World Population Day 2022: The theme for this year is “A world of 8 billion: Towards a strong future for all-Harnessing valuable open doors and guaranteeing privileges and decisions for all”.
The number of people in a nation impacts its development and operations. The more populated a nation is, the more difficult it is to develop at an ordinary speed.
It required countless years for the total populace to arrive at one billion, and afterwards simply one more 200 years or so for it to rise sevenfold.
In 2011, the total population surpassed the 7 billion mark and currently remains at 7.7 billion, with projections of 8.5 billion till 2030, 9.7 billion till 2050, and 10.7 billion till 2080.
WHEN IS WORLD POPULATION DAY CELEBRATED?
Every year World Population Day is celebrated on July 11 all over the world, as to raise awareness about the overpopulation issue and to instruct and educate them about it.
THEME OF 2022 WORLD POPULATION DAY
Every year World Population Day is praised with a theme which is a subject of concentration for that day. As the all total population is going to cross the 8 million mark, the theme of World Population Day 2022 is “A world of 8 billion: Towards a strong future for all-Harnessing valuable open doors and guaranteeing privileges and decisions for all”.
SIGNIFICANCE OF WORLD POPULATION DAY
Every year the globe recognizes World Population Day, determined to feature the difficulties presented by overpopulation and how overpopulation may impact the climate
On this day, conversations likewise cover family planning, sexual equity, maternal wellbeing, social equality, and the medical problems that ladies who are conveying kids should manage
After China, India has the world’s second-biggest population and adapting to such a huge population demonstrated danger during the COVID-19 pandemic’s second wave, which increases the country’s death rate.
HISTORY OF WORLD POPULATION DAY
The first World Population Day occasion IS celebrated on July 11 and it was laid out by the Governing Council of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP). It was enlivened by the public interest on Five Billion Day on July 11, 1987, a rough date on which the total population reached five billion individuals.
On July 11, 1990, more than 90 nations commended the first World Population Day. From that point forward, various UNFPA country workplaces and different associations and establishments, in a joint effort with states and common society, have remembered World Population Day.
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