South Sudan Sample Clauses

South Sudan. Population size Grey Crowned Cranes have only recently been recorded in South Sudan and are most likely birds from Uganda moving north along the Nile River as far north as Juba (Dodman pers.comm.)
South Sudan. Special Representative of the Secretary-General and Head of UNMISS.—Nicholas Haysom (South Africa).
South Sudan. Special Representative of the Secretary-General and Head of UNMISS.—Ellen Margrethe Loj (Denmark).
South Sudan. SRHR Indicators ❖ Maternal Mortality Ratio1: 789 deaths per 100,000 live births ❖ Modern Contraceptive Prevalence Rate (All Women):2 2.4% ❖ Unmet Need for Modern Contraception (Married Women):2 30.6% ❖ Demand Satisfied for Modern Contraception (Married Women):2 10.6% ❖ Modern Contraceptive Method Users:2 75,000 ❖ Total Fertility Rate:3 4.7 births per woman ❖ Adolescent Fertility Rate:3 62.0 births/1000 women aged 15-19 ❖ Refugees and Asylum Seekers:4 276,900 ❖ Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs):4 1,870,000 Country Context: South Sudan is Africa’s youngest and newest country; it gained independence from Sudan in 2011, which ended the continent’s longest-running Civil War. However, challenges and conflict remained after independence. A civil war between 2013 and 2015 displaced 2.2 million people, and the fact that most of the country lacks infrastructure exacerbates challenges (BBC, 2018). South Sudan’s economy is dominated by the oil sector, and the country has a very young population, with just two thirds of the population being under the age of thirty. South Sudan also has very low literacy rates, as just 27 percent of the population above fifteen years of age is literate (World Bank Group, 2016). Finally, South Sudan also faces severe climate change threats, and the Climate Change Vulnerability Index ranks it as one of the five countries in the world that is most vulnerable to climate change. Northern parts of the country have been experiencing famine since early 2017, which has been caused by severe drought and years of war and instability (UNDP, 2017).
South Sudan. Broadcasting Corporation 14.1.15. National Petroleum and Gas Commission 14.1.16. National Bureau of Standards Added: 14.1.17. Urban Water Corporation (UWC); 14.1.18.

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