Niue Millennium Development Goals 2006 Report

Published on 31 Dec 2006
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Niue, a single small island microstate in the Pacific, is the world's largest raised atoll (250 sq km) with one of the world's smallest populations; 1,625 people in 2006. Niue faces challenges inherent in its small size, limited natural resources, geographical isolation from global markets, devastating impact of natural disasters such as Cyclone Heta in 2004, declining population numbers and continuing dependence on regional airlines for transport links to the world.

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