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Scary Statistics - Southern Sudan
HIV/AIDS ? More than 90% of the population in
Southern Sudan currently live on less than ? In 2007 the HIV/AIDS prevalence in
1 dollar a day. Southern Sudan was estimated at 3.1%,
but increasing. ? Although chronic hunger in Southern Sudan
has reduced, it still stands at 33%. ? More than 70% of the population aged 15-
49 has no knowledge about HIV ? 1.2 million vulnerable people in Southern prevention. Sudan are facing food insecurity and are in need of food aid during 2008.
Water and Sanitation
? More than 50% of the population in Maternal Mortality Southern Sudan does not use improved ? One out of six women who become drinking water. pregnant in Southern Sudan will die. ? Only 6.4% of the population use improved ? Only 10% of all deliveries in Southern sanitation. Sudan are assisted by skilled health personnel, compared to 57% countrywide. ? There are only 10 registered midwives in Primary Education Southern Sudan.
? Less than 50% of all children in Southern Sudan receive 5 years of primary school education, compared to 93% in Darfur. Infant Mortality ? While 1.3 million children are enrolled, only ? Although the under-five mortality rate has 1.9% completes primary school education. decreased from 250 (per 1000 live births) ? For every 1,000 primary school students in 2001 to 135 in 2006, one out of every 6 there is only one teacher. children will die before their first birthday.
? 92% of women in Southern Sudan cannot ? Southern Sudan has the lowest routine read or write, compared to 62% in Darfur immunisation coverage rate in the world. and 54% nationwide. ? Only 13% of children are fully vaccinated, ? Only 27% of girls in Southern Sudan are compared to 29% in Darfur and 41% attending primary school. nationwide.
? A 15 year old girl has a higher chance of ? Only 39% of children in Southern Sudan dying in childbirth than completing school. receive measles vaccination before their
Displacement Malaria ? Since January 2008, 187,000 people have
? Malaria is considered hyper-endemic in been displaced by tribal and armed conflict
Southern Sudan; endemic at a high level, in Southern Sudan, compared to 310,000
in all age groups, accounting for more than people in Darfur.
40% of all health facility visits.
? 88% of households in Southern Sudan do
not have an Insecticide-Treated Net.
Sources: UNICEF, UNFPA, WHO, UNOCHA