Acta Scientific Women's Health (ASWH)(ISSN: 2582-3205)

Editorial Volume 2 Issue 5

Population Control and Women Health

Yunis Khushi*

International Relations Department, Lahore Garrison University, Pakistan

*Corresponding Author: Yunis Khushi, International Relations Department, Lahore Garrison University, Pakistan.

Received: February 29,2020; Published: April 04, 2020


  Asian, African, South American and other poor regions of the globe are being extremely overcrowded due to high population growth rate and the material resources of these regions are being choked, which ultimately affects the quality of life for the masses of these regions and is also affecting the health and life span of women of these regions. More than 50 per cent population of these regions does not have basic facilities like potable water, basic education, proper health facilities, proper, decent and suitable housing, decent clothing and nutritional food. The living standards of the people of these regions are very poor and majority of them lives below the poverty line.





Citation: Yunis Khushi. “Population Control and Women Health”. Acta Scientific Women's Health 2.5 (2020): 01.


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