Kiribati

Capital: Tarawa                Land area: 811 km²                Region: Micronesia

Kiribati (republic of) comprises 32 atolls and reef islands and one raised coral island, Banaba dispersed over 3.5 million square kilometres of ocean. It lies north of Tuvalu, Tokealau, the Cook Islands and French Polynesia, east of Nauru, south of Hawaii and west of South America.

 

Key Reports

Country Key Reports

  • Kiribati IMTS Tables
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  • Kiribati 2015 population and housing census volume 1: management report and basic tables
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  • Kiribati 2006 HIES report
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  • Kiribati Social Development Indicator Survey 2018-19, Snapshot of Key Findings
    2.69 MBView details
  • International Guidelines for certification and classification (codin) of Covid-19 as a cause of death
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Population Pyramid

Census & Survey Collection
2020Population and Housing Census
2020Household Listing
2021Disability survey

News & Publications

2020 Pacific Islands Population Poster

September 22, 2020
This poster provides updated population pyramids for all Pacific Island Countries and Territories, showing the age-sex profiles now and in the future. These distributions help countries to plan for service and infrastructure delivery.

2020 pocket statistical summary

September 15, 2020
Our 2020 pocket statistical summary has arrived, providing a quick overview of statistics for the people and economies of the Pacific Community’s (SPC’s) member countries.

Webinar series on utilization of registers and administrative data in Census programmes of Pacific Island countries

July 27, 2020
Theme: 2020+ the era of Administrative data; looking into the role of registers and administrative data in Census programmes of Pacific Island countries

Pacific Classification of Individual Consumption According to Purpose (PACCOICOP) 2020

July 6, 2020
The Pacific Classification of Individual Consumption According to Purpose 2020 (PACCOICOP 2020) is a regional classification of goods and services purchased by individuals and households in the Pacific Island countries and territories.