World Population Day is observed to increase awareness regarding the growing population worldwide and its impact on sustainability, health care systems, and environmental resources. The day was first celebrated in 1989, when the world's population reached 5 billion. Since then, the United Nations has been leading the effort to celebrate the day and promote awareness on population issues.
The day aims to encourage governments, organizations, and individuals to take action to address population-related issues. It aims to highlight the importance of family planning, reproductive health, and gender equality in achieving sustainable development goals. World Population Day also emphasizes the importance of educating people about population trends and their impact on the environment.
In the United Kingdom, World Population Day is observed with campaigns, events, and activities to raise awareness about global population issues. It is a day to share ideas and opportunities for individuals to help make a positive impact on the world's population issues. There are interactive workshops, conferences, and discussions that take place across the country to promote the importance of population issues. World Population Day is observed annually on July 11th.
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References and related siteswww.unfpa.org: UN Population Fund www.census.gov: Population Clock ourworldindata.org: World Life Expectancy United Nations: Population Day 2022