Though many countries on the globe have become successful in bringing down the death rate, but couldn’t control the birth rate. The dropping economy has started taking its toll on the birth rates across the world, but still women in many developing countries are giving birth to more number of children.
Various factors such as education, race, ethnicity, religion and age of the woman can play vital role in influencing the birth rate of a specific place. In economically backward countries like Niger, Uganda, Mali and Zambia, children are considered as assets, as when they grow up they can work and become a financial source for the family.
To allocate the required resources for children and nurture them to have a higher education, most of the parents in highly developed countries such as United States, United Kingdom, Germany and Russia choose less number of children.
The infographic gives information about few developing countries and their child birth rates.
Generally the birth rate of a country is measured by considering number of births for every 1000 people of the country’s population. In Republic of Niger, the average birth rate is 50.60 children per every 1000 persons. The current population of the country is 17,129,076 and it is project ted that the populace of Republic of Niger is growing at 10 times.
Republic of Uganda stands next to the Republic of Niger in terms of birth rate with an average birth rate of 47.38 per every 1000 persons. The Republic of Mali, Republic of Zambia, Burkina Faso and Federal Republic of Somalia are few other countries where the populace is growing at a rapid pace.