CRVS

Assistance to Pacific countries in continuing to operate during COVID-19 disruptions.

April 23, 2020
A message from Jeff Montgomery
PCRN Chair, New Zealand Registrar-General

SPC Elected as Chair of the Global Civil Registration and Vital Statistics (CRVS) Group for 2020-21

March 22, 2020
The Statistics for Development Division is proud to announce that SPC has been elected unanimously as the Chair of the Global CRVS Group at a side event of the 2020 UN statistical Commission meeting in New York.

Fertility Trends in the Pacific Island Countries and Territories

July 19, 2019
Data on fertility trends in PICTs are critical for addressing the current unmet need in family planning, and for improving maternal and neonatal health.

Pacific Regional workshop on Legal Identity and Identity Security

May 27, 2019
The Brisbane Accord Group (BAG) in collaboration with the Public Health division of the Pacific Community (SPC) is organising a regional workshop on Legal Identity and Identity Security that will be held in Noumea, New Caledonia on the 8th to 10th of July 2019.

Republic of Fiji Vital Statistics Report 2012–2017

April 17, 2019
Fiji’s vital statistics report provides statistics pertaining to live births registered by the Civil Registration Office of Fiji during period 2012–2017, and deaths recorded by the Ministry of Health and Medical Services (MoHMS) during years 2015–2017.

Niue Vital Statistics Report 2012–2016

January 9, 2019
This is the second analytical report for Niue’s vital statistics based on civil registration data.

Vanuatu Vital Statistics report 2012–2014

March 29, 2018
Vanuatu’s civil registration and vital statistics report presents the status of the civil registration and health information system of Vanuatu in regard to recording the occurrence and characteristics of live births, deaths and causes of death in the country.

Tuvalu CVRS Report 2012–2016

March 21, 2018
While countries have multiple sources of demographic data, administrative data sources, and in particular civil registration systems are universally recognised for their fundamental function of providing governments with a continuous and permanent source of population data and statistics.

Measuring SDG 16.9 in Tonga

March 20, 2018
It is estimated that almost one-in-three babies born world-wide each year do not have their births registered (there are 51 million babies).

SDD Newsletter - September 2017

September 27, 2017
Building a Culture of Education Data Use in the Pacific
Pacific Community digitalizes education data collection in Kiribati
Pacific Ministers of Health Meeting