Social Samosa takes a look at the World Population Day campaigns 2018 as brands create awareness around #FamilyPlanning, the theme for this year.
11th of July is observed internationally as World Population Day. Every year, brands all over the world dedicate this day to raising awareness about the ever-increasing and urging people to put an end to this rampant population explosion through the various digital and social media campaigns. With #FamilyPlanning as the theme for this year, brands came up with innovative and interesting campaigns. Here are some of the World Population Day campaigns 2018.
— Flipkart (@Flipkart) July 11, 2018
2. United Nations
50 years ago, family planning was declared a human right. Yet, 59M people still use traditional methods that are unreliable & may be unsafe. See some examples on Wednesday's #WorldPopulationDay: https://t.co/hWtNXMW6Uh pic.twitter.com/xFNPAnZtDE
— United Nations (@UN) July 11, 2018
— moneycontrol (@moneycontrolcom) July 11, 2018
4. History TV18
#DidYouKnow the world population increases by 100 million approximately every 12-14 months? The world population reached 7.5bn on April 2017, and increased to 7.6bn as on May 2018. #ThisDayInHistory @UNDP #WorldPopulationDay pic.twitter.com/0DrKiBvzJ0
— HISTORY TV18 (@HISTORYTV18) July 11, 2018
5. SriLankan Airlines
— SriLankan Airlines (@flysrilankan) July 11, 2018
6. State Bank of India
Empowering women and men to embrace parenthood on their terms. On World Population Day, SBI encourages you to have the conversation to plan your family.#SBI #StateBankofIndia #WorldPopulationDay #WPD2018 pic.twitter.com/HJluH3T6E9
— State Bank of India (@TheOfficialSBI) July 11, 2018
7. Big FM
— BIG FM UP (@BigFMUP) July 11, 2018
8. Bidco Africa
— Bidco Africa (@BidcoGroup) July 11, 2018
9. World Health Organization
Today is #WorldPopulationDay.
Over 200 million women of reproductive age in developing countries who want to avoid pregnancy are not using a modern contraceptive method.
— World Health Organization (WHO) (@WHO) July 11, 2018
10. Durex India
— Durex India (@DurexIndia) July 11, 2018
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