World Population Day
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World Population Day was first celebrated on July 11, 1989, at that time the world’s population had reached 5 billion, the purpose of celebrating this day is also to implement effective policies and measures to deal with the problems and challenges related to population.
What is World Population Day?
In the name of awareness, many programs were run in India, ‘Hum Do Hamare Do’ slogan was raised, but people see the ‘Hum Do Hamare Do’ board on the wall and forget it completely after going home and preparing for the third one. get involved in. Poverty, lack of education and unemployment in India are the important factors due to which this population explosion is happening every day.
According to the speed with which the population is increasing in the country, not only will the pressure of 400 million more people increase by 2026 on the country’s resources, but we will also overtake China in terms of population.
Why is World Population Day celebrated?
The main objective of celebrating World Population Day is to make people aware of the rapidly increasing population because this awareness gives the message of giving a better life to the new generations of human society.
The objectives of World Population Day are to raise public awareness on various population issues such as importance of family planning, gender equality, poverty, maternal health and human rights etc.
Even after continuous search by all the scientists of the world, till date no other planet like Earth has been found in the universe. Earth is the only place in the universe which is home to millions of species, not only humans, but to make life possible on this single most dense planet of the solar system, there are such natural resources like water, air, environment etc. which are not available on any other planet.
Earth is a priceless gift of nature to mankind. Instead of saving the natural resources found on earth, humans have exploited them fiercely due to their selfishness. To a large extent, the increasing human burden on the earth is also a reason behind this exploitation.