ENSEA of Abidjan is launching the recruitment of the third class of the Master 2 in Agricultural Statistics from 1 to 15 July 2019. The objective is to build the capacity of experienced professionals working in the field of agricultural statistics.
Cooperation: Quebec & Côte d’Ivoire: 45 Senior Statisticians-Economist students (2nd year) trained in Big Data and Deep Learning
Full speech by Dr MOSSO Rosine, representing the Director of ENSEA….
Entry to the ENSEA in Abidjan is by examination only. On June 20, 2019, the Jury chaired by Dr. YEO Nahoua, Chief of Staff representing the Minister of Planning and Development met and deliberated.
ENSEA/UNESCO Chair: International Study Day of UNESCO Chair, shared development challenges: Knowledge, Understanding, Action
As part of its scientific activities and in collaboration with six academic institutions, including the Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Statistique et d’Economie Appliquée – Abidjan, the UNESCO Chair Shared Challenges of Development: Knowledge, Understanding, Action organized on 21 June last, the 2nd edition of the International Study Day preceded by a workshop “Young researchers” on…
Opened on Monday, June 17, 2019, the second edition of the International Conference on Statistics and Applied Economics (CISEA) organized by ENSEA of Abidjan closed its doors on June 19, 2019.
The Opening of the CISEA 2019 was made by Dr. YEO Nahoua, representing Mrs. KABA Nialé, Minister of Planning and Development, after the welcome address by the Director of ENSEA Dr. Hugues KOUADIO and the address by the President of the Scientific Council of the CEA-ENSEA, Prof. Issouf SOUMARE. Then Dr. Albert Zeufack, Chief Economist…
The digital economy, which refers generally to all the economic and social activities made possible by the Internet and information and communication technologies (ICTs), has experienced unprecedented growth on the African continent over the past two decades, driven in particular by the dynamics of electronic commerce (UNCTAD, 2015)
The objective of this third session of the Scientific Council was to review the second year of ACE’s research activities. The specific objectives assigned included the following:
In August 2015, following an evaluation and selection process, ENSEA obtained from the World Bank the label of “African Centre of Excellence (ACE)” in the field of statistical training. Three main bodies are foreseen to ensure the coordination of the Centre: – a Steering Committee, – a Scientific Council, – a Technical Committee.
Dr Hugues KOUADIO, Director of ENSEA, congratulates the auditors of the training workshop held in Côte d’Ivoire from 11 to 13 June 2019 at the school on the theme: “Monitoring target 12.3. of the SDGs: building and monitoring the global food loss index”.