Why the fertility rates vary around the world

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Why the fertility rates vary around the world

What are the different population fertility rate
Crude Birth Rate: the number of births, per 1000 people in the population, per year .
General Fertility Rate: it is an index of the number of live births in a year dived by the number of women aged between 15 and 49.
Total Fertility rate: the average number of children born to a woman duringher lifetime

They are different reasons for why the fertility rates is various around the world, I m going to put them into theme
1. Status of women (level of education)
2. Type of residence
3. Level of available health care
4. Cost for having children
5. Pressure from the government
6. Conclusion

I) The status of women (level of education)

The graphshow that the women who have follow a completed secondary education have a lower fertility rate than the women who have completed a primary education or the women who do not have any education
It seems than women who had the opportunity to took the education have less children.
The women who have been educated might wish to go to university after they have completed any education cycle .If awomen goes to university that will delay the aged when they will having children ,by delay the time the having children that also affect the number of children they can have in this certain amount of time
The later a woman marries, the fewer children she will likely have.
Also if they been educated they will know than they don’t need to have so many children.
Average, women marry or start aliving in a stable union at the age of:
In the Africa continent 20 years old in the Europe continent 23 years old in the north America continent 23years old in the south America continent 22 years old in the Asian continent 21 years oldin the Oceania continent 23 years old

II) Type of residence

The graph show than if you live in a slum or in the country side you will have tend to have more children than if you live in a non-slum.
The family living in a rural area will attempted to have children becausethey might need them to work with then (eg : children can help to run a farm ) or because the health care is less important in the rural area so they have more children in case if some of them died of Infant mortality or any other disease , in non-slum area most of the young children have access to vaccinations so they can fight all of this disease.
Families in urban areas spend about the sameamount on their children as do families in rural areas. However, transportation and health care cost more in rural than in urban areas.
Also more you live close to a city more the house who are around the city are expensive and if you have lot of children you need to have a bigger house and you will need to spend more money on the house so you won’t be able to provide the best for the future ofyour children (and parents always try to give the best to their child).

III) Level of available health car

This map show the number of habitants per doctors, as you can see Africa and India have the highest number of habitants per doctors.
In the developed country the total of fertility rate in normally lower than the country underdeveloped that can be explain by : in the developed country...
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