The scope of the TC Gita Impact Assessment 2018 includes:
- HOUSEHOLD: Damage to dwelling and repairs, Basic utilities, Aid, Crops and Livestock, Housing
- INDIVIDUAL: Individual Profile, Prepareness and Evacuate
-HOUSEHOLD: Household characteristics; Household belongings; Communication; Agriculture; Social Transfers; Household Energy use; Food Insecurity Experiences; Water and sanitation; Handwashing; Salt iodisation.
-HOUSEHOLD MEMBER: Individual charateristics; Education.
- HOUSEHOLD: Dwelling characteristics; sources of water; means of cooking; rubbish disposal; hosuehold items; access to Sky TV, internet; numbers of pigs and chickens; sources of income.
- INDIVIDUALS: Name (suppressed), sex, age, realationship to household head; living where; ethnicity; religion; birth mother and father still alive; language skills: speaking and writing; address 5 years ago; education and qualifications; marital status; paid and unpaid employment; children given birth to.
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.
-HOUSEHOLD: Dwelling age; number of rooms; sources of water; means of cooking; rubbish disposal; household items; access to Sky TV, internet; numbers of pigs and chickens; sources of income; combined annual household income
- HOUSEHOLD: Basic household characteristics of the private dwellings, including tenure, sanitation, water and electricity, household wealth and household activities.
- INDIVIDUAL: Basic demographic characteristics of individuals in a particular household dwelling, including age, sex, ethnicity, religion, internal migration, educational attainment, economic activity and fertility.
-HOUSEHOLD: Housing and Lands, food, livestock and fishing, capital goods, energy and waste management, cash inflow, environmental issue.
-INDIVIDUAL: Population's characteristics, education, use of narcotics, work status, fertility.
-HOUSEHOLD: Household characteristics; Household belongings; Communication; Agriculture; Social Transfers; Household Energy use; Dengue; Water and sanitation; Handwashing; Salt iodisation.
-HOUSEHOLD MEMBER: Individual charateristics; Education; Dengue.
-MOSQUITO NETS: Dengue.
-HOUSEHOLD: Household characteristics, water access, electricity, facilities, cooking energy,communicatiom, waste management, involvment in agriculture fishing and livestock activities, equipment and transport.
-INDIVIDUAL: Demographic characteristics, education, health, economic activity, social welfare benefits, income and fertility.
-HOUSEHOLD: Household characteristics, water supply, energy, toilet, tradition, communication & technology, waste management, involvment in agriculture, fishing, farming, equipment, transport.
-INDIVIDUAL: Individual characteristics, disability, literacy and language, information & technology, education, economic activity, income, narcotics, cultural activities and fertility.
-Population: Population's relationship, marital status, religion, residence, origins, education, work status, location of workplace, number of days / hours worked, distance from work, satisfaction at work, migration and income.
-Households: Living quarters conditions, water & electricity & lighting & toilet access and household durable.
Detailed census 2007 release & tables (in PDF format). Downloaded from http://www.statsfiji.gov.fj/index.php/2007-census-of-population
Attached in this record are the following:
Record captures Pacific Island Population based on the last population census as well as projectiond/estimates. Estimates and projections of demographic indicators are for selected years. This spreadsheet was last updated in September 2013. Data captured are:
An open access geospatial data repository for the Pacific Region providing premier geophysical, geodetic, and marine spatial data sets. Developed through collaboration between the GeoScience, Energy and Maritime Division of the Pacific Community (SPC), University of Sydney, Geoscience Australia (GA), and GRID-Arendal.
A recently published paper, titled “Coastal proximity of populations in 22 Pacific Island Countries and Territories” details the methodology used to undertake the analysis and presents the findings. **Purpose** * This analysis aims to estimate populations settled in coastal areas in 22 Pacific Island Countries and Territories (PICTS) using the data currently available. In addition to the coastal population estimates, the study compares the results obtained from the use of national population datasets (census) with those derived from the use of global population grids.
-HOUSEHOLD: Household characteristics; Water access; Sanitation access; Waste disposal; Energy; Primary activities; Household deaths; Household assets; Household income.
-INDIVIDUAL: Individual characteristics; Residence and migration; Disability; Parental survival; Education and literacy; Labour force; Fertility and mortality; Communication and Internet.