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The University of Southampton
Centre for Global Health, Population, Poverty & Policy (GHP3)

Research

GHP3 aims to shed light on the key processes underlying population change (fertility, mortality and migration) and the links between population, economic development and the environment. In this context population and vulnerability to climate change is a key theme. 

Our five central themes are:

Global health

Global Health is concerned with the health of populations in a global context and our research’s main focus is to provide evidence for achieving health equity within and between countries. Read on!  

Population

GHP3 aims to shed light on the key processes underlying population change (such as fertility, mortality and migration. It aims to find the links between population, economic development and the environment. Population and vulnerability to climate change is a key theme. Learn more!

Poverty

Poverty does not just mean a lack of money, although that is what is commonly considered to be 'poor'. Although this is a vital aspect, poverty can relate to a lack of health, shelter or education, for example. Read more!

Policy

GHP3 aims to inform the development of public policy to alleviate poverty and improve global health. Learn how!

Opportunities and Choices

The Opportunities and Choices Programme focuses on research into reproductive health in countries, with a special emphasis on poverty and equity. The programme aims to provide evidence-based research to improve the availability, quality, and efficiency of reproductive health services in resource poor environments. Find out more!

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