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Birth Rate

Parent Category: Demographics
Birth rate is a measurement of the number of births in a country per 1,000 population.
im Not a Pro But I Think That BABYS DIE OFTEN CAUSE OF WEIGHT PROBLEMS,BREATHING PROBLEMS ETC. AND GERMANS DIE FROM ALL THE CRAZY STUFF THEY DO
Crude birth rate is how many live children are born. Crude death  rate is how many people die. Crude death minus crude birth is the  net gain (or loss) and is called the birth rate. It represents  whether or not deceased people are "replaced".
The Philippines's birth rate is 25.68 % in 2010, down from 26.3 % in 2003. Meanwhile the death rate is 5.06% in 2010, down from 5.60% in 2003.
19.13 births/1,000 population (2011 est.)
More people are having baby's. Also we have more medicine for diseases now, then back in the olden days (so people are getting healthier). go green
China currently has a law that limits each married couple to having only one child. There are certain exceptions to this law.
For the age band 0-14, the boys:girls ratio is estimated as 1.13:1.
Presumably Vatican City has a birth rate of zero. :)
According to cia.gov, the birth rate in 2009 was 15.1 births / 1000 population
Less developed countries have a high birth rate because they do not have a birth control unlike other countries in the world.Hope this helps
Birth rate is the amount of baby's per 1000 people living in a given area
17.17 births/1,000 population. 5.72 deaths/1,000 population.
Discounting any emigration/immigration, growth rate is birth rate minus death rate.
15.6 per 1,000 in 2012, which as of April 2014 are the latestfigures available.
According to page 2 of the Related Link below, the birth rate in 1800 America was 55 per 1,000 and the death rate was 27 per 1,000.
availability of food, climatic conditions, Wealth. Birth rates are affected by infant mortalitiesGovernments population policiesAvailability for family planningsafety of child birthDeath rates are affected by...food supply medication availabilities and hospitals disease and cleaniness
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For an average woman, she typically gave birth to over 7 babies in  the 1800's. That number does not include stillborns or  miscarriages.
Well I am not sure but I think Its because many years ago there were big illnesses like Smallpox and plague with no cures but now those diseases are rare and we have big health care which means more people are being cured. However a rise in the birth rate is right to. I am not entirely sure. High...
The birth rate of Brazil is 18.72 (2008)   https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/print/br.html     For fun and games go to www.aimeesgames.piczo.com
The Birth rate increased after ww1. As soon as what was left of the men came back from the war the first thing that happens is that the men and woman try to make up for lost time This has always been the case after a disaster of any kind has decimated a population. there is an increase in births to...
358,192 in one day About 700 children. It may seem less but it's 765 because twins are born every 10 minutes. The answer is increasing every minute. But a good figure is 490,000 new births every day.Every day in 1997, about 365 000 babies were born, and about 140000 people died, giving a natural...
Birth rate : 27.98 births/1,000 population (2009 est.) Death rate : 5.11 deaths/1,000 population (July 2009 est.) Additional information at the link below . Please go to heart to heart and donate money or give anything you can to a warehouse close to you!
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countries become over crowded and we may run out of food sourses or resorces.
A common trick question. The answer, of course, is Vatican City.It actually is unknown if Vatican City has the lowest birth rate because no statistics are shown for the country, although it seems like the most likely answer. Based on statistics, as of 2011, Monaco has the lowest birth rate of Europe...
Vermont has the lowest birth rate in the U.S. as of 2002, at 47.93 live births per 1000 women. Maine and New Hampshire follow, at 49.08 and 51.49 live births per 1000 women respectively.
  lack of knowledge about birth control / family planning >>lack of contraceptives >>low/ no education >>lack of gov policies that encourage small famillies --poor gov high infant mortality rate >>parents think that in producing more offsprings, more chance of...
The highest birth rate is in China and the highest infant mortality rate is in Sierra Leone.
2.9 before the one child policy was introduced
Birth rate (i) Improvement in health and medical facilities help in increase of birth rate. (ii) Decrease in death rate.Death rate(i) When birth rate decreases death rate increases.
By having more kids. In poor countries mostly, they have a high birth rate because they arn't educated about it. In richer countries like the USA, some women might want to start a career and not have children until they are 30.
because birth rates and death rates relate to population. the birth rate shows how much a population is increasing, and death rates show how much a population is decreasing. when you average the two out, it will give you the population(:
49.15 (births per 1000 persons)...
Punt Land sited of Somalia population 3.254ml life at
the birth rate of Pakistan in 2009 is 3.6.
24.68 (births per 1000 persons)...
23.44 (births per 1000 persons)...
23.31 (births per 1000 persons)...
23.25 (births per 1000 persons)...
23.18 (births per 1000 persons)...
23.11 (births per 1000 persons)...
Traditionally country's that have a population that is still largely involved in primary production tent to lean towards larger family's as this tack tends to guaranty more security into the future for the family. As living standards improve and spare time education and money become more available...
22.51 (births per 1000 persons)...
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21.92 (births per 1000 persons)...
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16.97 (births per 1000 persons in 2009)...
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in 2009, the birth rate was 12.7 per thousand of the population in France. Each woman in the (theorical) generation spectrum has a average of 1.99 children.
12.36 (births per 1000 persons)...
11.97 (births per 1000 persons)...
11.20 (births per 1000 persons)...
Hungary's birth rate in 2009 was 9.51/1000, very close to those of Greece and Bulgaria.
23.0 (births per 1000 persons)...
A country can help increase a decline in birth rate by offering  incentives to young people and to couples to have children: tax  breaks for families; debt forgiveness (if there is high student  loan or credit card debt); money to aid in buying necessary items  to care for babies; government...
The birth rate is the number of children born in a year as a share of total population. Birth rates have important short and long-term effects. Essentially, a higher birth rate will increase the population in the short-term simply because more children are born. More importantly, it will increase...