The Christian Science Monitor

As South Sudan builds back, here’s how a census can help

December 2, 2021

Earlier this year, South Sudan completed a “population survey,” a kind of mini-census designed as a stopgap measure until the real thing could be done. Census workers counted people in about 1,500 sites across the country, previewing many of the challenges of doing a full census.


May 24, 2023

Somalia Launches First Census in Nearly 50 Years

February 28, 2023

Mapping for Better Coverage: How GIS Microplanning is Revolutionising Immunisation Campaigns in Kano State

February 27, 2023

Accelerating Africa’s Sustainable Development with Geospatial Intelligence