South Sudan - Share of Female Pupils in Primary Education
Since 2011, South Sudan Share of Female Pupils in Primary Education was up 1points year on year. In 2015, the country was number 186 among other countries in Share of Female Pupils in Primary Education at 40.88 Percent of Pupils in Primary Education. South Sudan is overtaken by Central African Republic, which was number 185 with 43.61 Percent of Pupils in Primary Education and is followed by Afghanistan at 39.78 Percent of Pupils in Primary Education. Senegal lead the ranking with 52.96 Percent of Pupils in Primary Education in 2019, +0.8points compared to 2018. Gambia, India and Mauritania respectively ranked number 2, 3 and 4 in this ranking. Democratic Republic of the Congo witnessed the best average annual growth at +1.2points per year, while Liechtenstein was the worst growing country at -1.2points per year.
|Date||Percent of Pupils in Primary Education|
How does South Sudan rank in Share of Female Pupils in Primary Education?
|#||187 Countries||Percent of Pupils in Primary Education||Last||YoY||5‑years CAGR|
|52.96 %||2019||+0.8 %||+0.3 %||View data|
|51.98 %||2019||+0.3 %||+0.4 %||View data|
Central African Republic
|43.61 %||2016||NA||+0.6 %||View data|
|40.88 %||2015||NA||+1.0 %||View data|
|39.78 %||2019||+2.1 %||-0.1 %||View data|