Teacher Compensation A Challenge for South Sudan. Context Process and Challenges linked with training and Compensating Teachers Current Issues and Open Questions. Sudan, Mini-Africa?. Economic Context.
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A Comprehensive Peace Agreement was signed on January 9, 2005.
“The transformation of New Sudan’s society requires a literate population that is educated, conscious of its rights, tolerant of others, actively participating in the governing of its life and working together to eliminate the cycle of poverty”*
*From the Education Sector Plan of the new Sudan, 2004
A survey of Public Sector Personnel Conducted in November 2005 has identified 13,204 staff working in education of which 7802 teachers.