World Population Day 2022 is an event held on July 11 every year. It is a plan to make people around the world aware of the problems with the population. The main purpose of World Population Day 2022 is to draw attention to important issues such as child marriage, gender equality, human rights and the importance of family planning.
A report says there are about 7.96 billion people in the world right now, and that number is expected to grow by nearly 8.5 billion by 2030.
World Population Day theme in 2022
The theme of World Population Day 2022 is for a universe of 8 billion people hoping for a strong future for everyone that gives everyone freedom and choice.
According to the theme, there are about 8 billion people on Earth, but not all of them have the same rights and opportunities. Many people still face harassment, discrimination and violence because of their sexual orientation, gender, race, class, religion, disability or country of origin.
World Population Day 2022 is an opportunity to draw attention to the fact that overpopulation, human rights violations and gender inequality have become major problems in developing countries.
The History of World Population Day
In 1989, the Board of Directors of the United Nations Development Program instituted World Population Day. It started after Five Billion Day on July 11, 1987, when the world’s population passed 5 billion for the first time. Then it was decided that World Population Day should be celebrated around the world so that more people can learn about the growing population.
In 1990, the UN General Assembly passed Resolution 45/26 to commemorate World Population Day. They also decided to continue to celebrate World Population Day to raise awareness of population issues.
World Population Day 2022 Meaning
The purpose of World Population Day is to make people aware of how important population issues are and how important it is to manage them. This year people will talk about family planning, poverty, sexual equality, civil rights, maternal health and other things.