Information and communication technology

Information and communication technology statistics are about access to the internet, use of computers, mobile phones and landlines. They come from a whole range of sources including Household Income and Expenditure Surveys and Population and Housing Censuses.

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Key Reports
  • A proposal for High-frequency Phone Monitoring Surveys
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  • ICAR Poster_Optimising the collection of consumption data produced through HIES
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  • Wallis and Futuna 2018 census (FR) - Insee
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  • Tuvalu household income and expenditure survey (HIES), Report 2015-2016
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  • Key Chart
    IT - Internet users

    News & Publications

    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.

    Provisional Pacific Sustainable Development Indicators

    April 24, 2018
    The first quadrennial Pacific Regional Sustainable Development Report will be released after the Pacific Forum Leaders meeting in Nauru in September 2018.