A country in the horn of African continent, Ethipia is one of the leading coffee exporters in the world and if one goes by International Monetary Fund (IMF)’s latest report, Ethipia is among the fastest growing nations across the globe.
Being a non-oil-dependent economy, Ethiopia largely depends on agriculture and exports which account for more than 50 per cent of its GDP growth. With exports revenue due to coffee being one of the major sources of income for the country, Ethiopia also exports khat, gold, leather products, oilseeds and floriculture items.
Having workforce mostly belongs to unskilled and untrained class, Ethiopian employers are showing great interest to educate their workers on occupational safety and healthy and also keep the workplace free from pollutants and other hazardous elements.
Since industries are growing at greater pace in Ethiopia, the requirement of health, safety and environment (HSE) professionals are in good demand with employers looking to appoint such professionals in their organisations.
Green World Group in Ethiopia is a pioneer in offering industry-oriented safety programmes for both employees and also to the aspiring students. Offering internationally recognised diploma courses such as NEBOSH, IOSH, ADOSHEM and also short term training programmes for people working in different industries, Green World Group has made a mark in promoting occupational safety among employees and employers in Ethiopia.