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Interrelationship between Population, Environment and Health

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Interrelationship  between Population, Environment and Health

Population, Health, and Environment ('PHE') is an approach to human development that integrates family planning and health with conservation efforts to seek synergistic successes for greater conservation and human welfare outcomes than single division approaches.

There is a deep relationship between population, health, and environment. Those subjects are not only related to each other but also to other important aspects that are very necessary for PHE in a close-knit relationship. They are so much interrelated that they are studied in the same subject as "PHE"(Population, Health, and Environment). If the population of a place is slightly increased or decreased then there will be a great change in the environment and the health condition of the people are disturbed. If the population of a place is good than the environment is also in good condition and if the environment is in good condition than the health condition of the people is also not disturbed.
Hence, by these abundant proofs, we can easily show or classify that there is a great interrelationship between the Population, Health, and Environment.
By Sujal Niraula
Adarsha School, Biratnagar

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