According to U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, the new babies increasing the number enter a world of contradiction, with luxury and utmost poverty. On Monday 2011, Asia welcomed the world’s sign “seventh billion baby”. However, it also seems that celebrations were treated by the worries as the humanity’s population is putting on the breakable planet. Russian government is showering gifts on chosen newborns and the Ivory Coast is swung on a comedy show. As per U.N. Population Division, at every second two babies are born. The world wide population is calculated to hit the eight billion in about 14 years and 10 billion by the end of the century. As much as the population increases the chances of poverty, poor financial status, over burden over the planet increases.
With the global population proposed to have ranged over seven billion this month. A report found that extra finances in youth and reinforcing sameness between men and women are necessary in deciding the forthcoming formulation. One main problem with world population maturation is that most of it is happening in countries having poor financial status, where families tend to be bigger and living conditions more hard. In fast-growing India, for example, only 31 percent of the population has the best approach to a working toilet, according to a new report from the United Nations.
According to UN predictions, by 2023 the world’s population will have ranged 8 billion people with the superlative population growth happening in poor countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America. Many nations are marking the juncture today with lavish ceremonies for their newborns. In the Philippines, people sunniness as Danica May Camacho was born two minutes after midnight in Manila. Population scientists aren’t precisely confident when the world’s population reaches the seven billion mark, but the United Nations is symbolically marking the day on 31st.