2.37 South Sudan

Caution: South Sudan 2010 MICS Survey. Half of women in dataset have a missing date of birth, which means they could not be included in the data analysis and therefore the estimates are unlikely to be representative. Given that women who are the least educated are the most likely to be unable to give a date of birth, and are also most likely to have the earliest and most adolescent births, the estimates probably undercount adolescent fertility in the country. Also more likely that the older women with least education and most adolescent fertility are unable to give their date of birth, which could contribute to lower adolescent fertility in earliest cohorts compared to more recent cohorts.

2.37.1 Total adolescent births

2.37.2 Total adolescent births by age at first birth

2.37.3 Contribution to total adolescent fertility by cohort and age at first birth

2.37.4 Contribution to total adolescent fertility by age at first birth (all cohorts)

2.37.5 Completed fertility by motherhood entry age

2.37.6 Difference in completed fertility between adolescent and non-adolescent mothers

2.37.7 Contribution of adolescent fertility to total fertility by cohort

2.37.8 Mean age at first birth

2.37.9 Adolescent parity progression ratios

2.37.10 Adolescent parity progression ratios by age

2.37.11 Rapid Repeat Birth probability

2.37.12 Rapid Repeat Birth proportion