The young designer Hiwot Gashaw visited Ethiopian Institute of Textile and Fashion Technology.  She was invited by Dr. Baylie Damtie, the president of Bahir Dar University.

Fashion Design Technology was a far looking dream for the Ethiopian young’s for learning in the discipline. Fashion Passionate students were reliving their interest either outside the country or simply watching Fashion programs in the TV shows. However, the dream came to be realized in Ethiopia, Bahir Dar University in 2003, when... Read More

Teijin Frontier Co., Ltd., the Teijin Group's fiber-products converting company, announced that it has developed an advanced, high-comfort, high-density fabric, called DELTA 2000, that offers excellent performance for use in outerwear.

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Addis Ababa: May 22,2014 (FBC) The Ethiopian government is collaborating with a Chinese company, Zhejiang Jinda Flax Plc, to establish a textile industrial zone in Addis Ababa.The Ethiopian Ministry of Industry and the Chinese textile company had signed a Memorandum of... Read More

The Ethiopian Quality Award Organization (EQA) has awarded Bahir Dar University for its excellence in the quality of its t-learning, research and community services.May 29, 2014

The 3rd International Conference has been finalized gracefully, the presence of his Excellency Mr.Taddese Haile, State Minster of Industry Minster has ignited the impact of the conference.

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Ethiopian Institute of Textile and Fashion Technology, Bahir Dar University, announced the press release of the 3rd International conference which will be hold on on coming May 2 and 3, 2014.
The Scientific Director of EiTEX, Asst.Professer Addisu Ferede, speaks to the press about the 3rdInternational Conference on title “Cotton, Textile and Apparel Value Chain in Africa”.

Around 60 teams from the teachers and staff workers of the members of Bahir Dar University, Ethiopian Institute of Textile and Fashion Technology have travelled 400 km journey towards to Guba. One of the practical differences in the current Ethiopian developments is the building of  the renaissance dam in the river Abbaby. Abbaby (Blue Nile) is one of the tributaries of Nile, which contributed more than 86% of Nile water. This river... Read More