South sudan gained independence from sudan in july 2011 as the outcome of a 2005 peace deal that ended africa's longest-running civil war an overwhelming majority of south sudanese voted in a. Juba, a port city on the white nile, is the capital of south sudan and one of the fastest growing cities in the world juba's population is estimated to be roughly 350,000 to 400,000. In november 2016, sudan and south sudan extended for two years their 2012 agreement on debt apportionment, whereby sudan retains all the external liabilities after the secession of south sudan, provided the international community gives firm commitments on the delivery of debt relief within two years. The human security baseline assessment (hsba) for sudan and south sudan is a multi-year research project administered by the small arms survey, an independent research project of the graduate institute of international and development studies.
As the conflict in south sudan enters its fifth year in 2018, the humanitarian crisis has continued to intensify and expand, on a costly trajectory for the country’s people and their outlook on. Note to the reader: this blog post is intended for readers who desire a short introduction to current affairs in south sudan the text is an adaptation of a brief originally written in norwegian and titled “sør-sudan: fra fest til katastrofe” that brief is intended for a secondary school audience and was published in may. South sudan power market report provides a division of the power generation sector based on the type of fuel used into - thermal, gas, nuclear and renewables, among others south sudan power transmission and distribution networks have also been analysed in the report. The south sudan power generation epc market report provides an insight into the market size, growth, share, trends, analysis, government policies and regulations, competitive landscape, market dynamics, and opportunities etc.
Page last updated on february 28, 2018 economy - overview: following several decades of civil war with sudan, industry and infrastructure in landlocked south sudan are severely underdeveloped and poverty is widespread. South sudan - humanitarian needs overview this data has been produced by the united nations office for the coordination of humanitarian affairs (unocha) on behalf of the humanitarian country team and partners. Famine was declared in unity state in february 2017 after months of a deteriorating food security situation across south sudan an estimated 100,000 people are facing famine (ipc phase 5) food security outcomes in unity state, and 49 million people are currently food insecure (ipc phases 3 to 5) across south sudan – an increase of 15 million since the beginning of 2016. Overview clashes between government and opposition forces are reported in upper nile, jonglei, central and eastern equatoria, and western bahr el ghazal, causing widespread human rights violations, large scale internal displacement and refugee outflow towards sudan and uganda. The republic of south sudan became the world’s newest nation on july 9, 2011, and joined the world bank group as its newest member in spring 2012.
South sudan, which separated from sudan in 2011 after almost 40 years of civil war, was drawn into a devastating new conflict in late 2013, when a political dispute that overlapped with preexisting ethnic and political fault lines turned violent. South sudan: initial commercial overview page 1 of 8 let us help you export exportgov the us commercial service — your global business partner. An overview of the revised regional refugee response for the south sudan situation covering january-december 2017 and highlighting the projected refugee population and financial requirements published: 22 march 2018 (6 months ago. Soon after south sudan declared independence, the central bank of south sudan became the national bank and a new currency, the south sudan pound, was introduced in addition to the central bank , there are also commercial and foreign banks in the country.
Overview south sudan attained independence from sudan on july 09, 2011 after a referendum, becoming the newest country in the world the country has faced ongoing challenges since a political face-off between two rival factions erupted into full blown conflict in december 2013. South sudan continues to face a prolonged conflict, famine, some of the worst health outcomes in the world, and an hiv response that lags more than a decade behind other neighboring countries. In order to export oil, south sudan relies on a pipeline to port sudan on sudan's red sea coast, as south sudan is a landlocked country, as well as the oil refining facilities in sudan in august 2012, sudan and south sudan agreed a deal to transport south sudanese oil through sudanese pipelines to port sudan.
In december 2011 at the international engagement conference for south sudan in washington, president salva kiir announced that the financial management and accountability act had been passed, with the aim of strengthening the process of accountability and ensuring transparency in the management of their resources. The history of south sudan the republic of south sudan became the world's 195th country in july 2011, when, through an impassioned referendum, the region's long-persecuted population voted in favor of independence from greater sudan. South sudan depends largely on imports of goods, services, and capital - mainly from uganda, kenya and sudan nevertheless, south sudan does have abundant natural resources at independence in 2011, south sudan produced nearly three-fourths of former sudan's total oil output of nearly a half million barrels per day.