Births and deaths

Birth and death numbers, usually reported annually, tell us how many babies were born and how many people died in a population in the reference period. This data may come from different sources, including census and survey collections, civil registration or health information systems.

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Key Reports
  • Fertility Trends in the Pacific Island Countries and Territories_2019
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  • Republic of Fiji 2012-2017 Vital Statistics Report
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  • Niue Vital Statistics report: 2012-2016
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  • Tuvalu Civil Registration and Vital Statistics report: 2012-2016
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    Vanuatu recorded deaths by sex

    News & Publications

    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.

    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.

    Sub-regional training on medical certification of causes of death, Tonga, 05-07 Dec. 2018

    January 7, 2019
    BAG is in the process of organising a sub-regional training for doctors on medical certification of causes-of-death, 5-7th December 2018 in the Kingdom of Tonga.