Individual: Population characteristics, fertility, education, languages and literacy, economic activities.
Household: Household characteristics, lighting, water and sanitation access, household equipment.
-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: Household characteristics, sanitation, water access, energy, waste disposal, household durables, remittances.
-INDIVIDUAL: Individual characteristics, religion, ethnicity, education, economic activities, fertility.
- 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, health, cash inflow.
-INDIVIDUAL: Population's characteristics, education, work status, 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.
The scope of the 2009 Demographic and Health Survey includes:
- Household: age, sex, relationship to the head of the household, characteristics of the household dwelling, such as the water source; type of toilet facilities; materials used for the roof, floors, and walls; possession of durable goods.
INDIVIDUALS: Demographic information about the people
HOUSEHOLDS: Characteristics of the households
-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 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: Individual characteristics, Population's relationship, marital status, religion, residence, origins, labour force, fertility, mortality, and migration, environment, health, education and literacy, and economic activity, communication and internet.
-HOUSING: Household characteristics, Living quarters and its conditions, water and electricity access, sanitation, waste disposal, energy, household durables and livestock & pets.
The scope of the Vanuatu 2013 DHS include:
......basic demographic characteristics of individuals in a particular household dwelling, including age, sex, residence, marital status, educational attainment, eligibility and disability
......basic household caharacteristics of the private dwellings, including sanitation, water, electricity, households materials and household wealth ownership
- HOUSEHOLD: Household characteristics, water and sanitation, energy, household equipments.
- INDIVIDUAL: Individual characteristics, education, literacy, fertility, economic activities.
Fertility trends in Pacific island countries and territories. Noumea, New Caledonia: Pacific Community. 105 p.
2016. Niue Vital Statistics report: 2012-2016. Noumea, New Caledonia: Secretariat of the Pacific Community. 52 p. BAG.
Publications developed by SPC in collaboration with BAG. 2018. Tuvalu Civil Registration and Vital Statistics report: 2012-2016. Noumea, New Caledonia: Pacific Community (SPC). 34 p.
Census Report - 217 pages.
This is the tenth census undertaken by the Statistics Office, the first being in 1971, and it has been held every five years ever since.
The census counts all persons present in the Cook Islands on the census night of the 1st December 2016, including visitors temporary in the country. Cook Islanders who are living or are temporarily on vacation abroad are excluded.
The Census provides a unique source of detailed demographic, social and economic data relating to the entire population at a single point in time. The most fundamental questions it will answer concern the size and distribution of the entire population, the extent to which men and women participate in the economy, and the nature of housing and household facilities.
The Population and Housing Census 2020 was the 9th census carried out in Palau since 1980. The Population and Housing Census is a vast and complex undertaking. It is certainly the largest statistical exercise we can contemplate, touching, as it does, every individual and household in the Kingdom. The result of the census has an important role in producing official statistics for Palau and providing fundamental information for measuring SDG indicators.