World Population Day 2020: Do you know the history and how much the world's population will become by 2050
Hello Friends, World Population Day is celebrated every year on 11 July. It aims to awaken global consciousness on population-related problems. The entire world population has crossed 7.7 billion. It is believed that by 2025 it is expected to be 8 billion. is.
What is its history:
Celebration of World Population Day was started on 11 July 1989, it was decided to celebrate World Population Day to make people aware of the issues related to increasing population. The United Nations General Assembly decided to continue observing the day through its resolution 45/216 of December 1990.
Millions of people from many countries have to leave their home:
Let us tell you that due to the shadow of peace in many countries of the world, millions of people are being forced to leave their home country and live refugee life in other countries. According to the United Nations, 46 lakh people have been displaced in Afghanistan alone.
Talking about India, here more than 40,000 refugees are registered in the UN refugee agency UNSCR, according to an estimate there are 70 million people in the world who are forced to leave the country and live in another country.
Half of the world's population lives in these 9 countries:
Let us tell you that India, Nigeria, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Pakistan, Ethiopia, the United States, Tanzania, Uganda, and Indonesia will contribute the most for population growth from 2017 to 2050.
The total population of India is likely to be 164 by 2050:
United Nations Department Director John Wilmot recently said that the latest study has found that India’s population could increase by 27 million to 3:00 million in the next 30 years, according to which the total population of India by 2050 is 164 Estimated to be ten million