The global population, which today numbers 5.5 million people, is closer to 12 million by the end of the next century. But by the year 2020, 26 years from today, there will be an estimated 2.5 billion people to eight billion people, an increase of about 100 million a year.
DATE OF ASSEMBLY Earth 2020 is the first step for the United Nations to take place on July 11 every year. This day aims to spread awareness about the explosive world and hence the importance of reproductive health. The population should be one of the leading problems in countries like China and India.
WHAT IS WORKING FOR WORLD UNION 2020?
The primary purpose of this program is to raise awareness of reproductive health problems in humans. This is because a large number of pregnant women are overwhelmed by poor reproductive health. Studies show that 800 women die every day as a result of childbirth. Therefore, the original purpose and significance of today is to urge more and more people to understand how to strengthen their reproductive health and focus on the importance.
International Citizens’ Day celebrates awareness; one tries to make people aware and learn about people’s problems. Human issues include things like family planning, human rights, the right to health, child health, gender equality, child marriage, the use of contraceptives, sex education, information about sexually transmitted disease, etc.
INSTALLING BREAKS IN COVID-19: HOW TO PROTECT YOUR HEALTH AND RIGHTS PROTECTION NOW: –
Officially, the COVID-19 epidemic has infected 12 million people and left more than half a million dead. But the total cost of the disaster is staggering. Health systems are already frustrated. The economy is closed. And women and girls are subjected to inconsistent behavior, and sexual and reproductive health services are being reduced and gender-based violence is on the rise.rise.8 worldwide. This year, UNFPA addresses the needs and pressures of women and girls in the midst of this global epidemic, as well as the necessary efforts to protect health and human rights.
“No organization or country can do this alone,” Dr. Natalia Kanem, UNFPA Executive Director, said in a statement.
All over the world, women face a wide range of high risks as a result of this epidemic. Front-line health workers – most of whom are women – face a direct risk of illness from COVID-19, for example.
But women and girls outside the health sector are also at greater risk. Those in need of sexual and reproductive health services may be concerned about exposure to the virus while seeking care – or may completely abandon care. Others have lost access to full care due to travel restrictions and restricted health services.
Many hospitals and health facilities are reporting a decline in the number of women and girls receiving sexual and reproductive health care, including maternity services, safer delivery services, and family planning.
UNFPA and its partners estimate that six months of high-quality health care disruption could lead to 47 million women in low-income and low-income women not receiving treatment, leading to some 7 million unintended pregnancies. The death toll for women is also expected to increase. UNFPA works to ensure the continued availability of health and reproductive services.
In The Gambia, for example, where the epidemic has reduced the number of women seeking health care, UNFPA provides gears to protect health workers, improves public-level communication on the disease, and ensures the continuation of family planning and childbirth programs.
Fatou Joof, a midwife at the UNFPA-sponsored Serrekunda Health Center, expressed relief that she was able to continue caring for maternal health while using preventive measures including a face mask. A recent UNFPA study highlighted that.