Studies and research at ENSEA are conducted by a team of seasoned researchers who are well versed in the requirements of writing and producing scientific papers and articles. These research activities are funded by national and international research partners, and the findings of the research conducted also contribute to the establishment of development policies by decision makers.

  • The Statistical Capacity Building Program is a response to the need to address the challenges of providing accurate and reliable statistics in Africa and mobilizing financial partners. Through capacity building of statistical institutions, this program covers all 54 regional member countries. It provides technical assistance and training while investing in the capacity of the national statistical systems of participating regional member countries (RMCs).

    Beneficiaries include producers and users of official statistics, including national statistical agencies, national policy makers, businesses and investors, researchers and analysts, citizens of RMCs, Sub-Regional Organizations (SROs) and Statistical Training Centers (STCs).

  • The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) in Côte d'Ivoire, in partnership with the Ivorian government, wishes to implement a digital job creation project for youth. This project aims to support the government's commitment and efforts to combat youth unemployment and underemployment by promoting their access to work opportunities resulting from the gradual and widespread integration of digital technologies into its economy.

    This project will help accelerate rural transformation and increase the capacity of vulnerable and marginalized youth across the country to benefit more equitably and quickly from opportunities related to the adoption of digital technologies. It will promote access to additional income for unemployed youth living in rural and urban areas, enabling them to improve their level of food security, while contributing to the development of national human capital and the adaptation of the national labor market to the changing global economy.

  • The PMA 2020 platform was launched in 2013 to address the need for performance monitoring to track progress toward the goals and principles of the Family Planning 2020 (FP 2020) initiative.

    PMA 2020 is being implemented in 11 countries-Burkina Faso, Côte d'Ivoire, Ethiopia, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Niger, Nigeria, Uganda, and the Democratic Republic of Congo-under the overall coordination of the Bill & Melinda Gates Institute for Population and Reproductive Health (Gates Institute) at the Johns Hopkins University (JHU) Bloomberg School of Public Health and in partnership with a network of universities, research institutions, and national statistical agencies, and with the financial support of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

  • The Council of Ministers in charge of Higher Education of WAEMU member countries, during its meeting held on May 10, 2012, adopted Decision N°14/2012/CM/UEMOA awarding the label "WAEMU Center of Excellence" to ENSEA for a period of two years.

    This Decision thus authorizes the renewal of the label already obtained during Phase I of the WAEMU Regional Centers of Excellence Support Program, and constitutes an encouragement for ENSEA to persevere in the actions implemented to consolidate the quality of training and develop research in the field of statistics, economics and demography.