Sora - a female name from South Sudan, meaning revolution.
SORA - a revolution in global awareness. A revolution of knowledge

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STATISTICS

The following sites provide statistics about the Sudanese Diaspora, including statistics relating to the arrival and departure of Sudanese people in various parts of the world.

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Social indicators report from the New Sudan Centre for Statistics (.pdf )

This 74-page report, with a foreword by Dr John Garang, was compiled by the UNICEF-supported New Sudan Centre for Statistics in May 2004. Entitled 'Towards a Baseline: Best estimates of Social Indicators for Southern Sudan', the report draws attention to the social situation of people in South Sudan. It addresses issues surrounding population, health, water, sanitation, education and child rights. The chapters on water, child rights and education, are particularly worthy of note.

According to the report, Southern Sudan ranks worst in the world for many key indicators of the well-being of women and children, including rates of chronic malnutrition, immunisation, antenatal care and primary school completion.




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