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Population, poverty, and deprivation in southern Sudan

William J. House

Population, poverty, and deprivation in southern Sudan

a review

by William J. House

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Published by International Labour Office in Geneva .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Sudan,
  • Sudan.
    • Subjects:
    • Poor -- Sudan.,
    • Rural poor -- Sudan.,
    • Sudan -- Population.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby William J. House.
      SeriesPopulation and Labour Policies Programme working paper ;, no. 154
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC835.Z9 P625 1986
      The Physical Object
      Pagination81 p. ;
      Number of Pages81
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1954934M
      ISBN 10922105814X
      LC Control Number90182855
      OCLC/WorldCa15296377

        Juba, a port city on the White Nile, is the capital of South Sudan and one of the fastest growing cities in the world. Juba's population is estimated to be roughly , to , Some of the out- of- school children are living in pastoral communities, moving with their cattle and are not able to attend regular classes. The largest group of out-of-school children in South Sudan are girls. Poverty, child marriage and cultural and religious views all hinder girls' education. The latest on the education situation in South Sudan.

      Key demographic indicators for South Sudan: Under-Five Mortality Rate, Population. South Sudan (/ s uː ˈ d ɑː n,-ˈ d æ n /), officially known as the Republic of South Sudan (Swahili: Jamhuri ya Sudan Kusini), is a landlocked country in East-Central Africa. It is bordered to the east by Ethiopia, to the north by Sudan, to the west by the Central African Republic, to the south-west by Democratic Republic of the Congo, to the south by Uganda and to the south east by Kenya.

      According to UN officials, the President of South Sudan himself ordered that the humanitarian food deliveries be blocked. According to the Human Development Report, , by the UN Development Program, South Sudan suffers from severe poverty, specific it indicates that 70% of the population lives in “severe multidimensional poverty.” Only.   However, international classification to Sudan population below poverty line is 40%. The poverty threshold, or poverty line, is the minimum .


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Population, poverty, and deprivation in southern Sudan by William J. House Download PDF EPUB FB2

See William J. House, ‘Population, Poverty and Deprivation in Southern Sudan: a review’, I.L.O. Population and Labour Policies Programme, Working Paper No.

Geneva,as well as William J. House and Kevin D. Phillips-Howard, ‘Population and Poverty in Rural Southern Sudan: a case study of the Acholi area’, Working Paper No. Cited by: Population, Poverty, and Underdevelopment in the Southern Sudan by WILLIAM J. HOUSE* THE CHRISTIAN and animist population of the Southern Sudan is largely composed of black Africans, estimated to number million in I, as against the I5'3 million, predominantly Arabic and Muslim,Cited by: Working paper on population dynamics, poverty and poverty needs in southern Sudan - based on literature survey, discusses health services, malnutrition, food shortages, inadequate water supply and sanitation, educational needs, and unemployment; examines the economic role of the household in subsistence farming; suggests development by: 4.

Population, Poverty, and the Underdevelopment in the Southern Sudan Novem Poverty, and the Underdevelopment in the Southern Sudan. Continue to search the repository. State Document Type. Theory Focus. Apply filter Clear all. You might also like. South Sudan Author: William House.

ILO pub-WEP pub. Working paper on the rural population and rural area poverty in the Acholi and deprivation in southern Sudan book of Southern Sudan - based on sample surveys of rural households, explores the economic conditions and demographic aspects of the population, 90% of which is involved in subsistence farming; examines household incomes, asset-holding, self- sufficient food production, and relative deprivation; makes Cited by: 3.

independence of the Southern Sudan) and examined the policy interventions that could have significant impact on human poverty reduction.

The study employed data obtained from the fifth population census for the Sudan and the Statistical Year Book of the Sudan. For. Impact of Conflict and Shocks on Poverty: South Sudan Poverty Assessment (English) Abstract.

The last nationally representative household survey measuring poverty in South Sudan was conducted in Thus, little was known about welfare and livelihoods in South Sudan during the early years of its independence in The high frequency. Ranking of the country (South Sudan) at the global level is (from the highest to the lowest data): 24 / See the entire classification South Sudan: 1 records sincethe average of these recordings: % The highest data: is the highest year for the indicator: Population below poverty line (%).

The result is: %. Currently in North Sudan, an estimated percent of the population lives beneath poverty lines, with poverty rates higher in rural areas (55 percent) than in urban areas (28 percent).

High unemployment rates (17 percent) as well as low employment opportunities contribute to the economic disparity found in many regions of Sudan. The books have to relate to Oxfam’s mission to create lasting solutions to hunger, poverty and social injustice around the world.

All of the books below (with descriptions provided by their publishers) come recommended by at least one Oxfam staff member (and in some cases, many staff members!).

Multidimensional Poverty in Sudan and South Sudan Paola Ballon* and Jean-Yves Duclos** April Abstract This paper assesses multidimensional poverty in Sudan and South Sudan.

We use the National Baseline look at the deprivation rates in the adult population and. Located in Northeast Africa, Sudan is the third largest country of the African continent with a current population of more than 41 million people. The biggest problem country is facing is the poverty rate that is currently about percent and continues to increase.

This does not only affect men and women living in Sudan but children as well. In Sudan as a whole, nearly half the population lives in poverty. As might be expected, poverty rates vary tremendously from location to location. As might be expected, poverty rates vary.

Despite the rising income in Sudan, 47 percent of the population lives below the poverty line. In Khartoum state 26 percent of the people live in poverty, while 70 percent of the North Darfur population and 61 percent of the people in South Darfur live in poverty.

This concludes the IMF in its poverty strategy paper published last week. In recent years, Sudan has had one of the highest growth. 6 Southern Sudan Topography 4 7 Land Use in Southern Sudan 5 8 Avg Rainfall in Southern Sudan 5 9 Agro Climatic Zones 6 IV Population and Demography 10 Map: Total Population 8 11 Population by State and Sex.

Number and percent 8 12 Population by Age Group and Sex. Number and percent 9 13 Map: Children under 5 years old 9. South Sudan is expansive, largely rural, yet widely depopulated. Almost 83 percent of the population resides in rural areas.

Poverty is endemic with at least 80 percent of the population defined as income-poor and living on n equivalent of less than US$1 per day. More than one third of the population lacks secure access to food. Looking at the state rural ranking of poverty, we note that the top five states in rural poverty are the Red Sea, the Blue Nile, Kassala, South Kurdufan, and North Darfur.

Their group means of the three poverty indicators (%, %, and %) are higher than the national means (%, %, and %) of the same poverty indicators. 2. COUNTRY SETTING The Christian and Animist population of Southern Sudan is largely composed of black Africans, estimated to number million at the time of our research in ; a population of million, predominantly Arabic and Moslem, inhabited Northern Sudan (Democratic Republic of Sudan, a).

the just released Poverty Incident Report for Southern Sudan, one out of two Southern Sudanese is poor, that is % of the total population. The poverty line was calculated at 73 Sudanese pounds (SDG) per person per month i.e. about SDG/Person/day. Urban and Rural population falling below poverty line were and As a result of revisions in PPP exchange rates, poverty rates for individual countries cannot be compared with poverty rates reported in earlier editions.

South Sudan poverty rate for was %, a % increase from. South Sudan poverty rate for was %, a 0% increase from. South Sudan poverty rate for was %, a 0% increase from. 0. 2. 4. 6. 8 1 Poverty Rate 0 20 40 60 80 Ranking of county by estimated poverty rate 95% confidence interval Poverty rate estimate South Sudan Poverty Estimates at the County Level for 15 Figure 95 Percent Confidence Intervals for County Poverty Rates.The Sudan remains one of Africa's poorest countries.

It is in a state of crisis with an annual population growth rate of about three percent, and is in desperate need of a population policy. This book contributes to the ongoing debate on the need for, and the form and content of, a policy.

With famine spreading, 66% of the population in South Sudan is living on less than about $2 a day, up from % inaccording to the World Bank. About 80% of the population lives in rural areas, with agriculture, forestry and fishing providing the livelihood for a .