The High Frequency South Sudan Survey (HFSSS) uses tablet computers to collect real-time data and
is currently being carried out in Aweil, Aweil North, Bor, Juba, Kuajok, Magwi, Maridi,Nimule, Raja,
Rumbek, Rumbek East, Tonj South, Torit, Wau and Yambio. However, pilot data from April 2012 to
October 2014 is included for Juba, Malakal, Rumbek and Wau. The aim of the survey is to provide
the Government of South Sudan with high frequency, high quality data on social, economic and
security conditions in the country. The survey collects data on market prices, exchange rates and
household welfare in these major towns and sub towns.
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