Every July 11th is World Population Day. World Population Day aims to raise awareness of various demographic issues, such as family planning, gender equality, poverty, maternal health and the importance of human rights. Dr. K.C. Zachariah suggested this day, when he was a senior demographer at the World Bank, the population had reached 5 billion. Celebrate World Population Day at the international level by organising various events and events to attract the attention of the masses and work together on population growth. Activities include seminar discussions, educational information conferences and composition competitions.

In terms of population, the largest countries in the world are China and India. Both countries now have a population of more than 1 billion. The United States ranks third with less than 325 million residents.

Theme of World Population Day 2020:

This year’s theme is based on safeguarding the health and rights of women and girls around the world, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Celebrating World Population Day goals:

  • Celebrate World Population Day to protect and strengthen young men and women such as boys and boys
  • Provide them with detailed knowledge about sexual behaviour and postpone marriage until they can understand their responsibilities
  • Educate youth to avoid unintended pregnancy by taking reasonable and beneficial measures for youth
  • Educate people to eliminate gender stereotypes in society
  • Educate them about pregnancy-related diseases to raise public awareness of the risk of premature delivery
  • Promote sexually transmitted diseases (STD) to them to prevent various infections
  • Require the implementation of some effective laws and policies to protect the rights of girls
  • Ensure that boys and girls have equal primary education

 There are 7 standards designed to support family planning:

  • Provision and access: Every country must ensure that everyone can use and access family planning goods and services.
  • Acceptable: Contraceptive measures and information must be communicated in a dignified manner while respecting modern medical ethics and culture.
  • Good quality: Family planning information must be accurate.
  • Smart decision: Everyone must be given full autonomy to make reproductive choices, free from pressure, coercion or false statements.
  • Privacy and confidentiality: Everyone must have the right to privacy when seeking family planning information and services.
  • Participation: States should ensure that individuals actively participate in decisions that affect them, including health issues.
  • Accountability: Everyone, including leaders and policy makers, must be accountable to the people for all their efforts to realise the human rights of family planning.

 Top 10 most populous cities in the world by 2020:

 The following lists the ten most populous cities in the world:

  • Tokyo (population: 37,435,191)
  • Delhi (population: 29,399,141)
  • Shanghai (population: 26,317,104)
  • Sao Paulo (population: 21,846,507)
  • Mexico City (population: 21,671,908)
  • Cairo (population: 20,484,965)
  • Dhaka (population: 20,283,552)
  • Mumbai (population: 20,185,064)
  • Beijing (population: 20,035,455)
  • Osaka (population: 19,222,665)



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