Number of passengers on Kiribati ferry sinking confirmed
In Kiribati, 88 people are now confirmed to have been on the sunken ferry.
Ten of that number are primary school children.
The boat sunk a fortnight ago after leaving the island of Nonouti for the capital Tarawa.
Only seven survivors have been found so far on board a wooden dinghy.
New Zealand, Australia and the USA are continuing air searches in the central Pacific and six vessels are also involved - but any hope of finding any further survivors is fading.
In an address Kiribati President Taneti Maamau called for the nation to pull together in a week of remembrance and prayer.