USAID's Investments for Education and Social Services in South Sudan - Dollars to Results

Results of USAID's Education and Social Services spending

FY 2011 $14.7 M

FY 2012 $4.1 M

FY 2013 $18.4 M

FY 2014 $18.3 M

FY 2015 $28.8 M

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USAID is helping South Sudan build human and institutional capacity for high-quality education. USAID/South Sudan's current education program supports gender equity, interactive radio instruction, capacity building for education ministries, the integration of health and education, and meeting basic education needs related to the ongoing conflict.

USAID's Education program in South Sudan aims to:

  • Improve basic education.
A teacher at Torit East Primary School holds a solar-powered, wind-up radio as she gives her students a lesson.

A teacher at Torit East Primary School holds a solar-powered, wind-up radio as she gives her students a lesson using South Sudan Interactive Radio Instruction.

Stuart Leigh, Real World Productions

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Investments and results for fiscal year 2011 include USAID non-humanitarian development activities in Sudan as whole, the majority of which was focused in South Sudan.