Survey Results Summaries
PMA uses innovative mobile technology to support low-cost, rapid-turnaround surveys monitoring key health and development indicators. Surveys are completed by resident enumerators, uploaded to a central server via a mobile data network, cleaned and analyzed. Results are disseminated shortly after.
|Technical Area||Survey||Results Brief||Indicators Report|
|Abortion||PMA2020 Abortion||English French|
|PMA Agile||PMA Agile, Abidjan, YRDSS, 2018||English French|
|Family Planning||PMA2020, Round 1, 2017||English French||English|
|Family Planning||PMA2020, Round 2, 2018||English French||English|
|Adolescent & Young Adults||PMA2020, Round 1, 2017||English French|
Snapshot of Indicators
Snapshot of Indicators (SOIs) are online tables that provide a summary of key family planning indicators and information on sample design, questionnaires, data processing, response rates and sample error estimates.
Research in Côte d’Ivoire
of women reported an unmet need for family planning in 2018, down from 25.1% in 2017.
PMA has a variety of publications including briefs, reports and overview documents that may be used to inform health policy and programming decisions.
Ecole Nationale de Statistiques et d’Economie Appliquee (ENSEA) (The National School of Statistics and Applied Economics)
Created in 1961, the National School of Statistics and Applied Economics of Abidjan (ENSEA) is a national public institution whose vocation is the training of statisticians for French-speaking African countries. To date, it has trained about 4000 statisticians from more than twenty countries in Africa and Haïti. The quality of the training delivered at ENSEA earned two awards: Regional Centre of Excellence awarded by UEMOA in 2005 and African Centre of Excellence awarded by the World Bank in 2015.ENSEA
Direction de Coordination du Programme National de Santé de la Mère et de L’Enfant/ National Program for the Health of the Mother and Child (DC-PNSME)
Rosine Mosso, PhD, DEA
Dr. Rosine Mosso is a statistician-demographer and lecturer at the National School of Statistics and Applied Economics (ENSEA) where she teaches statistical methods, demography and gender statistics. Her research focuses on reproductive health, gender inequalities and child mortality. Dr. Mosso is in charge of the monitoring and evaluation of the activities of the World Bank's African Centre of Excellence (ACE) program in statistics aimed at strengthening the availability of higher education in Africa. Dr. Mosso obtained her DEA in Demography from the Catholic University of Louvain-la-Neuve (Belgium) and her PhD in Demography from Paris Descartes University (France).
Fassassi Raïmi, PhD
Dr. Fassassi Raïmi is a lecturer and researcher at the National School of Statistics and Applied Economics (ENSEA), Abidjan. He teaches courses in statistics and survey techniques. He has over 25 years of experience in designing and organizing surveys. He has organized and supervised data collection, management, and coordination efforts of numerous statistical, health, economic and social projects in Côte d'Ivoire and West Africa. Dr. Fassassi holds a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Versailles Saint-Quentin in Yvelines, France. He is the Secretary General of the SNIGG (National Society of Ivory Coast Geriatrics and Gerontology) and head of the "Transition of Fertility and Development in Africa" research Network at GRIPPS (International Group of Partners in Population-Health). He is married and a father of two children.