Sustainable Development Goal 01 - No Poverty

"End poverty in all its forms everywhere" : Poverty in the Pacific is focused on hardship and lack of economic opportunity and social exclusion. While food and extreme poverty remains relatively low, an estimated one in four Pacific islanders are likely to be living below their country’s basic-needs poverty line (BNPL). Children are especially vulnerable to poverty and inequality because of their dependency on adults for care and protection, and for food. Deprivation and lost opportunities in childhood can have detrimental effects that may persist throughout a child’s life. If a child does not receive adequate nutrition, stunting may result, and intellectual development may be impaired. Poorly nourished children are more vulnerable to disease, tend to perform worse in school, and less likely to be productive adults.

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Alternate Identifier
  • Population below international poverty line (1.1.1)
  • Employed population below international poverty line (1.1.1)
  • Population below national poverty line (1.2.1)
  • Proportion living in poverty in all its dimensions according to national definitions (1.2.2)
  • Population covered by at least one social protection floor/system (1.3.1)
  • Children covered by social protection (1.3.1)
  • Population with severe disabilities collecting disability social protection benefits (1.3.1)
  • Population covered by labour market programs (1.3.1)
  • Mothers receiving maternity benefits and benefits for newborns (1.3.1)
  • Population above retirement age receiving a pension (1.3.1)
  • Poor population covered by social protection floors/systems (1.3.1)
  • Population covered by social assistance programs (1.3.1)
  • Population covered by social insurance programs (1.3.1)
  • Unemployed receiving unemployment benefits (1.3.1)
  • Vulnerable population covered by social protection floors/systems (1.3.1)
  • Employed population covered in the event of work injury (1.3.1)
  • Proportion of population living in households with access to basic services (1.4.1)
  • Direct economic loss attributed to disasters (1.5.2)
  • Countries with legislative and/or regulatory provisions been made for managing disaster risk (1.5.3)
Version 1.0
DCAT Type dataset
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Publisher Name SPC
Topic Official Statistics