Fisheries

Fisheries statistics come from a whole range of sources including Household Income and Expenditure Surveys and Population Censuses. These statistics include things such as:

  • Number of households involved in fishing
  • Proportion of household income which comes from fisheries
  • Proportion of the labour force engaging in fishing as their main or second activity
  • Proportion of household food expenditure spent on fish and shellfish

For additional information relating to fisheries please go to our Fisheries, Aquaculture and Marine Ecosystems Division.

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Kiribati Census Atlas

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Kiribati Census Atlas provides insights into people and housing across the islands.

Marshall Islands compendium of analysis of the 2019/20 HIES

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Study Protocol: Interactive Dynamics of Coral Reef Fisheries and the Nutrition Transition in Kiribati

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Kiribati 2019-2020 HIES - analytical report

December 23, 2021
Kiribati undertook their third HIES between 2019 and 2020. The main objectives of the survey were to assess the socioeconomic situation of i-Kiribati people and households and to provide data for use in forming economic and social policy.