Thursday, Apr 18, 2024

Report Predicts Sharp Decline in Global Fertility Rates

A recent report indicates that by the end of the century, the majority of births will occur in low to lower-middle-income countries, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa.
The study, published in The Lancet, suggests fertility rates will drop below population maintenance levels in most countries, leading to a stark divide. Countries with a 'baby boom' are likely to face increased economic and political challenges, according to IHME's Stein Emil Vollset.

The research, part of the Global Burden of Diseases Study and incorporating data up to 2021, projects that 97% of 204 countries will have fertility rates below the replacement threshold by 2100. Notably, more than half of the world's births will be in sub-Saharan Africa.

Global fertility rates have decreased from 5 children per woman in 1950 to 2.2 in 2021, with 54% of countries already below the replacement level. Countries like South Korea and Serbia are seeing rates below 1.1 child per woman, foreshadowing potential workforce shortages.

Lower fertility rates in affluent countries may be due to increased female education and career opportunities. However, the decline also emphasizes the need for better access to contraception and education in many regions. As populations contract, immigration may become crucial for economic stability.

The study's authors acknowledge limitations in their data, particularly due to the COVID-19 pandemic's impact.

Doug 28 days ago
Yes you should get help if you took it .A good place to start is FLCCC,and look up Dr P Kory .The life you save may be your own
Oh ya 28 days ago
Well lower birth rates are one of the known 192 side affects of the clot shot that the stupid people took .Africa and such countries had lower uptake because of being poor .there is a real good map on the net that shows the countries in Africa that took the death jab opposed to those that did not , regarding to their death rate .if you took it get treated


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