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Life in Vanuatu, Vanuatu Multiple Indicator Clustor Survey

This publication is based on the Vanuatu Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS),
which was carried out by the Vanuatu Ministry of Health with financial and technical
support from the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and The Global Fund.

"Life in Vanuatu " (Vanuatu Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey 2007)

*Bishlama: Laef long Vanuatu (Vanuatu Maltipol Indiketa Klasta Sevei 2007)


Vanuatu Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS)

This report is based on the Vanuatu Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS), which was conducted in late 2007 by the Ministry of Health, Government of the Republic of Vanuatu (GoV), with financial and technical support from the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF)-Pacific.

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The MICS-National Nutrition Survey

The MICS-National Nutrition Survey was conducted throughout Vanuatu from late 2007 through to the first quarter of 2008. This report presents the background, rationale, methodology and results, along with
discussion and recommendations, for all nutrition modules that were part of either the standard MICS or the additional nutrition sub-component of this survey.

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Situation reporting: Food Price Increases/Nutrition Security in the Pacific Islands

Compiled in July 2008, this is the first report on the food prices situation and the impact on children in the Pacific island countries and territories (PICTs) and how UNICEF is responding and intends to respond in the short- and medium-term.


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Cook Islands Situation Analysis

The report provides an update of the development trends in Cook Islands that affect the well being of children, women and youth. It also highlights UNICEF’s programmes and provides a useful reference for national Government bodies, the public and other development partners. Download [PDF]


Fiji Situation Analysis

The report provides an overview of the situation of children, women and youth in Fiji in the 21st century. It highlights the key concerns such as health, education, domestic violence, physical abuse of children and how UNICEF, government and other stakeholders are working together to identify and improve areas of concern. Download [PDF]


Kiribati Situation Analysis

The report provides an overview of the situation of children, women and youth. UNICEF’s programme in Kiribati aims to improve the situation of children and women through its work with the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development, Social Sector Ministries and NGOs. Download [PDF]


Nauru Situation Analysis

The report provides an update of the development trends in Nauru that affect the well being of children, women and youth. It also highlights UNICEF’s programmes and provides a useful reference for national Government bodies, the public and other development partners. Download [PDF]


Niue Situation Analysis

The report provides an overview of the situation of children, women and youth in Niuei in the 21st century. It highlights the key concerns such as health, education, domestic violence, physical abuse of children and how UNICEF, government and other stakeholders are working together to identify and improve areas of concern. Download [PDF]


Palau Situation Analysis

The report provides an update of the situation of children, women and youth in Palau. It highlights the achievements in health and education,and discusses psycho-social challenges and children with special needs. Furthermore, the situation analysis summaries recommendations for addressing the needs of children, youth and women. Download |PDF|


Republic of the Marshell Islands Situation Analysis

The report provides an overview of the situation of children, women and youth in RMI in the 21st century. It highlights the key concerns such as health, education, domestic violence, physical abuse of children and how UNICEF, government and other stakeholders are working together to identify and improve areas of concern. Download [PDF]


Solomon Islands Situation Analysis

The report provides an overview of the situation of children, women and youth in the solomon Islands highlights the key concerns such as health, education, domestic violence, physical abuse of children and how UNICEF, government and other stakeholders are working together to identify and improve areas of concern. Download [PDF]


Samoa Situation Analysis

The report provides an update of the development trends in Samoa that affect the well being of children, women and youth. It also highlights UNICEF’s programmes and provides a useful reference for national Government bodies, the public and other development partners. Download [PDF]


Tonga Situation Analysis

Information on the health and educational status of Tongan children, youth and women and the specific issues pertaining to each group is drawn together and examined in this report. Download [PDF]


Tokelau Situation Analysis

The report presents the state of affairs of children, women and youth in Tokelau. Issues affecting children, youth and women derive from three factors: limitations in the quality and scope of the available services - some of which are unavoidable because of the island’s remoteness and small size. Download |Part 1|, |Part 2|, |Part 3|, |Part 4|


Tuvalu Situation Analysis

The report provides the status of children, women and youth in Tuvalu. Like the other Pacific Island countries, Tuvalu faces issues of land shortage, overcrowded urban areas and potential inundation if sea levels rise. Download |Part 1|, |Part 2|, |Part 3|, |Part 4|


Pacific Conference on the Human Face of the Global Economic Crisis report

This report provides a summary of the Pacific Conference on the Human Face of the Global Economic Crisis which was held in Port Vila, Vanuatu in February 2010. Included are the conference proceedings, its key substantive results and the Vanuatu Outcome Statement.


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Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation of Government Systems - A Women & Child Focused Perspective Baseline Diagnosis

This study examines planning, monitoring and evaluation system in Kiribati, Vanuatu and Solomon Islands. Adapted from the World Bank, the study . |Download PDF here|


 

 
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