Nauru Demographics

What is the population of Nauru?

Population 11,000
Population Growth Rate 0.58%
Urban Population 100%
Nationality Noun Nauruan(s)
Nationality Adjective Nauruan
Ethnic Groups Nauruan 58%, other Pacific Islander 26%, Chinese 8%, European 8%
Languages Spoken Nauruan (official, a distinct Pacific Island language), English widely understood, spoken, and used for most government and commercial purposes

Nauru Health Information

What are the health conditions in Nauru?

Contraceptive Prevalance Rate - female 15-49 35.6%
Death Rate - deaths/1,000 population 5.94
Drinking Water Source - percent of total population unimproved 3.7%
Drinking Water Source - percent of urban population improved 96.3%
Health Expenditures - percent of GDP 9.8%
Infant Mortality Rate - female deaths/1,000 live births 6.37
Infant Mortality Rate - male deaths/1,000 live births 10.74
Infant Mortality Rate - total deaths/1,000 live births 8.36
Obesity - adult prevalence rate 71.1%
Physicians Density - physicians/1,000 population .71
Sanitation Facility Access - percent of total population unimproved 34.4%
Sanitation Facility Access - percent of urban population improved 65.6%
Total Fertility Rate - children born/woman 2.98
Underweight - percent of children under five years 4.8%

Nauru Life Expectancy

How long do people live in Nauru?

Life Expectancy at Birth 66 Years
Life Expectancy at Birth - female 69 Years
Life Expectancy at Birth - male 61 Years
Median Age 25 Years
Median Age - female 24 Years
Median Age - male 25 Years

Nauru Infant Mortality - per 1,000 live births

Nauru median age, birth rate and death rates

Birth Rate - births/1,000 population 26
Death Rate - deaths/1,000 population 5.94
Median Age 25 Years
Median Age - female 24 Years
Median Age - male 25 Years
Net Migration Rate - migrant(s)/1,000 population -14.63
Population Growth Rate 0.58%
Sex Ratio 0-14 Years - male/female .79
Sex Ratio 15-24 Years - male/female 1.07
Sex Ratio 25-54 Years - male/female .99
Sex Ratio 55-64 Years - male/female .9
Sex Ratio at Birth - male/female .84
Sex Ratio of Total Population - male/female .91
Sex Ratio Over 64 Years - male/female .78

Nauru Medical Information

What are the health conditions in Nauru?

Medical Facilities and Health Information

There are few health care facilities available in the Republic of Nauru. Medical care for routine problems is adequate, but not up to the standards of industrialized countries. On occasion, basic medications can be difficult to obtain. Emergency response capability is extremely limited. Serious medical conditions requiring hospitalization and/or medical evacuation to the United States can cost thousands of dollars. Doctors and hospitals often expect immediate cash payment for health services.

Nauru Education

What is school like in Nauru?

Literacy Definition NA
School Life Expectancy - female 10 Years
School Life Expectancy - male 9 Years
Total School Life Expectancy - (primary to tertiary) 9 Years

Nauru Literacy

Can people in Nauru read?

Literacy Definition NA
Predominant Language Nauruan (official, a distinct Pacific Island language), English widely understood, spoken, and used for most government and commercial purposes

Nauru Crime

Is Nauru a safe place to visit?

Crime Information

Nauru has a low crime rate, but petty theft can occur almost anywhere. You should always exercise caution for your personal safety or the protection of your valuables when traveling abroad.

Don’t buy counterfeit and pirated goods, even if they are widely available. Not only are the bootlegs illegal in the United States, if you purchase them you may also be breaking local law.

The local equivalent to the “911” emergency phone numbers in Nauru are as follows:

Service Short code numbers

Police Emergency Service 110

Fire Emergency Service 112

Ambulance Emergency Service 111

Customer Care 123

Directory Inquiries 192

Nauru Penalties for Crime

Criminal Penalties

While you are traveling in Nauru, you are subject to its laws even if you are a U.S. citizen. Foreign laws and legal systems can be vastly different than our own. Foreigners should carry photo identification with them at all times. Respect any sites that for cultural or security reasons have warnings posted against photography. The country enforces driving under the influence of alcohol laws, and offenders may be taken to jail. These criminal penalties will vary from country to country. There are also some things that might be legal in the country you visit, but still illegal in the United States, and you can be prosecuted under U.S. law if you buy pirated goods. Engaging in sexual conduct with children or using or disseminating child pornography in a foreign country is a crime prosecutable in the United States. If you break local laws in Nauru, your U.S. passport won’t help you avoid arrest or prosecution. It’s very important to know what’s legal and what’s not where you are going.

While some countries will automatically notify the nearest U.S. embassy or consulate if a U.S. citizen is detained or arrested in a foreign country, that might not always be the case. To ensure that the United States is aware of your circumstances, request that the police and prison officials notify the nearest U.S. embassy or consulate as soon as you are arrested or detained overseas.

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