Introduction

Pakistan having a population of 17.03* million presents a challenge to address the issue of economic development and poverty reduction. such a heavy load of population, in the backdrop of low socio-economic indicators, not only dilutes the results of the development efforts but also creates unacceptable level of demand on limited resources to meet the requirements of additional population. Generating more resources for improving the living conditions thus becomes a difficult task. In the past, high population growth has significantly added in the population living below poverty line. Based on the present growth patterns and trends, the economy would not be able to sustain the growing population, and no improvement in the quality of life would seem possible even under the most favorable assumptions. Present Population trend is, therefore, a matter of deep national concern. Addressing high population growth should undoubtedly be a central issue in the overall planning perspective. The need to pursue an effective population Program at all levels can neither be ignored nor exaggerated. The major impact of rapid population increase is faced by the province of Punjab, which accommodates approximately 55.6 per cent of the total population with 26 per cent of the land area of the country....l more details l

 Birth Control

Types of Birth Control Methods

Birth Control Methods FAQs
 Mother & Child Care

Mother and Child Care (Urdu)

Breastfeeding

Global Strategy for Infant and Young Child Feeding

Post Delivery Stitches Care

Postnatal Depression

Postnatal Exercises

Postnatal Period

Routine childhood immunization schedule

 Initiative of the Minister for Population Welfare

Safe Mother Homes

Multipurpose Service Centers under Patronage of the Parliamentarians

 Cross-cutting Issues

Implementing Best Practices In Reproductive Health

Gender equality is good for health

WHO multi-country study on women's health and domestic violence against women

 Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs)

Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs)

Obstetric fistula (English & Urdu)

HIV : Human Immunodeficiency Virus

AIDS : Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome

Sexually Transmitted Infections Among Adolences.

Reproductive health strategy  (WHO)

Ageing and Sexual and Reproductive Health

Active Ageing: A Policy Framework (WHO)

Emergencies and Older People

Living Conditions and Health Status of the Elderly of Punjab 2009- (A Field Survey)

 
 
 
 
 
 
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