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The final draft of the Industry Registration Proclamation by the Ministry of Urban Development and Construction (MoUDC)
was up for discussion at a two-day seminar as September 16th and 17th held at the Hilton hotel.
The proclamation is expected to alleviate some of the problems encountered in the construction sector and accelerate sector development. Appropriate policies and proclamations are crucial for the sector to function effectively, was one of the points stressed at the event. Mekuria Haile, Minister of Urban Development and Construction, said that to enable the country to become a middle-income country, the construction sector needs to play a bigger role and effective strategies need to be put in place.
According to MoUDC, even though the sector has shown considerable growth, it is still enmeshed in a web of problems which has prevented it from performing as it should. Steps taken previously to address the problems were not effective enough, giving rise to the need for further evaluation and readjustment. A final draft of the construction industry development policy was also presented for discussion at the same event.
In order to resolve the lingering problems and to effectively implement the proclamations, aside from presenting a draft policy, the Ministry also came up with a draft regulation for establishing a Chamber for the development of the Ethiopian construction industry, an organ that will be responsible for overseeing the activities of the construction sector. The Chamber that is to be established will work with government offices and higher education institutes, among other entities.
A construction management institute will also be established and will be responsible for providing quality certification to individuals in the profession of construction management.