2013 Pacific Population Poster

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The Solomon Islands 2006-2007 DHS Report and Fact Sheets

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The SOLOMON ISLANDS 2006-2007 Demographic and Health Survey (DHS) is the first for the country and one of the four DHSs conducted in the Pacific as part of the Asian Development Bank (ADB)/Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) Pacific Demographic and Health Surveys Pilot Project.

The primary purpose of the Solomon Islands DHS is to furnish policy-makers and planners with detailed information on fertility, family planning, infant and child mortality, reproductive health, child health, nutrition, malaria, women's empowerment, and knowledge of HIV and AIDS and other sexually transmitted infections.

To provide national policy-makers, planners, as well as other national and international users with ready access to key information across the report, we have developped a series of Fact Sheets entitled "DHS Key Facts and Figures at your fingertips". This set contains 9 sheets covering the 14 substantive chapters of the DHS report.

The Report and Fact Sheets are in English only. You can download them in PDF format from here (3.3 Mb Report, and 1.9 Mb Fact Sheets).

 
The TUVALU 2007 DHS Report and Fact Sheets

Tuvalu DHS Report Cover The TUVALU 2007 Demographic and Health Survey (DHS) is one of the four DHSs conducted in the Pacific as part of the Asian Development Bank (ADB)/Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) Pacific Demographic and Health Surveys Pilot Project. The primary purpose of the Tuvalu DHS is to furnish policy-makers and planners with detailed information on fertility, family planning, infant and child mortality, reproductive health, child health, nutrition, HIV/AIDS, women's empowerment, and domestic violence.

To provide national policy-makers, planners, as well as other national and international users with ready access to key information across the report, we have developped a series of Fact Sheets entitled "DHS Key Facts and Figures at your fingertips". This set contains 10 sheets covering the 14 substantive chapters of the DHS report.

The Report and Fact Sheets are in English only. You can download them in PDF format from here (4.3 Mb Report, and 4.9 Mb Fact Sheets).

 
Nauru 2007 DHS Report and Fact Sheets

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The Nauru 2007 Demographic and Health Survey (DHS) is the first for the country and one of the four DHSs conducted in the Pacific as part of the Asian Development Bank (ADB)/Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) Pacific Demographic and Health Surveys Pilot Project. The primary purpose of the Nauru DHS is to furnish policy-makers and planners with detailed information on fertility, family planning, infant and child mortality, maternal and child health, nutrition, and knowledge of HIV and AIDS and other sexually transmitted infections.

To provide national policy-makers, planners, as well as other national and international users with ready access to key information across the report, we have developped a series of Fact Sheets entitled "DHS Key Facts and Figures at your fingertips". This set contains 8 sheets covering each of the 8 substantive chapters of the DHS report.

The Report and Fact Sheets are in English only. You can download them in PDF format from here (3.7 Mb Report, and 3.3 Mb Fact Sheets).

 
Tonga 2006 Census of Population and Housing, Volume 2: Analytical Report

 

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This report is based on Tonga’s 2006 population census and was prepared by SPC’s Statistics and Demography Programme in close collaboration with the Statistics Department Tonga.

The report contains an analysis of Tonga’s recent population growth and dynamics, in particular the level,trends and patterns of fertility, mortality, and migration. The likely impacts of some of these dynamics on wider cross-cutting issues, such as the environment, health, education and economic activity, are discussed.

The report also presents a set of population projections to provide planners and policy-makers with scenarios of the size and structure of Tonga’s future population with the aim of assisting decision-makers to effectively plan for the needs of different population groups at different points in time.

This report is in English only, in PDF format you can download from here (1.2 Mb), and a limited number of hard copies are available on request.

 
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