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“The child shall be registered immediately after birth and shall have the right to have a name, the right to acquire a nationality...” (CRC article 1986).
Birth registration has been an issue which received attention of international community since some time.
International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) states: “Every child shall be registered at birth...” (ICCR article 1966).
History of official birth registration dates back to 1900 during the colonial era.
Though an act by the office of the Governor General.
Birth registration was started at limited number of urban center (e.g.
Khartoum, Atbra, and Wadi Halfa).
The main users of this service, were foreigners residing in Sudan (British, Syrians and people from other nationalities), who were using available health facilities for deliveries of their children.
Nationals due to many factors had very limited access to birth registration, due to multiple factors like very high level of illiteracy, remoteness of birth registration facilities and unawareness about the importance of birth registration.
Ehab Ahmed Mohamed Frah: assistant professor of Biostatistics, University of Bahri, College of Social Studies and Economics, Department of Statistics and Demography, Sudan.
2012 PhD in Biostatistics, Sudan Academy of Sciences; 2007 MSc in Social Statistics & Econometrics, University of Khartoum; 2002 BSc in Statistics & Demographic Analysis.
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