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Ethiopia-Eritrea – Cultural Calendar 2022  /
Etiopia-Eritrea – Calendario culturale 2022

The German-Ethiopian Foundation publishes a new cultural calendar for the year 2022. With this we want to build a bridge between the African and the so-called Western societies.
The calendar 2022 will have a new look and even more content, but the best features of 2021 remain: 

  • every month an extraordinary photo (full sheet DIN A4 format)
  • the Ethiopian-Eritrean and Western calendar at a glance
  • information about important festival dates and historical data
  • interesting stories on the unique culture
  • seven languages including Amharic, Tigrinya and Oromiffa 

Get a first look on the calendar 2022 and also your options to advertise to this special target group here!

The calendar 2021 has found widespread use and has been sent to 21 countries, from Japan to Canada. Besides personal use it is the perfect gift or give-away to your friends, members, employees or business contacts.
Still there are some free spaces for and advertisement of your company / NGO (special offers!). Contact us and order until July 11th. For advertisement orders in that time we give an additional discount of 15 % for companies.
Also now is the time to snap up a bigger quantity of calendar 2022 for a cheap minimum donation (organisations can receive an invoice instead of a donation receipt if they wish). 10 copies for 125 €, 25 copies for 275 €, 50 copies for 450 €, 100 copies for 800 €. This offer ends in a few days! Just send an e-mail back quick!
Perhaps you are following the example of companies and organisations who receive the calendar on favorable terms and pass it on on other terms. If you wish, we will send you the calendar individually at no additional cost.

 And don’t forget what you support: With the donation proceeds from the calendar, the foundation supports young Ethiopians and Eritreans who are ready to make a decisive contribution to the development of their homeland. We support young academics who stand up for the people in Africa and their future: We sponsor an endowed professorship for current issues in the Horn of Africa, grant study allowances and finance future-proof projects in the region. Find more information on

Hiob Ludolf Center for Ethiopian Studies
University of Hamburg
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