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2013/09 The ministry of education, UNESCO and Save the Children do not seem to be monitoring progress in illiteracy eradication. Their joint press release for World Literacy Day (8th September) quotes a literacy rate of 27% as 'current'. This is a figure given in the South Sudan Yearbook 2010 (p.48) on the basis of a survey in 2009. Snippet
Reference Mini-review
NBS, 2012. South Sudan Statistical Yearbook 2011 [Report] National Bureau of Statistics. Accessed online.

Very valuable collection of statistics. Unfortunately it seems (as at 2013/08/18) no longer to be available online, due to the disappearance of the independent website of the National Bureau of Statistics.

NBS, 2012. National Baseline Household Survey 2009: Report for South Sudan [Report] National Bureau of Statistics. Accessed online.
WHO/EMRO, 2010/12. Country statistical profiles [Chapter/section] 'Annual report of the regional director'. World Health Organization - Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean. Accessed online.

Contains many interesting indicator values for South Sudan (among other countries), without details of the method by which they were assessed.

SSCCSE, 2010. Statistical Yearbook for Southern Sudan 2010 [Report] Southern Sudan Centre for Census Statistics and Evaluation. Accessed online.

Very valuable collection of statistics.

CBS and SSCCSE, 2009. 5th Sudan Household and Population Census - 2008: Priority results [Report] Central Bureau of Statistics and South Sudan Centre for Census, Statistics and Evaluation. Accessed online.
MoH and SSCCSE, 2007. Southern Sudan Household Health Survey [Report] Ministry of Health and Southern Sudan Commission for Census, Statistics and Evaluation. Accessed online.

As of early 2013, the 2006 SSHHS was still the only available comprehensive and authoritative survey of health in South Sudan.

NSCSE and UNICEF, 2004. Towards a baseline: Best estimates of social indicators for southern Sudan [Report] New Sudan Centre for Statistics and Evaluation, and UNICEF. Accessed online.

Interesting attempt to begin establishing internationally-comparable indicators for Southern Sudan while the war was still continuing.

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