Frequently Asked Questions

Conference Participation

How do I register for the conference

All participants must be registered online at

Once you complete your registration, an automatic confirmation letter will be sent to you to notify you of the successful registration. Then ACPF will email an official letter confirming your registration and for online visa processing.

Participants are required to register and have their identification badges prior to the opening of the conference on 6 September 2022 from 8:00a.m. 

Kindly also carry your invitation letter and personal identification for onsite accreditation. You may collect your badge from the United Nations Conference Centre (UNCC) using the back entrance, at the delegate’s registration building.  For identification and security reason, identification badges should be worn by all participants, at all times during the conference and at official social functions.

Travel and Accommodation

How do I obtain my entry visa

Visas can be obtained online through the Government of Ethiopia’s e-Visa platform:  and select for Conference Visa – CV

Health and Security Issues

What if I fell ill during the conference

Visitors to Ethiopia should be in possession of a valid inoculation certificate for yellow fever.  Vaccination against cholera is also required for any person who has visited or transited through a cholera-infected country within six days of arriving in the country.

The United Nations Health Care Center (UNHCC), situated on the ground floor of the UN Conference Center provides medical services during the conference hour.  Payment to medical services must be made in cash at the visitor’s cost.  In case of medical or dental emergency, please call the reception desk at telephone numbers 0115-445502, 0115-443548, 0115-443135.

COVID-19 - If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms while in Ethiopia, you can call the Ethiopian COVID-19 helplines on 8335 or 952 for advice.


What is Addis Ababa like
Addis Ababa has an altitude of 2,400 meters above sea level. The official language of Ethiopia is Amharic, but English is widely understood as well. 

September in Ethiopia is the end of a three months rainy season (June to September) but showers are more than occasional.  Temperatures may vary from a high of 220C during the daytime to a low of 120C with the weather getting cooler in the evening and early mornings.

The electrical supply in Ethiopia is 220-240 volts, 50 cycles AC accessible via 13-amp, two pin socket.