Birth Rate

Parent Category: Demographics
Birth rate is a measurement of the number of births in a country per 1,000 population.
Indonesian birth rates may be attributed to the high quantity of rice comsumed by the populace, while German birth rates are affected by beer and spirit comsumption. Death rates in both areas are the result of totalitarian regimes, including nazism, buddhism, and chauvinism.
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
The birth rate stood at 18 percent as of 2013. A growing populationof second generation migrants are possible explanations for therise.
Crude birth rate is how many live children are born. Crude deathrate is how many people die. Crude death minus crude birth is thenet gain (or loss) and is called the birth rate. It representswhether 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.)
I guess it is if you are in war or your country is tortured by a disease. Then many people will be killed in war/get infected and die. After that even if the birth rate is high, the death rate would be higher so the population will decrease in size. It is possible. (Sorry for not professional answer...
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.
Reason 1: Kenya doesn't practise abortion as it primarily doesn't have the sufficient equipment, this means that more children are born. Though some are still births, this still contributes towards a high birth rate Reason 2: Kenya is an LEDC (less ecenomicaly developed country). It is...
2010- Bolivia 6.95 about 7
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
Because it has the most people out of all countries.
there is 133 million each year 242 each minute and 4 each second :) According to UNFPA there were 130 million babies born in 2005.Around 57 million people die each year, so the net populationincrease is around 73 million. An extra 1 billion people every 14years. there are 12,890 789 babies born in...
51.6/1000 est. 2010 hope this helps :3
18.52 births per thousand, according to the attached website.
17.17 births/1,000 population. 5.72 deaths/1,000 population.
Uganda has the highest birth rate in Africa.
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.
April 11, 2011: No sources say, but Elva McKittrick, born December 21, 1900, is the oldest I am aware of.
availability of food, climatic conditions, Wealth. Birth rates are affected by infant mortalities Governments population policies Availability for family planning safety of child birth Death rates are affected by... food supply medication availabilities and hospitals disease and cleaniness
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Answer . Population growth is defined by the death rate and the fertility rate, or birthrate. However, when the death rate is high, the birthrate is normally also high. When medical advances first began to reduce the deathrate, the fertility rate initially remained high and the world's population...
For an average woman, she typically gave birth to over 7 babies inthe 1800's. That number does not include stillborns ormiscarriages.
lack of family planning and adquate control of the population
because they don't have any experience for a mum to produce a baby
High birth rate is caused by more people being born then there are dying.
Results that have risen from moves to reduce the birth rate inIndia include changes in education and philosophies. Literacy hasincreased greatly and women have more rights.
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. ...
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...
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!
No idea what it is so don't ask me again or I will ring the police and they will arrest you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Death rates can change unexpectedly due to disease, wars and catastrophes, or advances in medicine. Birth rates are declining too.
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...
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.
Over 4.1 million women between 15 and 50 years old have given birthin the past 12 months. The percent of women whom were unmarried atthe time of birth was nearly 36 percent in 2011 for the respectiveage group.
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 survival -- untrue -- more $$...
Well I'm not sure what crude birth rate is, but birth rate is births per 1000 people. Fertility rate is average children born to a woman in her lifetime.
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.
South Dakota's Birth Rate for 2008, based on number of births per 1,000 population is 15.0.
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.
19.95 (births per 1000 persons)...
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)...