There are 180 million people living in the six GCC countries, Iran, Iraq and Yemen. Half of them are under 24.

saudi children (1)The region of the Gulf and the Arabian Peninsula consists of nine countries, the six GCC countries: Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, as well as Iran, Iraq and Yemen. Together these nine countries have a combined population of approximately one hundred and eighty million people. Around half of them are under 24 years old.
The Oxford Gulf and Arabian Peninsula Studies Forum (OxGAPS) works to increase knowledge of the region, its challenges and potential and offers a space for interaction between those from the region and others interested to learn about it, in the City and University of Oxford and beyond.

If you are studying in Oxford, or plan to do so in the near future, and are from the Gulf and the Arabian Peninsula or interested in the region get in touch with us at office@oxgaps.info

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2 Responses to There are 180 million people living in the six GCC countries, Iran, Iraq and Yemen. Half of them are under 24.

  1. 180 million people and half of them are under 24 years old , I think this is a strong reason to have new arabian scientests , allso it’s a big chance for the that countries to have it own knowledge , any ways it’s a good new but they should benefit from this info….

  2. 180 million people and half of them are under 24 years old , I think this is a strong reason to have new arabian scientests , allso it’s a big chance for the that countries to have it own knowledge , any ways it’s a good new but they should benefit from this info…

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