Speech -1 on World Population Day
We have gathered all of you here to discuss our plans for the celebration of World Population Day. Every year our hospital celebrates this day on 11th of July. It is basically related to repeating the human rights prepared for family planning. This day was started by the United Nations so that events, activities and information can be encouraged to create reality in the form of rights around the world.
We are working to raise awareness of people about the increase in awareness, gender equality, maternal health, poverty, population control and human rights as well as on the basis of population related to the people related to various issues related to family planning. Value etc. In fact, World Population Day is celebrated globally by individuals in community organizations, business groups and in various ways. Various types of activities like academic information sessions, seminars discussions, essay competition, charts, slogans, quotes, banners etc. are organized.
Although it is celebrated by the global community, it is not a public holiday. It is very important that everyone is aware of the importance and issues related to family planning and population control.
Being a member of a charitable hospital, today we have social responsibility to stop and empower our youth and in this way, we can celebrate World Population Day with various objectives. We want to give them the importance of sexuality and the importance of getting married in a mature age so that they can understand and fulfill their responsibilities together. To avoid unwanted or unplanned pregnancies, we will educate the youth by employing appropriate, informative and appropriate methods of youth. We want to educate people so that the gender discrimination of our society can be overcome. It is also important that today's youth (especially women), if they are getting married at a young age, are aware of pregnancy problems and problems. In this way we will educate them for raising awareness in rural, semi-urban and urban areas. We will also educate them about various diseases which are transmitted like HIV, AIDS etc. so that they and others can be prevented from various infections.
We are focusing on gender equality across India, especially in rural areas. In this way we are demanding implementation of some stringent and effective laws and policies which protect the rights of the girl. Apart from this, every child should have equal opportunities for education despite gender and social status.
Therefore, we have concrete schemes for the visit of villages, remote areas, and mobile schools for girls so that we can educate them and make them aware of population control. Our objective is not to have a personal preference to suppress human rights as family planning and to determine the number of children, but our objective is to raise awareness and make people aware about the benefits of limited children so that parents can provide good upbringing and girls There is a need to compromise on the basic standard of living, food, clothing, shelter and education. The authors do not do this.
Through this forum, we appeal to you to come forward and work towards this social work and make your country more developed and self-reliant.
Speech -2 on World Population Day
Welcome to celebrate 7th World Population Day. As you know every year, we have been celebrating this day with the same enthusiasm and new topic. In 1989, the Governing Council of United Nations Development Program recommended the purpose of celebrating World Population Day on July 11 with the aim of highlighting the importance and urgency of population issues.
As you all know, every year our NGO selects a topic based on population and attempts to create awareness about it. So this year's theme is related to gender equality and girl's safety. Since the establishment of our NGO, we are fighting against female feticide. Girls are as important as boys and probably even more because whole humanity relies on their existence and they help in maintaining the balance of our society. Compared to men a few years ago, the number of women decreased significantly. Due to increase in crime rate against women, women were always pressed for murder, female feticide, rape, illiteracy, gender discrimination etc. for dowry. To equal the ratio of boys and girls, it is important for people to start saving the girl.
We travel in rural and semi-urban areas to identify such cases where women are unfortunately the victims of the worst forces present in our society. Women's smuggling, domestic violence, forced prostitution and women's discrimination have become a serious threat to the safety of women. Therefore, we try to provide the possible assistance to those women who are living in disadvantaged situations so that they can free themselves from these inhuman conditions. We also endeavor to make them aware about the various acts implemented by the government by the Gender Equality, Domestic Violence Act, 2005, Proper Education, Prevention of Female Child Marriage, Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act etc, so that they can be protected in society.
The lack of education behind this ignorance is one of the main reasons. In today's society, girls are earning high positions and fame and are proud of the nation as their male counterparts. Every child has the right to get education and to be self-sufficient. Population control and family planning help parents to give birth to the right number of children so that they can get the right education for their children. It is also important that women who want 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 issues because of fear and hesitation. We have female associates who voluntarily work for the development of such women. They travel in groups, establish mobile schools, health centers and information centers; Arrange quizzes, debates, etc. so that women are asked 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 professionals who are supporting us. Our main objective is to make women independent so that they can make important decisions in their own life, such as right marriageable age, child rights, education rights etc.
We appeal to young people to come forward to make World Population Day a very successful and join the mission.
Speech -3 on World Population Day
Thanks for all of you on this occasion of Good morning World People's Day. Today I am going to give a speech on World Population Day.
The world population is celebrated on 11th July and today it is being celebrated all over the world. Its aim is to spread awareness about global population issues. People should be aware of various issues like family planning, maternal health, importance of poverty. According to statistics, the world's population has reached 7 billion by 2016, which is a serious issue for the world.
With the grace of God, we have received blessings of many resources on earth but are we really capable of maintaining those resources or can we handle such resources. No, we can not do so much. We need to control this growing population for a good future.
The purpose of celebrating this day is also linked to health issues as women are entering the reproductive period every year and it is important to pay attention to reproductive health. People should be aware of the use of family planning, contraceptives and safeguards which can prevent issues related to sex.
According to recent studies, it was seen that young people between 15-19 age group are getting attracted towards making sex, from which sexually transmitted diseases are being born.
By celebrating this day every year instead of the above facts, people have started to live a healthy life and raise awareness about the protection of our human rights.
Speech -4 on World Population Day
Good morning and thanks for accepting our invitation so soon!
Although you should know about this reason why we have gathered everyone here but for all those who are still thinking about being present here, I will soon share the purpose of this meeting with you. Actually we have received a letter from the local agencies for the celebration of World Population Day which was started by the United Nations this year. This day is an annual festival celebrated on 11th July every year for the promotion of people's rights and is also celebrated to help in planning their family better way. It supports events, activities and information to spread awareness amongst the people so that they can use their rights and make appropriate decisions about their family.
Our organization is famous for celebrating World Population Day enthusiastically throughout the city. I'm very happy to tell that the local and also the state government have praised us for spreading awareness about our rights and talking about family planning.
Fortunately this time we have comprehensive plans besides informing people about their rights and responsibilities. We will also inform them about some of the diseases which can attack your family due to non-employment. We all know that marrying girl in our country is still very popular. Girls are expected to give birth to their children only after marrying them and if they give birth to a girl then they are expected to give birth to a boy. This effort goes on until they give birth to a boy. Unfortunately, gender disparity in our country is still a major issue. People rarely realize that if a minor girl becomes pregnant then she may have to undergo many health problems and it can eventually affect her own health as well as her child born in her womb, which she Give birth Malnutrition is one of the most prominent diseases caused by such pregnancy.
India is a progressive country and such bad habits are major obstacles in the way of India's success. People will have to understand that there is no difference between the boy and the girl. Girls are equally capable of feeling a family proud, provided they are given continuous education and equal care. Thus, the goal of World Population Day is towards gender equality and women's empowerment.
It is important that women in rural and urban areas should use effective and safe family planning methods to avoid pregnancy. It is very important to have accurate and complete information 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 stories of Durga, Kali, Saraswati and other Goddesses and Gods. The girls of the village will be trained to participate in these plays. Our Indian culture has never discriminated between boys and girls, nor has he pressured women's rights. This is what we are trying to express to people across the country. Indeed, India is a country where the Goddess is considered to be revered and prayer is done, hence the little girls are considered to be the incarnation of Goddess Durga too.
We hope that this initiative will be welcomed by everyone. We have also promised the local authority to provide financial support. Although we have limited time but I am sure that your commitment and hard work will prove to be a successful event.