Pacific Population Information Network (POPIN-Pacific)
July 1991, with the title South Pacific Population Information Network (South Pacific POPIN), at a Consultative Workshop; formally accepted as a sub-regional network of Asia-Pacific Population Information Network (Asia-Pacific POPIN), Sep 1993, Port Vila (Vanuatu). Also referred to as Pacific POPIN. Based at The University of the South Pacific (USP). Ceased to exist.
Make decision makers, policy maker/politicians and planners aware of the importance of population information; provide access to timely and accurate population information for the media, health workers, teachers, researchers, students, academics and consultants; improve production, repackaging and dissemination of population information products and services to targeted groups of users.Available with paid subscription only.
Liaises with and acts as a central link with population users and producers.
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Members in 10 countries
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