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2020-2021 Kiribati Population and Housing Census data and reports
In the year to July 2023, prices for the All-items CPI rose by 10.8 percent compared to the same month last
year. In July 2023, the CPI all-items index stood at 148.0, up from 133.6 in July 2022.
The Kiribati National Statistics Office included a specific module in the 2019 household income and expenditure survey (HIES) questionnaire in order to evaluate the impact of the government increase to the price of copra, which took effect in 2018 and where the price...
Undertaking a Census of Population and Housing is a massive task for every Pacific National Statistics Office. It requires preparation, planning and logistical challenges especially when remote islands are involved. During November 2020, the Kiribati NSO successfully...
This report was authored by Dr Christopher Hoy, Poverty and Equity Global Practice, World Bank. This report describes the status of i-Kiribati in terms of poverty, which is when people’s consumption of food and non-food good and services is relatively low when...
The 2020 Population and Housing Census of Kiribati was the 14th census conducted in Kiribati since the first in 1931, and follows on from the previous 2015 Census. Census enumeration began on the 7th November 2020 and captured detailed demographic information for...
Household Income and Expenditure Surveys (HIES) provide a wealth of information with both macro-and microeconomic applications, including rebasing the household component to GDP and the consumer price index, as well as providing insight into household production and...