|Type||Journal Article - Environment and Urbanization|
|Title||The myth exploded: urban poverty in the Pacific|
This paper describes how the extent and intensity of urban poverty have been under-estimated in the Pacific and how urban poverty’s many dimensions - in health, housing and living conditions and school attendance as well as incomes - not fully acknowledged. The first part of the paper reviews urban poverty in the whole region while the second looks in more detail at urban poverty in Fiji. A concluding section suggests new initiatives needed to address urban poverty.
|»||Fiji - Population and Housing Census 1986 - IPUMS Subset|