About South Sudan
South Sudan, officially known as the Republic of South Sudan is a landlocked country in East-Central Africa. South Sudan split itself from Sudan after a bloody civil war in 2011. The country is considered as the youngest country in the world.
South Sudan is the world’s most underdeveloped and poorest countries. They suffer from infrastructure, illiteracy, and mortality.
The country exports timber but has good natural deposits such as Petroleum, Copper, zinc, gold, diamonds, etc.; the country is also heavily dependent on agriculture.
South Sudan joined the East African Community as soon as it achieved independence to take the benefits of free trade and access to ports in Kenya.