Demography refers to various statistics describing a population, such as size, rate of change, urbanisation, household size and family composition.
The key components of population change (fertility, mortality and migration) are measured separately.
Migration data captures the movement of people from one area to another. Migration can be measured by flow (arrivals, departures or net migration), type (international or internal) and nature (short-term, long-term or permanent). Data on labour migration is often captured separately.
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- .statPopulation densitiesPopulation densities for Pacific Island Countries and Territories based on mid-year population projections and available informaiton about land area.
- .statPopulation projectionsPopulation projections for Pacific Island Countries and territories from 1950 to 2050, by sex and by 5-years age groups.
- .statHousehold counts, population and average household sizeHousehold counts, population and average household size down to sub-national level 1 (when available) based on reported figures from census.
pdfNational assessment of the Solomon Islands food system
PDF | 8.96 MB | Farmery A.K.
pdfKiribati Census Atlas
PDF | 8.03 MB
pdfGuidelines for the harmonisation of census and survey microdata
PDF | 6.43 MB
pdfCovid-19 Cook Islands baseline metrics
PDF | 1.02 MB