Author: none@none.com (Lubna Naz)

With Pakistan’s population exceeding 240 million, urgent reforms are necessary to combat the impending threats of poverty and inequality. As the global population surpasses 8 billion, South Asia grapples with significant demographic shifts, particularly in countries like India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh. Pakistan faces challenges like strained resources, extremism, and climate change vulnerabilities. Fertility rates — a tale of uneven strides Pakistan’s high fertility rate, at 3.6, remains the highest in South Asia, impacting its demographic reality. While family planning initiatives have seen some progress, disparities persist, with poorer segments experiencing higher fertility rates. Young, uneducated, and overlooked Child labor and…

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