Tag Archives: Island Reports 2012

Island Report image Teeraina

Teeraina

A report on Teeraina, population 1,690, a very isolated, but fruitful and peaceful island with a Island Report image Teerainafreshwater lagoon.

Teeraina Island Report 2012 (pdf, under 1000KB)

Feedback on this Teeraina Island Report is welcome, please email us your comments or suggestions.

A more complete, but less up to date, report:

Teeraina Social and Economic Report 2008 1 of 2 (pdf, under 1000KB)
Teeraina Social and Economic Report 2008 2 of 2 (pdf, under 1000KB)

Island Report image Banaba

Banaba

Island Report image Banaba

Banaba Island.

A report on Banaba, once the centre of Kiribati’s phosphate industry but now a very isolated island with a population of just 295.

Banaba Island Report 2012 (pdf under 1000KB)

Feedback on this Banaba Island Report is welcome, please email us your comments or suggestions.

A more complete, but less up to date, report:

Banaba Social and Economic Report 2008 1 of 2 (pdf, under 1000KB)
Banaba Social and Economic Report 2008 2 of 2 (pdf, under 1000KB)

Arorae Island.

Arorae

Arorae Island.

Arorae Island.

A report on Arorae, the southernmost of the Gilbert Islands and home to 1,279 people, almost all of whom are Protestant.
Arorae Island Report 2012 (pdf, under 1000KB)

Feedback on this Arorae Island Report is welcome, please email us your comments or suggestions.

A more complete, but less up to date, report:

Arorae Social and Economic Report 2008 1 of 2 (pdf, under 1000KB)
Arorae Social and Economic Report 2008 2 of 2 (pdf, under 1000KB)

Kiribati Protestant Church at Bakaka Village, Tamana

Tamana

Kiribati Protestant Church at Bakaka Village, Tamana

Kiribati Protestant Church at Bakaka Village, Tamana

A report on Tamana, a small atoll with no lagoon, whose 951 residents have a reputation for being hardworking and staunchly Protestant.
Tamana Island Report 2012

Feedback on this Nonouti Island Report is welcome, please email us your comments or suggestions.

 

A more complete, but less up to date, report:

Tamana Social and Economic Report 2008 1 of 2
Tamana Social and Economic Report 2008 2 of 2

 

Tabiteuea South.

Tabiteuea South

Tabiteuea South.

Tabiteuea South.

A report on Tabiteuea South, population 1,298, separated from Tabiteuea North by a string of tiny islets and governed separately.

Tabiteuea South Island Report 2012 (pdf <1000KB)

Feedback on this Tabiteuea South Island Report is welcome, please email us your comments or suggestions.

 

A more thorough 2008 report is also available (pdf, each file under 1000KB):

Tabiteuea South Social and Economic Report 2008 1 of 3
Tabiteuea South Social and Economic Report 2008 2 of 3
Tabiteuea South Social and Economic Report 2008 3 of 3

 

Nonouti Island.

Nonouti

Nonouti Island.

Nonouti Island.

An Island Report on Nonouti Island, which translates to ‘wake up early to go fishing’. Population: 2,683.

Nonouti Island Report 2012 (pdf, under 900KB)

Feedback on this Nonouti Island Report is welcome, please email us your comments or suggestions.

A more complete, but less up to date, report:

Nonouti Social and Economic Report 2007 1 of 3
Nonouti Social and Economic Report 2007 2 of 3
Nonouti Social and Economic Report 2007 3 of 3