Southern Sudan Commission for Census, Statistics and Evaluluation
Welcome to the website for the Southern Sudan Commission for Census, Statistics and Evaluation. As Southern Sudan emerges from a period of conflict, the use of statistics and availability of key indicators will be critical to the public and private sector decision making processes, and to the development of our country. The SSCCSE is mandated, by law, to produce official statistics and carry out the Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) functions. It will also co-ordinate the National Statistical System (NSS) and provides standards and the use of the standards by all other producers of statistics so as to facilitate integration and comparison.
I invite you to browse our website, and in doing so learn about the 5th Sudan Population and Housing Census, the most ambitious statistical activity to ever take place in Sudan’s history. The Commission is also working with all Government of Southern Sudan Ministries and other agencies of Government to build a reliable NSS and will continue to do so as a means of ensuring that Government and donor interventions are informed to better serve the needs of the people of Southern Sudan.

Isaiah Chol Aruai, Chairman

Poverty In Southern Sudan Estimates From NBHS

The Southern Sudan Center for Census ,Statistics and evaluation (SSCCSE) Conducted National Baseline Household Survey in April and May 2009. to assess the current living standards of the population

Southern Sudan MDGs Report 2004

The MDG Challenges: Demographic and Poverty Situation:The population of South Sudan is currently estimated to be around 7.5 million with around 4.5 million either internally displaced (4.0 million) or taking refuge in the neighbouring countries (0.5 million), with almost the entire population (98 percent) living in the rural areas. The population density is approximately 16 persons per square kilometre. More than 70 percent of total area (0.75 million square ilometres) of South Sudan is considered to be of high potential.

Consumer Price Indices (CPI) for January 2009

January 2009.

The monthly headline inflation rate for the month of January 2009 rose by 5.77%
compared to 1.06% in December 2008

PRESS RELEASE / 10th October 2008

The Monthly Juba Headline Consumer Price Index (CPI) increased by 2.57% in September 2008.. The monthly headline inflation rate for the month of September 2008 rose by 2.57%compared to 0.08% in August 2008.

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