Which country is responsible for the biggest drop in fertility in the world?
Millions of people around the world are getting pregnant.
In many countries, the number of births has also dropped dramatically.
As of May 30, 2020, India has the world’s lowest fertility rate at 2.16 children per woman.
This is the highest in the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), with 1.85 children per women.
But despite this, India is also experiencing a dramatic drop in the number and number of children born to women.
According to the World Bank, the country has seen a decrease of 1.4 million births since 2014.
According for the latest World Health Organization (WHO) data, India had a birth rate of 2.21 in 2020.
The World Economic Forum, a think tank, says India is now ranked the 13th most populous country in the planet.
But this may be due to several factors.
Here is the latest data from the World Economic Report, a project of the International Centre for Strategic Studies.
It says that India’s fertility rate has fallen from 2.22 in 2020 to 1.81.
As you can see, India’s rate has not kept pace with population growth in the country.
But that doesn’t mean that India is failing to meet its population growth target.
Instead, India may be getting a bit too big.
Population Growth and the Fertility Rate There are many reasons for the fall in fertility.
For one, India isn’t growing fast enough to meet the global population growth rate of 6% per annum.
In 2020, the average population was about 9.7 billion people.
This number has fallen to 7.3 billion in 2020-2021.
This means that, despite having the world population at a record high of 8.4 billion people, India does not seem to be able to meet this new demand.
This has led to some of the other countries experiencing a drop in their fertility rates.
In the US, fertility fell from 4.5 in 2020, to 2.7 in 2020 and to 1 in 2021.
In Germany, the fertility rate dropped from 2 to 1 over the same period.
India, however, has managed to keep its population relatively stable.
The world is still growing, but it seems to be on a slow decline.
However, India can still see signs of slowing growth, which could be seen in its fertility rates, as of 2021.
A decline in fertility is not the only reason that India has fallen behind its neighbours in terms of population growth.
The country has also seen a rise in HIV infections and tuberculosis rates.
India is the only country in Africa that has the highest number of HIV cases in 2020 compared to 2020.
But there are also other factors that could be contributing to the drop in births and the population.
Population in India As of 2021, the population of India was estimated at 4.3 million, down from 4 million in 2020 (Table 1).
As of 2020, more than 2.2 million people were living in the rural areas of India, which was up from 2 million in 2021 (Table 2).
In 2021, India was also experiencing an increase in births, which has been attributed to a drop of 1 in 2020 of 2,721 children.
India has also witnessed a rise of tuberculosis cases.
The number of people living with tuberculosis in India in 2021 was 6.5 million, up from 6.3 in 2020; however, this figure has declined in 2021 to 4,724 cases.
While India has witnessed a drop and rise in fertility, it is still not as large as the OECD.
This may be because of different policies.
India also has a national health strategy, which is intended to provide healthcare to the country’s population at the cost of a reduction in the fertility rates and the number, and it is expected to keep it this way in the future.
There are also a number of other measures that could contribute to India’s decline in births.
These include the lack of investment in healthcare and other vital services, a large number of rural people, and a lack of literacy and access to education.
India can also be blamed for having a low birth rate in part because of the country being the poorest in terms for its per capita GDP.
According the latest Census Bureau data, the per capita income of the Indian people in 2020 was $2,531.
India’s GDP per capita is $8,734.
This puts India in the 12th lowest in the OECD, behind Japan ($8,064), Chile ($8.534), Greece ($819), and the Philippines ($827).
While India’s per capita gross domestic product is only $4,567, its per person GDP is over $18,000.
This makes India one of the most economically underdeveloped countries.
This could also be a contributing factor to India having a very low birthrate.
However the government has been pushing to increase fertility in order to combat