What Is The Main Reason Of Increasing Death Rate Today In Pakistan?

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Osman Sabir Profile
Osman Sabir answered
I think increasing death rate has following factors:

1. Most of the population is living without basic health facilities.

2. Life saving drugs are very high in price, and 40% of Pakistanis are living under poverty line. Means 40% people can't save their lives due to high prices and this percentage is increasing day by day.

3. No highly-professional medical facilities are available at rural areas so Mothers and New Born babies are dying more in case of minor complications.

4. Due to usage of Dirty water as drinking water Hepatitis B,C and D is spreading in society very fast  from last few years which is increasing deaths.

5. No concept of Safe Sex in Illiterate masses which increasing AIDS and death rate is getting high dramatically.

6. Very less awareness about road safety which increases accidents on roads and thousand of people dying every year.

7. Unnatural deaths during Bomb Blasts, violence and building collapse are also taking part in increasing death rate in Pakistan

So from above points some are the reasons of instant killing and some work like silent killer....but both are increasing death rate in Pakistan

So for me ignorance for  Health and care is the main cause of increasing death rate
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
The situation of maternal, newborn and child health in Pakistan is one of the poorest in South Asia. Despite some improvements in the 1990s, Pakistan has lagged behind many of it neighbors in terms of health and population outcomes. The infant mortality rate of 78 per 1000 live births and a recently calculated maternal mortality rate of 276 per 100,000 live births are both higher than other neighboring South Asian countries. Very high fertility rates, a high unmet need for family planning and very low rates of skilled birth attendance are some of the fundamental underlying causes for the poor health of women and children in Pakistan. There are numerous additional factors affecting this situation, including political instability, poor governance, rising religious conservatism and militancy, a vastly under-resourced public social sector, and a poorly functioning public sector health service delivery system at the district level.
Infant mortality rate: Total: 65.14 deaths/1,000 live births
male: 65.24 deaths/1,000 live births
female: 65.05 deaths/1,000 live births (2009 est.)
Infant mortality rate Rank Percent Change Date of Information
2003 76.53 33 2003 est.
2004 72.44 36 -5.34 % 2004 est.
2005 72.44 37 0.00 % 2005 est.
2006 70.45 37 -2.75 % 2006 est.
2007 68.84 33 -2.29 % 2007 est.
2008 66.94 32 -2.76 % 2008 est.
2009 65.14 32 -2.69 % 2009 est.
Definition: This entry gives the number of deaths of infants under one year old in a given year per 1,000 live births in the same year; included is the total death rate, and deaths by sex, male and female. This rate is often used as an indicator of the level of health in a country.
Population:   200,800,000 (2009 est)
Growth rate:   2.2% (2009 est)
Birth rate:   31 births/1,000 population (2009 est)
Death rate:   8 deaths/1,000 population (2009 est)
Life expectancy:    63.39 years (2009 est)
Male:   62.4 years (2009 est)     â€“female: 64.44 years
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
In his point of view the increaseing pollution e,g water, air,land , and any other thing unclean food and less increaseing medical treatments in specific in rular area, rular of basic need pure water and pure enviorment in the urban area.
felix mordi Profile
felix mordi answered
Reasons for increased death rate in Pakistan is:

1 Some of the hospitals are not well equipped.

2 Ignorance on the part of indigestion on health programs.

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