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Reference Mini-review
Jane Kani Edward, 2014/01/28. A Strategy for Achieving Gender Equality in South Sudan [Report] The Sudd Institute. Accessed online.

Useful overview of the special difficulties facing women and girls, and of current thinking about moving more toward gender equality in South Sudan.

AWEPA, 2013/12/02. Trainer’s manual on gender in local councils in the Republic of South Sudan [Book] Association of European Parliamentarians with Africa (AWEPA). Accessed online.

This 100-page manual is a collection of annotated checklists which could be useful beyond the exact purpose specified in the title. For instance, it could help people checking the gender-sensitivity of development programmes in many different countries. It is not very inspirational as regards the problem of making a mass of information and doctrine come to life educationally. There is also a Participants' Guide which presents much of the content in the same way, but leaves parts out, and adds space for taking notes.

Indicator values are shown in the table below alongside the year for which they were assessed. For further information, click on the source and 'details' text. Put the cursor over the indicator values to see selected comparisons.

Year Indicator Value Details
Female representation in national parliament (% of seats held by women in National Legislative Assembly)
Stat 885
Gender parity ratio in secondary education attendance (proportion of females compared with males)
Stat 884
Gender parity ratio in primary education attendance (proportion of females compared with males)
Stat 883
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