The Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia is an African country.

It shares borders with Eritrea to the north, Djibouti to the northeast, Somalia to the east and southeast, Kenya to the south, South Sudan to the west, and Sudan to the northwest.

Addis Ababa is the capital and largest city.

Languages: Amharic, Oromo, Somali, Tigrigna, Afar …
Currency: Ethiopian Birr
Dialing code: +251

As of 2023 the country’s population was 107,334,000, making it the 13 most populated country in the world and 2 most populated in Africa after Nigeria.

It covers a land area of 1,112,000 square kilometres (472,000 sq. miles).

Ethiopia is multi-ethnic with over 80 different ethnic groups. Oromo and Amhara are the country’s two largest ethnic groups.

Christianity is the most widely professed faith in the country. The country has some adherents of Islam and other faiths.

Ethiopia is administratively divided into four levels: regions, zones, woredas (districts) and kebele (wards).

The first level administrative division in Ethiopia is a region, also called kilil, or alternatively regional state.

The 1995 Constitution of Ethiopia established the regions based on ethno-linguistic territories.

The country comprises 11 regions and two city administrations under these regions, many zones, woredas and neighbourhood administration: kebeles.

Previously, this level was called a province, and though many of the old province and new region names are the same, the entities are not identical and the words region and province are not interchangeable. As of 2022 there were eleven regions.

The regions and their capitals in Ethiopia are as follows:

  • Addis Ababa (City) …. Addis Ababa
  • Afar Region … Semera
  • Amhara Region … Bahir Dar
  • Benishangul-Gumuz Region … Asosa
  • Dire Dawa (City) … Dire Dawa
  • Gambela Region … Gambela
  • Harari Region … Harar
  • Oromia Region … Addis Ababa
  • Sidama Region … Hawassa
  • Somali Region … Jijiga
  • South West Ethiopia Peoples’ Region … Bonga
  • Southern Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples’ Region … Hawassa
  • Tigray Region … Mek’ele

Regions are subdivided into zones. The number of zones varies, but most regions have around six to twelve zones.

The largest region Oromia has over 20 zones, and the two smallest regions have none.

There are some cities which are set up as “special zones”, such as Bahir Dar Special Zone in the Amhara Region.

The earlier equivalent to a zone was called an awrajja, and many zones today are named the same as their earlier awrajja, but the terms zone and awrajja are not interchangeable.

Zones are divided into woredas (districts). In Ethiopia, the woredas comprise three main organs: a council, an executive and a judicial.

The Woreda Council is the highest government organ of the district, which is made up of directly elected representatives from each kebele in the woredas.

The representative of the people in each kebele is accountable to their electorate.

Woredas are divided into kebele, municipalities. Each kebele comprises around 20 smaller villages.

Kebele is the smallest administrative division. This is sometimes also called tabia or tabiya. They are at the neighbourhood level and are the primary contact for most citizens living in Ethiopia. Their administrative unit consists of an elected council, a cabinet (executive committee), a social court and the development and security staff. Kebeles are accountable to their woreda councils and are typically responsible for providing basic education, primary health care, agriculture, water, and rural roads.