Replacement level fertility
is the total fertility rate -- the average number of children born per woman -- at which a population exactly replaces itself from one generation to the next, without migration.
The minister, however, also applauded the fact that population has shown a decline since 2011 and the country is very close to achieving the replacement level fertility
rate of 2.
It was further explained that if the expansion in service delivery is materialized as envisioned in the policy the Department would be able to achieve the accelerated fertility decline thus resulting in achieving Replacement level fertility
It is called Replacement Level Fertility
and the report argues that many countries have reached this level or are on their way to achieve it, except for Africa.
Noting that members of more privileged ethnic groups have achieved replacement level fertility
by combining traditional method use with abortion as a backup--largely because of the limited range of modern methods available and lack of counseling on how to use them effectively--the authors suggest that improved family planning services will be needed to complete Vietnam's fertility transition.
He said that there vision is to achieve replacement level fertility
by 2020 through expeditious completion of demographic transition that entails decline both in fertility and mortality rates.
0 children, slightly below replacement level fertility
However, the total fertility rate is still far below the replacement level fertility
states that replacement level fertility
is currently estimated at 2.
For instance, amid plunging EU birth rates, France has produced replacement level fertility
rates of around 2.
Similarly, relatively poorer and more populous countries like India, Indonesia, and Bangladesh are nearing replacement level fertility
and may get there before the end of this decade.
But if fertility were to fall below replacement level fertility
to about 1.