KajoKeji Atlas

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KajoKeji Atlas

Village Assessment Survey, January 2013
The Village Assessment Survey (VAS) has been used by IOM since 2007 and is a comprehensive data source for South Sudan that provides detailed information on access to basic services, infrastructure and other key indicators essential to informing the development of efficient reintegration programmes. The most recent VAS represents IOM’s largest effort to date encompassing 30 priority counties comprising of 871 bomas, 197 payams, 468 health facilities, and 1,277 primaryschools. There was a particular emphasis on assessing payams outside state capitals, where comparatively fewer comprehensive assessments have been carried out. IOM conducted the assessment in priority counties where an estimated 72% of the returnee population (based on estimates as of 2012) has resettled. The county atlas provides spatial data at the boma level and should be used in conjunction with the VAS county profile.
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The Village Assessment Survey (VAS) has been used by IOM since 2007 and is a comprehensive data source for South Sudan that provides detailed information on access to basic services, infrastructure and other key indicators essential to informing the development of efficient reintegration programmes. The most recent VAS represents IOM’s largest effort to date encompassing 30 priority counties comprising of 871 bomas, 197 payams, 468 health facilities, and 1,277 primaryschools. There was a particular emphasis on assessing payams outside state capitals, where comparatively fewer comprehensive assessments have been carried out. IOM conducted the assessment in priority counties where an estimated 72% of the returnee population (based on estimates as of 2012) has resettled. The county atlas provides spatial data at the boma level and should be used in conjunction with
the VAS county profile.