South Sudan

South Sudan

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Government Investment In Education: 2%
School Safe Level: 2 out of 15

Education Outcomes
School Completion Rates%FemaleMale2030 Goal
Early Childhood Enrollment RateNANANA20%
Primary School Completion RateNANANA50%
Secondary School Completion RateNANANA40%
High School Graduation RateODNANA10%
College Graduation RateNANANA5%
Academic LevelsTotalReadingMathScience
Primary LevelsNANANANA
Secondary LevelsNANANANA
School Indicators %Pre-PrimaryPrimarySecondary
Free Schools33%NAYesNo
Students to Teacher Ratio41:130:147:147:1
Out of School ChildrenNANAODOD

DATA: Sources
NA: Data Not Available
OD: Data 5 Years Old or More Not Reliable
2030 Goal: Projections based on Economics, Social Science, and Youth Population  


National Debt: OD
Gross Domestic Product: 20.6 Billion
Country Top Trade Partner: Export – China Import – Uganda

Economic Status
Labor StatisticsTotalFemaleMaleYouth (15 to 24 year old)
Work Force ParticipationODODOD61%
Average Income1,495NANANA
Unemployment RateODNANA18%
Job Skill LevelsCollegeHigh SchoolSecondaryPrimary


Access to Electricity: 5%
Access to Clean Water: 50%
Access to Internet:  7%
Government Stability Score: 10 out of 30

Social Index
Social ConditionsTotalFemaleMaleRank
Population (Average Age 17)13 Million50%50%73th
Child Population (1 to 14 year old)44.37%49%51%58th
Child Mortality Rate62.8%58.1%67.3%15th
Poverty LevelODNANANA
Crime Rate13.95%10.9%89.1%18th
Adult Illiteracy Levels73.2%80.8%65.2%2nd