OCP Ethiopia office was incorporated in September 2015.
OUR KEY OBJECTIVES
Support the development of Ethiopian Agriculture by :
Supplying the right fertilizer at the right time, in the right place, and at the right price to Ethiopian farmers.
Supporting the development of the value chain of fertlizers until smallholder farmer.
Providing capacity building programs, trainings and agronomic practice improvment system for agricultural sustainable growth in the benefit of Ethiopian farmers.
Expected Growth: significant impact on the fertility and productivity of soils.
Number of Employees: 90
Key Local Partners: Ministry of Agriculture, Public Entreprises Administration Agency, Ministry of Water Irrigation and Energy, Ethiopian Agricultural Businesses Corporation, ATA, Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research ,Sugar Corporation.
Teff, Maize, Sorghum,wheat, sesame, coffee
Agriculture is the backbone of Ethiopia’s economy and central of Ethiopia’s development strategy.
Ethiopia’s Agriculture sector employs more than 68% of the workforce and accounts for 34% of Ethiopia’s gross domestic product (GDP).
OCP S.A Ethiopia Meti Building, 7th Floor, Namibia Street, around Edna Mall and Sheger Building Woreda 17, Kebele 17, House No. New, Bole Sub City
Blending unit project
Produce customized fertilizers and provide training for smallholders farmers through the establishment of a new company OCP Ethiopia Fertlizers Manufacturing PLC.
Cash crop project
Support cash crop sector (sugar cane, coffe & tea, oilseeds, maize) by providing agronomy support.
Introduce adapted water soluble fertilizer to increase yield and productivity.
New fertilizer Field Trials
Field demonstrations for farmers on right fertilizers and good agronomic practices.
À PROPOS DE L'ÉTHIOPIE
Consommation d'engrais par hectare de terres arables