Floor Plan

Ground Floor (Exhibition Area)

Ground Floor

Exhibition Area

  • Area 2,100 sq.m
  • Ceiling height 3.12m
  • Maximum capacity 50 booths ranging from 6 sq. m. area and above
  • Partitions are made of movable panels which include hook-and-loop fasteners.

  

First Floor (Main Conference Rooms)

First Floor

Second Floor (Catering Area, Caucus Rooms)

Second Floor

Conference Room 1

CR 1

  • Area 1,200 sq. m
  • Seats over 800
  •  Floor language plus 6-languages simultaneous interpretation system,
  • Electronic voting and discussion management systems, and
  • Film, video, slide and overhead projection.

Conference Room 2

CR 2

  • Area 1,000 sq. m
  • Seats nearly 500
  • Floor language plus 6-languages simultaneous interpretation system,
  • Electronic voting and discussion management systems, and
  • Film, video, slide and overhead projection.

Conference Room 3, 4, 5, & 6

CR 3, 4 ,5 & 6

  • Area 300 sq. m
  • Seats nearly 115
  • Floor language plus 3-languages simultaneous interpretation system,
  • Electronic voting and discussion management systems, and
  • Film, video, slide and overhead projection.

Caucus Rooms

There are 10 Caucus rooms usually used for breakout sessions, small meetings for both participants and countries delegations. Their capacity ranges from 20 to 40 participants.
Caucus rooms 1, 2, 3, 5 & 6, are located on the first floor of the ECA Conference Center (ECACC-AA), whereas Caucus rooms 7 to 11 are on the second floor.

Caucus Room 1Caucus Room 2 - 9Caucus Room 10

 

Large Briefing room

Briefing Room

  • 56 desks plus 4 rostrum seats
  • Discussion management systems, and
  • Video, slide and overhead projection.

Small Briefing room

Briefing Room

  • 40 desks plus 4 rostrum seats
  • Discussion management systems, and
  • Video, slide and overhead projection.

Africa Hall

  • Area over 600 sq.m
  • Seats over 690
  • Floor language plus 3-languages simultaneous interpretation system.

The historic Africa Hall is one of Addis Ababa's landmarks. Inaugurated in 1961 by H.I.M. Emperor Haile Selassie, Africa Hall has been host to numerous meetings, and African Heads of State’s decisions, among which the adoption of the Charter of the Organization of African Unity (OAU). This has been immortalized by the artwork located within the Africa Hall, depicting the founding fathers of the OAU. The 150-square meter stained glass window in the foyer of Africa Hall was designed by the world famous Ethiopian Artist, Maître Afework Tekle. The artwork, divided into three parts, tells the story of "Africa Then", "Africa Then and Now", and "Africa Now and in the Future".