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Sudan Country AET Profile

About Sudan

Projected adult illiteracy rates for the year 2000 stand at 42.9% (males, 31.7%; females, 54.0%). Most schools are operated or subsidized by the central government through 3.3% of GDP.

The University of Khartoum was established in 1956; in 1986, its 10 faculties had about 14,000 students. A branch of Cairo University was opened at Khartoum in 1955; by 1986, it had about 20,000 students. Other institutions include the Islamic University of Omdurman and the universities of El-Gezirah (at Wad Madani) and Juba. In 1990, universities had 2,043 teachers and a total enrollment of 59,824 students. Approximately 48% of these students were female, up from 27% in 1980.

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