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An Overview of the Urban Landscape in South Sudan

ACCESS TO ELECTRICITY ACCOUNTABILITY AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION ARMED CONFLICT ASSETS AUTONOMY BANKS BASIC EDUCATION BLOCK GRANTS CAPITALS CENSUSES CENTRAL TRANSFERS CITIES CITY POPULATION CIVIL SERVICE CIVIL WAR CULTURAL PRACTICES DEBT DECENTRALIZATION DECONCENTRATION DEFICITS DEMOGRAPHIC TRENDS DEVOLUTION DISASTER PREPAREDNESS DIVORCE DRINKING WATER ECONOMIC GROWTH ECONOMIC INTEGRATION ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY ECONOMIC POLICIES EDUCATIONAL SERVICES ELECTRICITY CONNECTION EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION EQUALIZATION FAMILY PLANNING FERTILITY FERTILITY RATES FISCAL DECENTRALIZATION FOOD SUPPLIES FORMERLY RURAL AREAS GENDER MAINSTREAMING GENDER POLICY GOVERNMENT AGENCIES GOVERNMENT CAPACITY GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT HEALTH CARE HEALTH EDUCATION HEALTH FACILITIES HEALTH POLICY HEALTHY ENVIRONMENT HOUSING HUMAN CAPITAL IMMIGRATION INCOME-GENERATING ACTIVITIES INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT INFORMAL ENTERPRISES INHERITANCE INSECURE TENURE INTERNATIONAL TRENDS LACK OF INFORMATION LAND ADMINISTRATION LAND DEVELOPMENT LAND DISPUTES LAND OWNERSHIP LAND POLICIES LAND REGISTRATION LAND RIGHTS LAND TENURE LAND USE LAND USE REGULATIONS LARGER CITIES LEGAL RIGHTS LEGISLATIVE BODIES LEVEL OF DEVELOPMENT LITERACY RATES LIVING CONDITIONS LIVING STANDARDS LOCAL AUTHORITIES LOCAL COMMUNITIES LOCAL COUNCILS LOCAL GOVERNMENT LOCAL GOVERNMENT STRUCTURE LOCAL GOVERNMENTS MANDATES MASS MEDIA MIGRANTS MOTHER MUNICIPAL MUNICIPAL FINANCE NATIONAL BORDERS NATIONAL CIVIL SERVICE NATIONAL CONSTITUTION NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT NATIONAL EXPENDITURES NATIONAL GOVERNMENT NATIONAL GOVERNMENTS NATIONAL LAWS NATIONAL LEGISLATION NATIONAL LEVEL NATIONAL LEVELS NATURAL POPULATION NATURAL RESOURCES ORPHANS OWN SOURCE REVENUE PEACE PENSIONS PESTICIDES POLICY DIALOGUE POLICY FRAMEWORK POLICY IMPLICATIONS POLICY MAKERS POLITICAL INSTABILITY POLITICAL PARTIES POLLUTION POPULATION DENSITY POPULATION DIVISION POPULATION EXPERTS POPULATION GROWTH POPULATION GROWTH RATE POPULATION GROWTH RATES POPULATION INCREASE POPULATION INCREASES POPULATION POLICY POPULATION PROJECTIONS POPULATION SIZE POVERTY RATES PRIMARY EDUCATION PRIMARY HEALTH CARE PRIMATE CITY PUBLIC AMENITIES PUBLIC SERVICE PUBLIC SERVICES PUBLIC TRANSPORT PUBLIC UTILITIES PULL FACTORS PUSH FACTORS QUALITY CONTROL RAPID POPULATION GROWTH RATES OF GROWTH RATES OF URBANIZATION RECREATION REFUGEE REFUGEES REGIONAL AGREEMENTS REPATRIATION RESPECT RETURNEES REVENUE MOBILIZATION REVENUE SHARING RURAL AREAS RURAL POPULATION RURAL POPULATIONS RURAL POVERTY RURAL PRODUCTIVITY RURAL RESIDENTS SANITATION SCHOOL ATTENDANCE SECONDARY CITIES SECONDARY EDUCATION SELF-RELIANCE SERVICE DELIVERY SERVICE PROVISION SKILLED STAFF SLUMS SMALL CITIES SOCIAL AFFAIRS SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SOCIAL EXCLUSION SOCIAL SERVICE SOCIAL SERVICES SOCIAL WELFARE SOLID WASTE COLLECTION SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL SOLID WASTE SERVICES STATE GOVERNMENTS STATE TAXES SUBNATIONAL GOVERNMENTS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT TAXATION TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TENURE SECURITY TENURE STATUS TERTIARY EDUCATION TRADE UNIONS TRANSPORT TRANSPORTATION TREATIES URBAN AGGLOMERATIONS URBAN AREAS URBAN CENTER URBAN CENTRE URBAN DEVELOPMENT URBAN ENVIRONMENTS URBAN GROWTH URBAN HOUSEHOLDS URBAN INFRASTRUCTURE URBAN LAND URBAN MANAGEMENT URBAN MIGRATION URBAN POLICIES URBAN POLICY URBAN POOR URBAN POPULATION URBAN POPULATION GROWTH URBAN POVERTY URBAN RESIDENTS URBAN SECTOR URBAN SETTLEMENT URBANIZATION URBANIZING VULNERABILITY WAGES WATER RESOURCES WATER SERVICES WATER SUPPLY WORKING CONDITIONS WORLD POPULATION WORLD URBANIZATION
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Washington, DC
Africa | Sudan
2013-02-14T18:38:35Z | 2013-02-14T18:38:35Z | 2011-11

This study responds to the need for information and analysis on the urban sector in South Sudan, to inform the Bank's policy dialogue with the Government of the Republic of South Sudan (GoSS) on urban and local government issues, and to inform the design of future Bank assistance. The first phase of this analytical exercise, which is the focus of this report, develops an overview of the urban landscape. A second phase of this analytical work is planned, that will build on the findings emerging from this first phase. The report is structured as follows: section two describes the evolution of the spatial system in South Sudan and highlights key urbanization patterns and trends; section three provides an overview of the legal, institutional and financial composition of South Sudan's urban areas; and section four outlines the key policy issues and recommendations. The report also draws on an in-depth case study of Juba, which is included as an annex to the report.

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