Surveys

Access information on Household Income and Expenditure Surveys (HIES), Demographic & Health Surveys (DHS) and Family Health and Safety Surveys.

Household Income and Expenditure Surveys

Household income and expenditure surveys (HIESs) provide information on people’s living conditions and income/expenditure patterns. Data from HIESs are used for rebasing a country’s consumer price index, in the preparation of national accounts and to analyse poverty and hardship in communities.

2015 • Cook Islands, French Polynesia, Kiribati (Survey Indicative dates)
2013/2014 • pdfPalau3.13 MB, pdfSamoa17.2 MB
2012/2013 • pdfFSM1.6 MB, pdfNauru1.4 MBzipSolomon Islands 6.2 MB
2010 • PNG 2009/2010, pdfTuvalu 20101.28 MB, Vanuatu 2010


2009 • pdfFiji 2008/2009136.99 KB, pdfTonga 20091.95 MB
2008 • New Caledonia 2007/2008, pdfSamoa 20082.87 MB
2006 • pdfKiribati 2006266.06 KB, Nauru 2006, pdfPalau 2006877.56 KB, Vanuatu 2006Solomon Is 2005/2006
2006 • Wallis and Futuna 2005/2006
2005 • A Samoa 2005, pdfCook Is 2005/2006719.96 KB, pdfFSM 20052.78 MB, CNMI 2005, Tuvalu 2004/2005


2003 • Fiji 2002/03
2002 • Marshall Islands 2002, pdfNiue 2002701.88 KBpdfSamoa 200296.57 KB
2001 • French Polynesia 2000/01, Tonga 2000/2001

Demographic and Health Surveys

Demographic and Health Surveys (DHSs) collect information on population, health and nutrition. Ideally, DHSs are carried out every five years and cover subjects including fertility, family planning, maternal and child health, nutrition, and diseases. DHS results inform countries’ population policies, health plans, human development reports, development strategies and national Millennium Development Goal (MDG) reports.

2015 • pdfSolomon Islands Report
2013 • pdfVanuatu Report
2012 • pdfTonga Report4.52 MB, pdfTonga Factsheets1.45 MB
2009 • zipKiribati3.77 MB
2009 • pdfSamoa Full Report2.09 MB
2007 • zipMarshall Islands16.18 MB
2007 • zipNauru Report (Chapters)3.43 MB, zipNauru Factsheets1.96 MB
2007 • zipSolomon Islands Report (Chapters)2.81 MB, zipSolomon Islands Factsheets1.69 MB
2007 • pdfTuvalu Report (Chapters)3.04 MB, zipTuvalu Factsheets703.38 KB
2006 • PNG
1996 • PNG 

Family Health and Safety Surveys

These surveys aim to discover the causes and consequences of domestic violence and related child abuse. The surveys also seek to establish what forms of protection currently exist and help identify ways to reduce the prevalence of domestic violence and child abuse.

2000 • Samoa
2008 • Kiribati, Solomon Islands