Subregional Institute Of Statistics And Applied Economics (L'Institut Sous-regional de Statistique et d'Economie Appliquee) (ISSEA) (Cameroon)
The Sub-regional Institute for Statistics and Applied Economics (ISSEA) is a specialized institution of the Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa (CEMAC).
Created in 1984 in Brazzaville, by the Conference of Heads of State of UDEAC, now CEMAC, the Institute is headquartered in Yaoundé, Cameroon.
It is therefore an Inter-State public establishment with legal personality and financial autonomy.
As a result, it is subject to public international law as well as to any regulation drawn up in application of this law and the provisions of its organic texts.
The purpose of the institute is:
A. the training of middle and upper level statistician managers capable of:
collect, process, disseminate and use statistical information;
study and analyze any economic file;
design and implement survey programs;
analyze and analyze the results of said surveys;
prepare and use economic accounts and development programs;
organize, administer and direct a statistical service;
B. upgrading and retraining of national and regional public and private service executives
C. applied research in the fields of methodology, collection, processing and analysis of statistical and economic information, including studies and consultations with other public or private, national or regional organizations.
As part of the initial training, the ISSEA welcomes each year around 300 students from not only the 6 CEMAC countries but also from other African countries. Students from 17 different African countries rub shoulders every day and for the duration of their training. This, within the framework of regional integration, also allows the Institute to play the role of a center for strengthening community spirit.
The Institute offers quality theoretical lessons, dynamic teaching sequences and academic placements. This combination makes it possible to train directly operational executives.See more