LeMeheux aggressively examines the causes of “under-development” while passionately and scientifically investigating youth unemployment, education modernization, poverty, exclusion, conflict, integrated approaches to rural development, protection of resources, illiteracy, tribal/cultural bias, poor governance, peace-buidling, gender issues, socio-economic challenges, especially community development and community organization on the local, national and global levels. It also evaluates and assesses various sectors of national economies, especially social sectors. It investigates methods of obtaining sustainable food production and food security.

Global Sexual Reproductive Health and HIV/AIDS

health_imgLemeheux, in its analyses and applications, strives to unearth the nexus between reproductive health, poverty, and structural problems in our social and economic institutions; and in the process, development policies and research analytics will contribute to the prevention of HIV/AIDS and other preventable diseases.