Apr 2, 2014

World Population Day 2014

World Population Day 2014 would be celebrated at Friday, on 11th of July.

World Population Day
World Population Day, the great event, celebrated all over the world annually on 11th of July. It is celebrated to increase the awareness of the people towards the worldwide population issues. It was first started in the year 1989 by the Governing Council of the United Nations Development Programme. Which was exalted by the interest of the public when the global population became near about five billion at 11th of July in the year 1987.
The following message “Universal Access to Reproductive Health Services” was distributed worldwide by the theme of 2012th World Population Day when the world population  was approximately 7,025,071,966. The great step was taken by the authority for more healthy society and sustainable future of the people. A crucial investment is made to fulfill the reproductive health care demands and supply. The step was taken for increasing the reproductive health as well as reducing the social poverty by reducing the population. It was the challenge for the development when the population on the earth has reached to around 7 billion in the year 2011. According to the decisions of  the Governing Council of the United Nations Development Programme in the year 1989, it was recommended that 11th of July every year should be noticed by the community globally and celebrated as the World Population Day in order to arise awareness and find out the real solutions to combat the population issues. It was started to focus the great attention of people towards the importance of population issues.
The aim of the Governing Council of the United Nations Development Programme is also paying great attention towards the reproductive health problems of the community as it is the leading cause of the ill health as well as the death of the pregnant women worldwide. It has been noted that around 800 women are dieing daily in the procedure of giving life. The  campaign of the World Population Day every year increases the knowledge and skills of the people worldwide towards their reproductive health and family planning. Around 1.8 billion youngsters are entering to their reproductive years and its very necessary to call their attention towards the primary part of the reproductive health.

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