Population increase and its impact on individuals and society:
Rapid and irregular population growth has become a feature of the current era and the increase in population is linked to the increased need for food and public services at various levels, starting with a greater need for clean water and ending with healthy housing and its accompanying.
Population growth in developing countries is responsible for the lack of food, increased consumption, and the emergence of unregulated population gatherings in big cities, their lack of health services, clean water, sanitation, roads, and conditions for healthy housing, which has negatively affected the environmental, social and health reality and studies indicate an inverse relationship between population growth and individual health. Researchers' studies in this field have confirmed that the greater the population, the greater the need for demand for water consumed, wastewater increases and pollution increases.
Let us take an example of a family consisting of a father, mother and two children, the individual’s share in this family will be moderate, but if it becomes twice the number, this share will be halved and the family will bear additional additional burdens, so in order to preserve our country and the family, society and the surrounding environment, everyone in the community must play its full role, whether it is responsible or an ordinary citizen, because everyone is responsible for the progress and development of society and contribute to raising the country’s affairs, especially as we live in an era of challenges for this, negatives should be overcome, dreams and ambitions realized, serious work for development, attention to reproductive health, and maternal awareness of all matters related to the increasing population, and how their negative effects on the environment and society are reflected.