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E.N.S.E.A. of Abidjan
National Advanced School of Applied Statistics and
Economics
http://www.ensea-ci.org
National Advanced School of Applied
Statistics and Economics
In 1961, ENSEA
was founded in
order to train
statisticians for
french speaking
west african
countries
National Advanced School of Applied
Statistics and Economics
ENSEA is
under the
authority of the Ministry of
Higher Education and
Scientific Research
However,
ENSEA has a
financial autonomy as a
national public education
A national
annual subsidy
is allocated for the usual
investments
Training Programs
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Ingénieurs Statisticiens
Economistes (ISE)
3 years training program
Ingénieurs des Travaux
Statistiques (ITS)
2 years training program
Adjoints Techniques de la
Statistique (AD)
2 years training program
Agents Techniques de la
Statistique (AT)
1 year training program
DESS ASAD:
- 1 year training program for professionals
Currently, ENSEA is the only statistical and economics
training center that offer such program in Sub-Sahara
What Does an ENSEA Gradute Do?
ISE
Statistics Manager
Statistics and Economics Advisor
Statistics and Economics Consultant
ITS
Statistics Analyst
Statistics Designer
AD
Number Cruncher
Survey Supervisor
AT
Data Collector
Statistics Assistant
DESS – ASAD
Statistical Analyses
Pertaining to
Development Issues
Number of Students Per Country of Origin
2006/2007 School Year
PAYS
2006/2007
BENIN
11
BURKINA FASO
39
CAMEROUN
29
CÔTE D'IVOIRE
178
CENTRAFRIQUE
2
GABON
2
GUINEE
1
MALI
1
NIGER
4
SENEGAL
8
TOGO
13
TOTAL
288
Where Are They ?
ENSEA graduates work in public admnistrations,
private firms, and international organizations.
Public Administration Private Sector
60%
30%
Internationales
Organizations
Own Business
9%
1%
Faculty and Staff
• Faculty
– Permanent
• 15 including 1 African immigrant
• Former Students
– Adjunct
• Between 70 et 80
– Consultants (training missions)
• 7 to 9 missions per year
• Staff
– 30 men and women
Continue Education At
ENSEA
ENSEA offers continue
education for professionals in
public and private sectors
This specialized training are
intended to update the knowledge
of those professionals and
keeping them abreast of the
current development in
economics and statistics as
pertaining to their job.
Areas of Specialization
Statistics related to
Agriculture ;
 Survey Sampling and
Data Analysis
 Economics Programs
Management
 Applied Statistics to
Industry and Trade
 Operation Research

Computer Applications
 Survey Data Filing in
collaboration with the
World Bank
 Analysis of Survey Data
 Reproductive health
(HIV/AIDS)
 Etc.

Research At ENSEA
The Research Department at ENSEA has two
main objectives :
 Train students in the area of data
collections on the field, data exploration
and data analysis using various softwares
such as Stata, SPSS, SAS, E-Views, EPIINFO, SPAD, and so on and so forth.
 Conduct high level research studies in
collaboration with national and foreign
research centers around the world.
 Areas of Interest are: economics, statistics,
demography, reproductive health,
HIV/AIDS, Local Government, etc…
Research Areas
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Quantitative Economics
Population and Development
Statistical Methods
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Survey Methodology
ECOLOC avec le PDM et
Afristat;
Methodology of MICS
(UNICEF)
Methodology of BudgetsTime Survey
Methodology of QUIBB
surveys in collaboration with
World Bank
Research Areas
Researches in Côte d’Ivoire since 1980 based on the
following themes: Population Dynamics
FOREST ZONE
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Memni-Montézo (Sud)
Sassandra (Sud Est)
Aboisso (Sud Est)
Jacqueville (Sud)
Biankouma (Ouest)
SAVANNA ZONE
•Daoukro (Centre-Est)
•Niakaramadougou (Nord)
Research Areas:
Researches Conducted in the Sub-Region
BENIN
•
HIV/AIDS surveillance in partnership with
JHPIEGO
SENEGAL, BURKINA FASO
•
In collaboration with the parternship for local
development(PDM)
Research Areas:
ENSEA is willing to conduct research
in collaboration with other subregional institutions
Research During Crisis Period
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Socio-economics Impact of the
2002 crisis on households and
businesses Bassam (2003)
– Yopougon (2004)
Internal Displaced People
(2005)
PASU (Urban Security) (2006)
Sexual Behaviours and
HIV/AIDS (2007)
Scientifics Meetings
Research results were presented in seminars and other scientific gatherings
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International Conference « Society,
Development and Aging in Africa :
Understanding Aging for generation gap
prevention » : February 22-25, 2005
International Conference « gender, population
and development in Africa : July 2001
International Conference « Reproductive
Health in Africa » : November 1999
International Seminar « Fecondity Transition
and Family Planning in Africa : may 1995 ;
Seminar on « Demographic growth and
development in Africa »; 1991
AWARD
Center of Excellence of UEMOA
Consolidate assets and develop research
DIFFICULTIES
• Current Socio-Politique Environment
Reduction of foreign fundings and Aids
Weak position in the African training centers
network
• Low Monthly Wage for Faculty
High Faculty turnover
 Renewing the library
Perspectives…
Regional Integration Through
Statistical Training
The Way Forward:
In the next ten years, ENSEA will recruit students from:
Spanish Speaking countries : Cap vert, Guinée
Bissau, Sao Tome et Principe, Angola …
 English Speaking countries : Gambia, Ghana,
Liberia, Nigeria, Sierra Leone…

Feasibility Study starts in 2007
Perspectives
• Buy Equipments for the language lab
• Change of programs towards the LMD system
• Creation of a 2nd DESS (Master) in partnership
with the University of Bourgogne (Dijon)
• Build the physical plant of the Research and
International Cooperation Department
Contact
ENSEA
08 BP 3 Abidjan 08
Côte d’Ivoire
tél: (225)-22-44-41-15
fax: (225)-22-44-39-88
e-mail:[email protected]
http://www.ensea-ci.org
Thank You for your
Attention

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