Stat of the week: The average household size in New Caledonia is 2.5 people

Did you know? The average household size in New Caledonia is 2.5 people (2019 Population and Housing Census). Explore more data from the Pacific Data Hub (PDH) here.

Stat of the week: 90% is the estimated completion rate in upper secondary school for girls in Tonga

Did you know? 90% is the estimated completion rate in upper secondary school for girls in Tonga (80% for boys).

Stat of the week: 96% of the population in Marshall Islands lives within the 0 to 10m Low Elevation Coastal Zone in 2021

Did you know? 96% of the population in Marshall Islands lives within the 0 to 10m Low Elevation Coastal Zone in 2021. Discover more population statistics on the Population Dashboard.

Decadal characteristics of small-scale fishing livelihoods in 13 Pacific Island Countries and Territories

Decadal characteristics of small-scale fishing livelihoods in 13 Pacific Island Countries and Territories  ICES Journal of Marine Science, Volume 80, Issue 7, September 2023, Pages 1963–1975, https://doi.org/10.1093/icesjms/fsad125 Matthew B. Roscher1…

Stat of the week: In Tonga, 96% of the informal employment is in non-agriculture sectors

Did you know? In Tonga, 96% of the informal employment is in non-agriculture sectors in 2021. For more information on this indicator, click this link.

Climate change and natural disasters sourcebook

SPC has published a Climate Change and Natural Disasters Sourcebook, which is supporting Pacific Island Countries and Territories to measure climate change impacts at the household level in a consistent manner. Different modules are available, allowing…

Pacific Dataviz Challenge 2023: Make Food trade and food security data accessible to everyone

SPC supports Niue to launch digital birth registration

A new digital Civil Registration and Vital Statistics System (CRVS) became available in Niue today.  It makes the birth and death registrations easier for Niueans and improves government efficiency. Niue is the first country in the world to fully…

Stat of the week: In 2019 in Kiribati, 0.6$ per capita per day is spent on cereals and cereals products, and also on fish and fish products

New Insights into Trade in Services in the Pacific

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