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 Pacific Data Hub

-HOUSEHOLD: Household characteristics, sanitation, water access, energy, waste disposal, household durables, livestock, remittances.
-INDIVIDUAL: Individual characteristics, ethnicity, religion, education, economic activities, fertility.

 Pacific Data Hub

-HOUSEHOLD: Household characteristics, sanitation, water access, energy, waste disposal, household durables, remittances.
-INDIVIDUAL: Individual characteristics, religion, ethnicity, education, economic activities, fertility.

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 Pacific Data Hub

The scope of the 2011 Population and Housing Census includes:

INDIVIDUAL- Basic demographic characteristics of individuals including age, sex, ethnicity, religion, migration, demography, educational attainment, economic activity and employment, social profile and fertility;

HOUSEHOLD- Basic household characteristics of the private dwellings, including tenure, sanitation, water and electricity, household wealth and household activities.

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 Pacific Data Hub

-HOUSEHOLD: what did your household buy today (food and non-food items)?, overflow sheet for items bought this week, payments for services made today, overflow sheet for services paid for this week, gambling done today, overflow sheet for items received for free this week, food, non-food and services received for free, overflow sheet for home-produced items consumed / sold / given away, home-produced items - by whom were they used today, housing characteristics, household services expenditure, housing tenure expenditure, cash contributions to special occasions, utilities and communication,

 Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme

For the Ninth Pacific Islands Conference on Nature Conservation and Protected Areas December 2013, the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP) commissioned an assessment of the status of biodiversity and conservation in Oceania.

This dataset holds all the reports that assesses the overall state of conservation in;

* Guam

* French Polynesia

* Northern Mariana Islands

* Tokelau

* Wallis and Futuna

* Pitcairn Islands

 Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme

This paper highlights the seriousness of the “biodiversity crisis” on atolls and the need to place greater research and conservation emphasis on atolls and other small island ecosystems. It is based on studies over the past twenty years conducted in the atolls of Tuvalu, Tokelau, Kiribati, the Marshall Islands and the Tuamotu Archipelago of French Polynesia. It stresses that atolls offer some of the greatest opportunities for integrated studies of simplified small-island ecosystems.

 Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme

Concise environmental legislative reviews of Pacific Island countries plus Tokelau. **Please submit new information or corrections as the reviews will be updated annually.**

 Pacific Data Hub

Household Income and Expenditure Survey (HIES) collects a wealth of information on HH income and expenditure, such as source of income by industry, HH expenditure on goods and services, and income and expenditure associated with subsistence production and consumption. In addition to this, HIES collects information on sectoral and thematic areas, such as education, health, labour force, primary activities, transport, information and communication, transfers and remittances, food expenditure (as a proxy for HH food consumption and nutrition analysis), and gender.

 Pacific Data Hub

The 1996 Tokelau Census of Population and Dwellings, like the previous censuses, was conducted to provide the administration, planners and policy-makers with up-to-date statistical information on demographic and socio-economic developments. This data is needed for planning purposes, and to evaluate the success and failure of programmes and projects. The 1996 census was conductedaccording to the Tokelau Census Regulations, 1961. These regulations require a census to be carried out every five years. The previous censues was conducted in 1991.

 Pacific Data Hub

The 2001 census enumerated both de-facto and de-jure populations. It was intended that all information would be collected during an enumeration period of one week, the week from 11th October 2001. Census night for individual households was the night of 11 October 2001. Given the transport difficulties between Apia and Tokelau, and within Tokelau, and in order to restrict the enumeration period to less than one week, 9 interviewers were involved.

 Pacific Data Hub

Information from the census provides an overall view of the people of Tokelau and the places where they live. Census information is used to plan vital public services, such as education, health, housing, and transport. It is also used to help understand how society changes over time.

 The Smithsonian Institution

The Tokelau Islands consist of three atolls (Atafu, Nukunonu and Fakaofo) approximately 500 km north of Western Samoa. Their numerous islets are formed mainly of coral sand and rubble with no standing freshwater. Sixty-one plant species have been recorded, 13 of these being introduced and 10 being adventives. There are three vegetation zones, the beach, the beach-crest, and the interior coconut/fern zone with the physiognomy of a humid tropical forest. Marine invertebrates have not been studied.

 Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP)

Environment related legislation review

Available online

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Physical Description: 20 p. ; 29 cm