South Sudan High Frequency Survey (2012-14) Panel Data

The High Frequency South Sudan Survey (HFS) was conducted by the World Bank between August 2012 and September 2014. The HFS collected a panel data set to monitor the welfare and perceptions of citizens in four of South Sudan's state capitals. The survey aimed to provide the Government of South Sudan with high frequency, high quality data on social, economic and security conditions in the country.The survey used tablet computers to collect real-time data on market prices, exchange rates and household welfare in the major towns of South Sudan. This dataset contains information from all six rounds of the survey

The High Frequency South Sudan Survey (HFS) followed a small number of households in four state capitals in South Sudan: Juba, Wau, Rumbek and Malakal. Over the period of the pilot survey, households were visited six times. The survey rounds were:

Round 1: August 2012

Round 2: October 2012

Round 3: January 2013

Round 4: June 2013

Round 5: October 2013

Round 6: September 2014

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Last Updated August 31, 2018, 04:47 (UTC)
Created February 8, 2018, 17:46 (UTC)