Solomon Islands percentage can't afford necessities

Items considered to be essentialLack, can't afford
Enough money to purchases goods (household)76%
Outdoor lesiure equipment (children)68%
Enough money to replace broken furniture (household)68%
Having own means of transport (household)64%
Money for hospital visits for family and friends (adult)54%
Get with family and friends for drink or meal (adult)51%
Have all prescribed medicines (household)48%
Presents once a year (adult)48%
New, properly fitting shoes (children)48%
Make regular savings for emergencies (household)48%
One meal with meat or fish daily (children)45%
Participation in school trips (children)44%
Two pairs of properly fitting shoes (adults)43%
Replace worn out clothes (adults)37%
Some new, not second-hand clothes (children)33%
A suitable place to study or do homework (children)33%
Small amount of money to spend each week (adult)31%
Celebrations on special occasions (children)30%
School unifrom and equiment (children)21%
Enoguh beds for every child (children)17%
Clothes forsocial or family occasions (adult)14%
Three meals a day (children)9%
Two meals a day (adults)3%