Until now, the governments of Nigeria, Bangladesh, Indonesia think population problems already appeared in their country. Pakistan should do more to solve it.
Nigeria: free contraception, taking steps to discourage people who are looking to have large families.
Pakistan: some people want a new law for controlling the population.
Bangladesh: given much stress on the population control by identifying it as one of the main problems of the country. Some people will help the government.
Indonesia: family planning education and program, looking forward for meeting its 2025 target of reducing fertility rates to 2.1 children per woman.
The Nigerian government has been doing its best to help curb a rapid growth in population. They have offered free contraception over the past 10 years or so and they have even started taking steps to discourage people who are looking to have large families. The government is banking on smaller families as a way to secure financial salvation in the future. They are looking toward territories like Thailand – another area with large population growth issues – as a model for their current strategy.
Nigeria Population, World Population Review
Pakistan: Almost no now, yes in 1950s.
... the current population of Pakistan is nearly 210 million. It is expected that the population of Pakistan can cross 300 million by 2050 which is an alarming situation for Pakistan. ... Family planning is an issue where Pakistan is not concerned. It is the responsibility of the government to implement new laws for controlling the population and there should be some strict rules for family planning. Population is the root of every destruction in the country.
"Population problems","Pakistan Today", Sameen Abid, Turbat
... In the late 1950s the Pakistan government initiated a family planning program. The program has trained medical and paramedical personnel in family planning, added family planning services to existing medical centers, planned for a National Research Institute of Family Planning, employed mobile units to reach outlying areas, conducted limited clinical studies on some contraceptives, and used mass media advertising. Only India and Japan are doing more with government-sponsored family planning. A weak organizational structure and an inadequate number of trained personnel are the main weakness of the program. It is too early to assess the success of the program. A 10-point reduction in annual birth rates will be considered successful.
"Population and population policy in Pakistan", "Marriage Fam Living" 1963 Feb;25(1):62-8. W P Mauldin
However, the government of Bangladesh has given much stress on the population control by identifying it as one of the main problems of the country. So, we should help the government in this respect.
"Population problem in Bangladesh Paragraph, Composition and Essay", Ontaheen
Indonesia: yes, but not very successful.
Unfortunately, Indonesia's attempts at family planning education and population control have not been very successful, and it's hard to say how sustainable the country's growth will be.
Indonesia Population 2020 (Live), World Population Review
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Family planning efforts have stagnated in Indonesia over a decade of democratic rule and the world’s fourth most populous country risks squandering a so-called demographic dividend that a youthful, productive population should deliver. ... "The family planning program needs revitalization ... and we can safely say that if the total fertility rate isn't reduced soon, Indonesia's demographic bonus will not be achieved." Indonesia failed to meet its 2014 target of reducing fertility rates to 2.1 children per woman, the family planning agency has said. Health officials now hope the target can be reached by 2025.
"Indonesia to face opportunity, risk as population grows by a third", Reuters, Kanupriya Kapoor