Publications

The Centre partners with a variety of donors and organisations to produce statistical and livelihood reports. 

Thursday
Apr112013

HIGH FREQUENCY SOUTH SUDAN SURVEY (HFSSS) FEBRUARY 2013

The National Bureau of Statistics in collaboration with the World Bank is pleased to release further results for the Exchange Rate Survey, which is part of the High Frequency South Sudan Survey (see technical notes for more information). The survey uses handheld tablet computers to collect real-time data and is currently being piloted in Juba, Wau, Malakal and Rumbek. Read more...

 

Daily average exchange rates for the South Sudanese Pound against the US Dollar

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Monday
Dec172012

State-level estimates and projections, 2008-2030

The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) distinguishes the importance of results‐based plans by
providing needed statistics for monitoring development performance and progress, especially
in the implementation of major development initiatives and policies. Apart from government
ministries and institutions, the Bureau’s statistical products and services are sought after by the
public and private sectors, research and training organizations, NGOs, donors and international
organizations, the media and the public at large for a wide variety of reasons.Read more...

Thursday
Nov012012

SOUTH SUDAN HIGH FREQUENCY SURVEY (SSHFS) 2012

SOUTH SUDAN HIGH FREQUENCY SURVEY (SSHFS) 2012

 

The National Bureau of Statistics in collaboration with the World Bank is pleased to release further results for the Exchange Rate Survey, which is part of the South Sudan High Frequency Survey (see technical notes for more information). The survey uses handheld tablet computers to collect real-time data and is currently being piloted in Juba, Wau, Malakal and Rumbek.

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Average Exchange Rates South Sudan, March to December 2012

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Thursday
Oct042012

South Sudan Statistical Yearbook 2011

The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) is the official statistical agency of the Republic of South Sudan. It is mandated to collect, analyse and disseminate all official economic, environmental, social and demographic statistics. It is charged with conducting all censuses and major surveys within the Republic of South Sudan, as well as establishing statistical standards for all data collection. It is also tasked with monitoring the impact of public policy and tracking South Sudan’s progress on key development indicators.

Download South Sudan Statistical Yearbook 2011

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Monday
Jun252012

National Baseline Household Survey 2009. Report for South Sudan

The information provided in this report is from National Baseline Household Survey (NBHS) conducted by Southern Sudan Centre for Census, Statistics and Evaluation (SSCCSE). After independence, SSCCSE has changed its name to the South Sudan National Bureau of Statistics. The NBS retain full ownership and responsibility for the information provided in this report and should be contacted directly for further information on the provided datasets. Read more...

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Monday
Jun252012

SOUTH SUDAN POVERTY ESTIMATES: at the County Level for 2008

South Sudan became the world’s newest country in July 2011 following a historic referendum on self-determination that took place in January 2011. The South Sudan National Bureau of Statistics (SSNBS), formerly known as Southern Sudan Centre for Census, Statistics and Evaluation (SSCCSE) is the official statistical agency of the Government of the Republic of South Sudan. It is mandated by the Transitional Constitution to collect, analyse and disseminate all official economic, social and demographic statistics.Read More...

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Tuesday
Jun192012

Key Indicators for South Sudan

On 9th July 2011 the Republic of South Sudan became the world’s newest country when it seceded from Sudan following an historic referendum on self-determination that took place in January 2011 read more...

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Monday
Jun182012

FOOD AND NUTRITION SECURITY ASSESSMENT IN SUDAN

 

One out of every three persons in Sudan suffered from food deprivation in 2009 based on the National

Baseline Household Survey (NBHS), 2009. The prevalence of under-nourishment, defined as calorie intake falling below a Minimum Dietary Energy Requirement (MDER), was 31 and 34 percent for urban and rural populations, respectively. Read More...

Monday
Jun182012

Southern Sudan Counts:Tables from the 5th Sudan Population

The objective of this report is to present the data collected during the 5th Sudan Population and Housing Census in a thorough and systematic way. The 2008 Census consisted of two parts: a short form questionnaire (SFQ), administered to everyone in the population, and a long form questionnaire (LFQ), administered to a sample of the population. The short form questionnaire contains ten questions on sex, age, place of residence, nationality, duration of residence and place of birth. The long form questionnaire contains information on births and deaths, as well as modules on education, economic activity and housing characteristics. This report contains detailed tables produced using data collected from both sources. While priority tables using data from the census were released in 2009, this is the first time that tables from all the modules of the census will be published together.Read more...

Sunday
Apr152012

South Sudan Cost-to-Market Report

The data from the cost-to-market survey and all resulting statistics are the property of NBS. This report may be freely quoted and should be cited as follows: “South Sudan Cost-to-Market Report: An Analysis of Check-points on the Major Trade Routes in South Sudan” South Sudan National Bureau of Statistics 2010.

 download the Report here..