Population and Housing Censuses
A Census gathers information on population and housing. In most Pacific countries and territories, a Census is carried out every 5 or 10 years. A Census is likely to be the most comprehensive survey a country carries out, as it covers each member of the population, rather than collecting data from a representative sample. Census data enable policy-makers to make informed and relevant decisions, based on current and projected trends.
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pdfKiribati Census Atlas
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pdfPopulation in Nauru
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pdfEducation and Economic Activity in Nauru
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pdfDisability in Nauru
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The Programme recognises censuses as one of the primary sources of data needed for policies and programmes aimed at socioeconomic development and environmental sustainability.
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