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1 - No Poverty2 - Zero Hunger3 - Good Health and Well-Being4 - Quality Education5 - Gender Equality6 - Clean Water and Sanitation7 - Affordable and Clean Energy8 - Decent Work and Economic Growth9 - Industry Innovation and Infrastructure10 - Reduced Inequalities11 - Sustainable Cities and Communities12 - Responsible Consumption and Production13 - Climate Action14 - Life Below Water15 - Life Land16 - Peace Justice and Strong Institutions17 - Partnerships GoalsSustainable Development Goals
News & Publications
- .statCOVID-19 cases in Pacific Island Countries and TerritoriesStatistics from SPC's Public Health Division (PHD) on the number of cases of COVID-19 and the number of deaths attributed to COVID-19 in Pacific Island [...]
- .statCOVID-19 vaccinationStatistics from SPC's Public Health Division (PHD) on COVID-19 vaccination in Pacific Island Countries and Territories.
- .statDisability statisticsNumber and proportion of persons by sex, age and urbanization for different disability types and different disability cut-off points.
- .statHealth facilitiesList of health facilities provided by Tupaia, https://beyondessential.com.au/tupaia/ (Beyond Essential).
- .statFood nutrientsThe Pacific Nutrient Database is a tool to facilitate poverty, nutrition and food security analysis in the Pacific region.
- .statHealth indicatorsList of key health indicators sourced from Demographic and Health Surveys (DHS).
pdfRepublic of the Marshall Islands 2021 census report volume 1: basic tables and administration report
PDF | 3.63 MB | Marshall Islands.
pdfTonga food security profile
PDF | 229.82 KB
pdfSamoa Hardship and Poverty Report: analysis of the 2018 Household Income and Expenditure Survey
PDF | 1.31 MB
pdfNational assessment of the Solomon Islands food system
PDF | 8.96 MB | Farmery A.K.
The SPC Public Health Division (PHD) is dedicated to improving the health, and therefore the future, of all Pacific Islanders.
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