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The scope of the National Population Census includes personal information on individual characteristics, health, education, literacy, labor market and reproduction.

The scope of the Household module includes information on dwelling style, energy, goods present in the HH, technology, waste, tenure, income, remittances and mortality.

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The scope of the 2011 Tonga Census of Population and Housing includes:
- HOUSEHOLD: Household listing, dwelling characteristics, housing utilities, durable goods, information technology, income, remittances, and mortality.
- INDIVIDUAL: Personal characteristics, migration, disability, smoking habit, education, labour force and employment, voting eligibility, and fertility

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-HOUSEHOLD: Interview information; Basic information; Awareness of COVID-19; Employment and income loss; Access food and food security; Coping strategies; Public trust and security; Assets and well-being; Interview results.
-INDIVIDUAL: Interview information; Basic information; Employment and income loss.

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-HOUSEHOLD: Interview information; Basic information; Knowledge; Employment and income loss; Access food and food security; Coping strategies; Access health; Public trust and security; Assets and well-being; Interview results.
-INDIVIDUAL: Interview information; Basic information; Employment and income loss.

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-HOUSEHOLD: Interview information; Basic information; Knowledge; Employment and income loss; Access food and food security; Coping strategies; Access health; Public trust and security; Assets and well-being; Interview results.
-INDIVIDUAL: Interview information; Basic information; Employment and income loss.

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-Population: Population's relationship, marital status, religion, residence, origins, education, work status, women's characteristics (on children given birth to)
-Housing: Living quarters and its conditions, water and electricity access, sanitation, waste disposal, household durables and livestock & pets

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-HOUSEHOLD: Interview information; Basic information; Awareness of COVID-19; Employment and income loss; Access food and food security; Coping strategies; Public trust and security; Assets and well-being; Interview results.
-INDIVIDUAL: Interview information; Basic information; Employment and income loss.

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-HOUSEHOLD: Interview information; Basic information; Knowledge; Employment and income loss; Access food and food security; Coping strategies; Access health; Public trust and security; Assets and well-being; Interview results.
-INDIVIDUAL: Interview information; Basic information; Employment and income loss.

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The Census is the official count of population and dwellings in Tonga, providing a ‘snapshot’ of the society and its most precious resource, its people, at a point in time. The official reference period of the census was midnight, the 30th of November, 2006.

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The objectives of Census changed over time shifting from earlier years where they were essentially household registrations and counts, to now where a national population census stands supreme as the most valuable single source of statistical data for the Fiji.
Census data is now widely used to evaluate:
- The availability of basic household needs in key sectors, to identify disadvantaged areas and help set priorities for action
plans;
- Benefits of development programmes in particular areas, such as literacy, employment and family planning;

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The objective of the second round of the World Bank high frequency mobile phone survey was to measure the continued socioeconomic impacts of COVID-19 in Papua New Guinea, including on livelihoods, food security, and public safety and security. The length of the survey was limited to 15 minutes and the survey instrument consisted of the following modules: Basic Information, Employment and Income Loss, Food Access and Food Security, Health, Public Trust and Security, and Assets and Wellbeing.

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The Census is the official count of population, dwellings and households in Tonga and it provides a ‘snapshot’ of the country at one specific point in time: 30th of November 2011. A Tonga census has been taken once in every ten years since 1956. However the population census of 2011 is the first population census by 5 year interval from the previous census in 2006 due to the Electoral Boundary Commission (EBC)'s request according to its Act 2010.

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The novel coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic is an unprecedented crisis globally. Under the slowdown in economic activity due to the protective measures enacted by governments around the world, global GDP is expected to contract by 5.2 percent, with per capita incomes in most emerging and developing countries forecast to shrink; potentially pushing many millions into poverty and deepening deprivation. In Papua New Guinea, the socio-economic impacts of these measures are coumpeded by geographic dispersion and isolation, weak institutions and unequal access to services for vulnerable populations.

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The 2021 Tonga HIES is the new update of this kind, after the 2015/2016, 2009 & 2001 versions. This survey aims to provide indicators on Household Living Standard using monetary aspect (amount of income and expenditure), non-monetary aspect (calory consumed, assets own, imputed rents…) and more social approach (education, health, food security status…).

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A strong evidence base is needed to understand the socioeconomic implications of the coronavirus pandemic for the Solomon Islands. Round 1 (out of 5) interviewed 2,650 respondents across the country in late June 2020 on topics including awareness of COVID-19, employment and income, food security, coping strategies, and public trust and security.