Pakistani musician Shehzad Roy is the new brand ambassador for ‘Population, Family Planning’ in Pakistan.
Roy, who is known for his philanthropic work, and his music, has now unlocked another achievement by becoming the brand ambassador for population and family planning. Roy is the best choice to devise strategies for population control in the Prime Minister’s Office with his vigorous services in the field of education.
The news was announced by the Ministry of Health Services, Regulations and Coordination in a notification that said, “Reference to the 5th meeting of Federal Task Force on Population headed by honourable President of Pakistan, Mr. Shehzad Row, renowned singer and social activist has been named as honorary brand ambassador for population and family planning.”
The United Nations (UN) has projected that Pakistan’s population could reach unmanageable and alarming numbers of 403 million by 2050.
Pakistan is among the most overpopulated countries in the world, and it remains the fifth most populous country in the world. It is one of the massive issues of Pakistan today. The country is already failing to provide employment, water, food, electricity, gas, housing, clothing, public transport to its population of 207 million.
As per the World Food Programme (WFP), 60% of Pakistanis already live with food insecurity. The main causes of overpopulation are the decline in the death rate, poor contraceptive use, poverty, reduced mortality rates, lack of sex education.
How Can We Over Come Population?
We can overcome population if the government purposes similar solutions such as promoting empowering women, family planning, one-child legislation, government incentives etc.
Shehzad Roy Sends Musical Instruments to Boys from Viral Hunza Clip to Recreate Video After 10 Years. Read the full story here:
Pakistani singer Shehzad Roy, known for his kindness, has once again made it to the headlines for the very same reason. Shehzad was able to locate children from a 10-year-old clip from Hunza in which they are playing a beat just like a band but with disposed of material such as plastic cans, oil tins etc. The kids displayed real talent; they were creative with whatever items were available to them. While the 1-minute long clip made us all smile, it stayed with Shehzad.
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