Total fertility rate

February 11, 2023 0 Comments

The total fertility rate (TFR) is a more accurate measure of fertility than the crude birth rate (CBR), which does not take into account changes in the age structure of the population. The TFR for Pakistan is expected to decline from 3.6 births per woman in 2020 to 2.4 in 2050. This decrease is due primarily to declining mortality rates, as well as increases in female education levels and urbanization (all of which lead to lower desired family sizes).

While Pakistan’s population is growing at a slower pace than in the past, it is still projected to increase from about 207 million people in 2020 to nearly 350 million by 2050. This growth will be driven mainly by increases in life expectancy and declining mortality rates; however, even with these declines, Pakistan’s population will still be young relative to other countries in the region (and the world). In 2020, about 45% of Pakistanis are projected to be under the age of 15; this share is expected to fall slightly, but remain higher than 40%, through 2050.

Pakistan Fertility Rate 2100

Pakistan’s fertility rate is expected to reach 5.1 births per woman by the year 2100, according to a new study. The research, which was conducted by the Population Council and published in the journal Science, used data from Pakistan’s Demographic and Health Survey (DHS) to projection the country’s future fertility rates. The DHS surveys women of reproductive age about their contraceptive use, pregnancies, births, and other health indicators.

The data from these surveys were used to create a model that projects Pakistan’s future fertility rates under different scenarios. Under the “high” fertility scenario, Pakistan’s fertility rate would reach 5.1 births per woman by 2100. This would happen if current trends in contraceptive use and desired family size continue.

Under the “low” fertility scenario, Pakistan’s fertility rate would reach 3.4 births per woman by 2100. This would happen if there was an increase in contraceptive use and a decrease in desired family size. The study found that Pakistan’s total population is expected to nearly quadruple by 2100, regardless of which fertility scenario plays out.

However, the population growth under the high fertility scenario would be more than twice as fast as under the low fertility scenario.

Pakistan Fertility Rate 2030 Pakistan’s population is growing at a rate of 2.4% per year, and the country is projected to have a population of over 340 million by 2030. The total fertility rate (TFR) in Pakistan is currently 3.8 children per woman, which is higher than the global average of 2.5 children per woman. Pakistan has one of the highest TFRs in the world, and it is expected to remain high in the coming years.

The high TFR is due to a number of factors, including early marriage, lack of access to contraception, and poverty. The government of Pakistan has made some efforts to reduce the country’s high fertility rate, but these efforts have been largely unsuccessful. In 2005, the government launched a National Population Policy with the goal of reducing the TFR to 2.1 children per woman by 2015.

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