Redressing Gendered Health Inequalities of Displaced Women and Girls

University of Southampton


ReGHID has been co-produced through longstanding and systematic dialogue between partners, culminating in a project inception workshop in April 2019 at the University of Southampton.

The project is delivered by an interdisciplinary and international consortium that unites leading academics from health economics, political science, demography and social statistics, international development, human rights, gender studies, anthropology, migration and public health. Participants are drawn from leading research institutions in Central and South America region (Honduras, El Salvador, Brazil, Colombia and Mexico), the Universities of Southampton and York.

It also brings together major UN and NGO agencies from the fields of migration, displacement, aid and development, and builds on their experience to support development and aid programmes, thereby generating research and advocacy for more effective and inclusive reproductive health service delivery in the area of SRH needs and rights.