Speech on World Population Day In English
Speech – 1
We have gathered you all here to discuss our plans for the celebration of World Population Day. Every year our hospital celebrates this day on 11th July. It is basically concerned with reiterating the human right formulated for family planning. The day was started by the United Nations to encourage events, activities and information to make this a reality as a worldwide right.
We are working with the aim of increasing the awareness of the people on the basis of population related to various issues like gender equality, maternal health, poverty, the need of population control and human rights as well as the importance of family planning. Price etc. Basically, World Population Day is celebrated globally by community organizations, business groups, and individuals in various ways. Various types of activities are organized like academic information sessions, seminar discussions, essay competitions, charts, slogans, quotes, banners, etc.
Although it is celebrated by the global community, it is not a public holiday. It is extremely important that everyone is aware of the importance and issues related to family planning and population control.
Being a member of a charitable hospital it is our social responsibility to prevent and empower the youth of today and thus we can celebrate World Population Day with different objectives. We want to provide them with detailed knowledge about sexuality and the importance of getting married at a mature age so that they can understand and fulfill their responsibilities together. We will also educate the youth by employing youth-friendly, informative and appropriate methods to avoid unwanted or unplanned pregnancies. We want to educate people so that gender stereotype discrimination can be removed from our society.
It is also important that today’s youth (especially women), if they get married at a young age, are aware of pregnancy-related ailments and problems. Thus we will educate them to raise awareness in rural, semi-urban and urban areas. We will also educate them about the various diseases which are sexually transmitted like HIV, AIDS etc. to prevent them and others from various infections.
We are focusing on gender equality across India especially in rural areas. Thus we are demanding the implementation of some stringent and effective laws and policies that protect the rights of the girl child. In addition, every child, regardless of gender and social status should have equal opportunities for education.
So we have concrete plans to travel to villages, remote areas, etc. and organize mobile schools for girls so that we can educate them and make them aware of population control. Our aim is not to suppress human rights as family planning and to decide the number of children but our aim is to raise awareness and make people aware of the benefits of a limited number of children so that parents can take care of their children. able to provide a good upbringing and girls do not need to compromise on basic standards of living like food, clothing, shelter, and education, etc.
Through this platform, we appeal to you to come forward and join hands in this social work and make your country more developed and self-reliant.
speech on world population day for class 1
Welcome to the celebrations of the 7th World Population Day. As you know every year we have been celebrating this day with equal enthusiasm and new theme. In 1989, the Governing Council of the United Nations Development Program recommended the celebration of World Population Day on 11 July with the aim of highlighting the importance and urgency of population related issues.
As you all know every year our NGO selects a topic on the basis of population and tries to create awareness about it. So this year’s theme is gender equality and girl’s safety. We have been fighting against female feticide since the inception of our NGO. Girls are as important as boys and perhaps even more so because the entire humanity depends on their existence and they help in maintaining the balance of our society. Until a few years ago, there was a big reduction in the number of women compared to men. Women were always suppressed due to increase in crime rate against women like murder for dowry, female foeticide, rape, illiteracy, gender-based discrimination etc. To equalize the boy-girl ratio, it is important that people start saving the girl child.
We travel to rural and semi-urban areas to identify cases where women, unfortunately, become victims of evil forces present in our society. Women trafficking, domestic violence, forced prostitution and female discrimination pose serious threats to women’s safety. So we try to provide possible help to the women who are living in disadvantaged conditions so that they can free themselves from these inhuman conditions. We also try to make them aware of the various acts implemented by the government such as gender equality, Domestic Violence Act 2005, proper education, ban on female infanticide, Immoral Trafficking (Prevention) Act etc. to keep them safe in the society.
Lack of education is one of the main reasons behind this ignorance. In today’s society, girls are earning high status and fame and making the nation proud at par with their male counterparts. Every child has the right to an education and to be independent. Population control and family planning teach parents to give birth to the right number of children so that they can give the right education to their children. It is also important that women who wish to avoid pregnancy use effective and safe contraceptive measures.
We have taken steps to educate women all over India especially in rural areas where there is a lack of awareness and enthusiasm among women. Some women do not want to discuss these matters because of fear and hesitation. We have such women partners who voluntarily work for the development of such women. They travel in groups, setting up mobile schools, health centers and information centers; Organize quizzes, debates etc. urging women to come out of their homes and participate in this mission.
Our NGO has done a lot of work for women’s development and there are many industrialists and business tycoons who are supporting us. Our main objective is to make women independent so that they can take important decisions of their own life like right marriageable age, right to childbirth, education right etc.
We appeal to young people to come forward and join this mission to make World Population Day a huge success.
speech on world population day for class 4
Good morning thank you all for coming on this occasion of World Population Day. Today I am going to give a speech on World Population Day.
World Population is celebrated on 11th July and today it is being celebrated all over the world. It aims to spread awareness about global population issues. People should be aware of various issues like importance of family planning, maternal health, poverty. According to statistics, the world population has reached 7 billion by 2016, which is really a serious issue for the world.
By the grace of God we have been blessed with many resources on earth but are we really able to maintain those resources or can we handle such resources. No we can’t do that much. For good future we need to control this increasing population.
The purpose of celebrating this day is also linked to health issues as every year women are entering the reproductive period and it is important to pay attention to reproductive health. People should be aware of family planning, use of contraceptives and safety measures that can prevent issues related to sex.
According to the recent study it was observed that youth between the age group of 15-19 are getting attracted towards having sex which is giving rise to sexually transmitted diseases.
By celebrating this day every year in lieu of the above facts it has been started to bring awareness to the people to lead a healthy life and protect our human rights.
Speech on World Population Day 2022
Good morning and thank you for accepting our invitation so soon!
Although you must be aware of the reason why we have gathered everyone here but for all those who are still thinking of being here I will share the purpose of this meeting with you very soon. In fact, we have received a letter from local agencies for the celebration of World Population Day initiated by the United Nations this year. This day is an annual festival celebrated every year on 11th July to promote the rights of the people as well as help them to plan their family in a better way. It supports events, activities and information to spread awareness among people so that they can exercise their rights and take proper decisions about their families.
Our organization is famous for celebrating World Population Day enthusiastically across the city. I am very happy to share that the local, as well as state government, has praised us for spreading awareness about our rights and talking about family planning.
Fortunately this time we have comprehensive plans apart from making people aware of their rights and responsibilities. We will also inform them about some of the diseases that may strike due to the non-planning of your family. We all know that marrying a girl at a young age is still prevalent in our country. Girls are expected to give birth to children from the time they get married and if they give birth to a girl, they are expected to give birth to a boy. This effort goes on till they give birth to a boy. Unfortunately, gender inequality is still a major issue in our country. People seldom realize that if a minor girl becomes pregnant she may have to go through many health problems and it can ultimately affect her own health as well as the unborn child which she wants. is about to give birth. Malnutrition is one of the most prominent diseases resulting from such pregnancies.
India is a progressive country and such bad habits are major obstacles in the way of India’s success. People have to understand that there is no difference between a boy and a girl. Girls are equally capable of making a family feel proud provided they are given continuous education and equal upbringing. Thus the goal of World Population Day is also towards gender equality and women empowerment.
It is important that women in rural and urban areas use effective and safe family planning methods to avoid pregnancy. Having accurate and complete information is very important in adopting a healthy life.
We are planning to set up health and information camps in different parts of the country especially in villages and rural areas. This year we are also planning to organize plays based on Hindu mythology and epic tales of Durga, Kali, Saraswati and other gods and goddesses. Village girls will be trained to participate in these plays. Our Indian culture has never differentiated between boy and girl, nor has it suppressed the rights of women. This is what we are trying to convey to the people across the country. In fact, India is a country where the Goddess is revered and prayed so little girls are also considered as an incarnation of Goddess Durga.
We hope this initiative will be welcomed by everyone. The local authority has also promised us monetary help. Though we have limited time but I am sure with your commitment and hard work it will prove to be a successful event.