Our History

Embarking on a Journey of Insight and Influence

Founded on November 26, 1992, Stat View International embarked on its mission with a clear vision: to become a pillar of socio-economic development and a beacon of democratization in Africa. From our early days, we have been licensed under the registered number 92/5188/MIS/DAP, a testament to our commitment to providing reliable and respected opinion polls, surveys, and market studies.

Cultivating Partnerships for a Greater Impact

Over the years, we have cultivated partnerships that span continents and sectors, working closely with government ministries and services, United Nations agencies, global financial institutions like the World Bank Group and African Development Bank, the European Union, African Union, USAID, GIZ, and numerous influential international NGOs and universities. These collaborations have not only diversified our expertise but also amplified our impact across Africa.

A Legacy of Performance and Recognition

Our pursuit of excellence has earned us global recognition. As a proud member of the AfroBarometer Network, we lead vital conversations and research that shape policy and public opinion. Our role at the helm of the Francophone Civil Society Coalition against Corruption showcases our unwavering dedication to integrity and transparency.

Decades of Data-Driven Success

Since our inception, we have successfully executed over 100 survey projects, each contributing to our repertoire of knowledge and expertise. Our extensive experience enables us to provide unparalleled insights that serve the diverse needs of our partners.

Moving Forward with Purpose

The journey of Stat View International is one marked by resilience, innovation, and relentless pursuit of knowledge. We stand today as a testament to the power of data in transforming societies, and we continue to stride forward, committed to our role as a key player in the socio-economic advancement of African nations.

Our history is not just a record of our past but a stepping stone to a future where data and insights create a world of informed decisions and empowered communities. Welcome to Stat View International, where history is just the beginning.


The most relevant projects realized for the World Bank include:
National HIV/AIDS prevalence surveys (2001 and 2007); 
Corruption and governance survey (2003); 
Evaluation of multi-functions projects (2006 and 2011) and situational analysis of Guinea (2013).
If necessary, please contact: 
At the World Bank
Susana Carrillo E-mail | scarrillo@worldbank.org; 
Puteri Watson | pwatson2@worldbank.org; 
Francesca Recanatini | frecanatini@worldbank.org; 
Boris Weber | bweber1@worldbank.org 
or visit the World Bank Data on Governance (with Daniel Kauffmann) 
At the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, Addis Ababa 
Guillermo MANGUE | gmangue@uneca.org 
Pr Said Adejumobi sadejumobi@uneca.org 
or visit Uneca.org 
Dr Yaya Drabo | ydafina@yahoo.fr 
Kimberly Ross | kross@fhi.org 
or visit USAID.gov FHI360.org 
At AfroBarometer 
Ms Carolynn Logan, University of Michigan, clogan@msi.org 
or visit Afrobarometer.org