ADDIS ABABA January 5th, 2021
በከተማ ሌማትና ኮንስትራክሽን ሚኒስቴር የወጣ
The construction industry is making a significant contribution to the country’s economic growth and one of the issues that will be further strengthened and solved is the development of laws and codes and procedures governing the industry and the timely improvement of the existing registration, certification and certification system. Failure to motivate professionals, as required during the renovation, does not guarantee the continuity of professional competence; Focusing on the equipment and office equipment, not on the experience of the construction companies, and the fact that the registration and certification system is not adding value to the problems in the industry and adding new responsibilities to the ministry.
By streamlining the certification and registration system; Encouraging job creation for novice graduates; Registration and certification requirements need to be redesigned to ensure that it is close to the outside world registration system and contributes to the growth and competitiveness of the industry, and that professionals and organizations are working on the basis of registration and certification certificates, correcting ethical problems and performance gaps and creating job opportunities for small and medium enterprises. Construction Contractors and Professionals Registration Directive No. 19, 2011 in accordance with Article 22 of the Proclamation No. 1097/2019 of the Ministry of Urban Development and Construction, in order to build a competitive construction industry by creating a conducive environment for the industry to grow and become a medium and large enterprise. (2012) and the Design Professionals and Consultants Registration Directive No. 22/2012 and Article 5, Sub-Article 6 of Regulation No. 439/2018, has been empowered to register and support the implementation of projects and to carry out its responsibilities.