ASE Hosts Afrobarometer Summer School 2015

24th Jul, 201508:50:24 AM GMT


On Monday July 20 took place the launch of the 2015 Afrobarometer Summer School, which is being hosted by the African School of Economics. The kick off session counted with the presence of Andre Gueguehoun (Research Associate at IREEP/IERPE), Romaric Samson (Research Assistant at IREEP/IERPE) and Hyacinthe Boko (Director of Operations at ASE).

Participants to the Summer School come from many countries across Africa; Cameroon, Côte d’Ivoire, Senegal, Gabon, Madagascar, Guinea, Mali, Burkina Faso, Togo are represented in the 2015 edition of the Summer School. In addition, some students form ASE’s Master Programs are also participating in the event. The onset of classes started at 9 am and consisted in a SPSS course taught by Professor Damase Sossou.

This is the fifth time that ASE hosts the Afrobarometer Summer School, which will run for three weeks. Find below some pictures of the event.

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