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The State of the World’s Children 2013: Children with Disabilities

SOWC 2013 is the first global report dedicated to children with disabilities - some of the most invisible and marginalized people in the world. The report explains how countries and societies can fully include children with disabilities so both they and their communities benefit. |Download PDF| |Download the Executive Summary|


Evaluation of the Convergence Approach in UNICEF supported programmes in the Pacific, 2008 - 2012

Evaluation of the convergence programming approach which was aimed at informing UNICEF Pacific  for the upcoming programme cycle 2013 - 2017. The evaluation made use of a formative approach with the evaluation objectives focusing on relevance, efficiency, effectiveness and sustainability of the convergence programme. |Download PDF|


Children in Fiji: 2011 An Atlas of Social Indicators

The Atlas provides a snapshot of the situation of children throughout the nation, with a particular emphasis on the most vulnerable children and sub-national patterns of equity.  It will be useful for government  partners to inform services, policies and programmes that impact on children’s lives, including poverty, education and health and child Protection.|Download PDF|


Children in Solomon Islands: 2011 An Atlas of Social Indicators

This report provides a outline of the situation of children in areas such as health, education and child protection, with a particular emphasis on children most in need. It reveals achievements and disparities for children existing within the country. |Download PDF|


Children in Vanuatu: 2011 An Atlas of Social Indicators

This report provides a outline of the situation of children in areas such as health, education and child protection, with a particular emphasis on children most in need. It reveals achievements and disparities for children existing within the country. |Download PDF|

 


The State of Pacific Youth 2011. Opportunities and Obstacles

The purpose of this report is to understand how young people in the Pacific have fared since 2005 using evidence from official sources, national population surveys and young people themselves. |Download Report|


UN Trust Fund to End Violence against Women Annual Report 2010

The 2010 Annual Report of the UN Trust Fund to End Violence against Women (UN Trust Fund) highlights innovative programmes and promising practices in the field of ending violence against women and girls. |Download PDF|


An Independent Review of the Status of Gender Mainstreaming withing UNICEF Pacific, June 2010

An investigation into the role and status of Gender mainstreaming within UNICEF Pacific’s
2008-2012 Multi-Country Programme. |Download PDF|


Ending Violence against Women and Girls Literature Review and Annotated Bibliography

This is a summary of current literature showing data and evidence of the high prevalence and severity of violence committed against women by their intimate partners and by strangers in Pacific Island Countries. |Download PDF|


Sentinel Site Surveillance: Monitoring Vulnerability and Resilience in the Pacific

Sentinel Monitoring is a real time monitoring, to measure the impacts of the global economic crisis, food/fuel price increase and urbanization, on the most vulnerable in the Pacific, in terms of health, education, poverty and protection. |Tonga|   |Kiribati|   |Vanuatu|


Global Study on Child Poverty and Disparities , National Report Vanuatu

Vanuatu has a young population that is growing rapidly. A little less than half of all ni-Vanuatu are children. This study analyses poverty and disparities in well-being as they affect children in Vanuatu, using a multidimensional approach. |Download PDF|    |Download Policy Brief|


Vanuatu Import Monitoring Assessment

As the volume of imports to Vanuatu increases, ensuring the safety and quality of imported products has become an increasingly urgent challenge. This study was undertaken to identify opportunities to improve Vanuatu’s import monitoring system in order to better protect children and women from unsafe imports. |Download PDF|


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|

 


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. |Download PDF|


Protecting Pacific Island Children and Women during Economic and Food Crisies

Protecting Pacific Island children and women during economic and food crises is a work-in-progress. It is informed and continues to be informed by many people and information sources.

|Download the Executive Summary| |Download the Report|


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. |Download PDF|


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.|Download PDF|


Life in Vanuatu, Vanuatu Multiple Indicator Cluster 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)


Parlimentarian Advocacy Package Tonga

This package was formulated based on consultation conducted in March 2011with the Chief Executive Officers (CEOs), Deputy CEOs of the key ministries, National Statistics Office and civil society representing the vulnerable groups to highlight the key findings from the sentinel monitoring and possible policy and programmatic priorities for the parliamentarians. |Download PDF|

 


Joint Evaluation of the Pacific Conference on the Human Face of Global Economic Crisis (GEC)

As a pilot project of Advocacy Evaluation, a Joint Evaluation of the Pacific Conference on the Human Face of Global Economic Crisis (GEC) was undertaken in 2011 with a view to assess the impact, effectiveness, efficiency, coordination, sustainability and relevance of the GEC advocacy with a focus on the above conference and to draw lessons on a large scale advocacy work.  |Download PDF|


Urban Youth in the Pacific, Increasing resilience and reducing risk for involvement in crime and violence

Youth involvement in urban crime and violence in the Pacific is a topic that has received increased attention over the last few years. Tasked by the Forum Region Security Committee (FRSC), this is the first study to focus exclusively on the issue regionally and we welcome it as a contribution to policy and programme development. |Download PDF|


The State of the World’s Children 2009: Maternal and Newborn Health

The State of the World’s Children 2009 examines the current state of maternal and neonatal health, explores the fundamentals of a supportive environment for mothers and newborns, and outlines ways to strengthen efforts in support of primary health care. Download |PDF|


UNICEF Pacific at a Glance

This publication provides readers and partners a bird’s eye view of UNICEF Pacific’s priorities and how the agency works with partners to support government development strategies, with a special focus on improving the survival, development, protection and participation of children. |Download PDF|


The state of the Asia-Pacific Children 2008

The State of Asia-Pacific’s Children 2008 is a regional edition of UNICEF’s The State of the World’s Children 2008 report. Complementary to the global report, it examines child survival in Asia-Pacific and highlights the need to place child health at the heart of the region’s development and human rights agenda. |Download PDF|


Urbanization and Children in the Pacific

This report on urbanisation and children in the Pacific answers three specific questions: 

How does urbanisation affect children in the Pacific and how will it affect them in the future? 

Which stakeholders are already actively dealing with urbanisation issues across the Pacific?

In what way should UNICEF Pacific engage in this field? 


State of Youth Report 2005

This report is a collaboration between UNICEF, Pacific, the Secretariat of the Pacific Community and UNFPA to update ‘The State of Pacific Youth 1998’. The objectives are: to provide a report on current youth issues and trends in the situation of youth since UNICEF’s 1998 State of Pacific Youth report...|Download PDF|

 


 

 
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