South Sudan, Labour Supply And Demand Survey

South Sudan, Labour Supply And Demand Survey

In July 2013, Integrity conducted a quantitative evaluation in Juba, South Sudan, on behalf of the World Bank’s Financial and Private Sector Development unit.

Integrity, the World Bank and others are increasingly invested in mapping the private sector in South Sudan in order to provide clearer recommendations on governance, capacity building, economic development and livelihoods programming. The objective of this particular study was to assess the potential for employment generation by the private sector and the readiness of job seekers to respond to the demand. More specifically, the survey data was envisioned to serve dual purposes: aiding in the design and implementation of the Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Investment’s (MCII) upcoming South Sudan Business Plan Competition (SBPC) whilst also enabling the World Bank to improve the design of capacity development matching programmes.

An Integrity team worked closely with the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), a trusted partner, in designing outreach methods and undertaking data collection.

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