๐Ÿ‡ง๐Ÿ‡ช Total Fertility Rate of Belgium

1.60
Total Fertility Rate
9.98
Crude Birth Rate
116,799
Overall Births

The current population fertility rate of Belgium is 1.5989 births per woman. A 0.46% increase from 2023, when the fertility rate only was 1.5916 births per woman. In the future, Belgium's fertility rate is projected to increase to 1.6839 childern born per woman, by the year 2100. A total increase of the fertility rate of Belgium's by 5.32% from today's standard.

Historic Total Fertility Rate of Belgium (1950-2024)

Belgium has seen a decrease of the population fertility rate since the 1950's. From 2.3504 to 1.5989 births per woman, a decrease of -31.97% in total.

Year Total Fertility Rate (births per woman) Crude Birth Rate Overall Births
1950 2.3504 16.74 144,205
1951 2.2939 16.33 141,291
1952 2.3297 16.585 144,181
1953 2.3335 16.682 145,764
1954 2.3688 16.847 147,996
1955 2.3828 16.782 148,202
1956 2.403 16.808 149,217
1957 2.4517 17.027 152,019
1958 2.5013 17.198 154,487
1959 2.5672 17.423 157,576
1960 2.542 17.008 154,789
1961 2.6303 17.334 158,822
1962 2.598 16.869 155,547
1963 2.6755 17.125 158,932
1964 2.7086 17.159 160,299
1965 2.6138 16.461 154,745
1966 2.5174 15.852 149,880
1967 2.4081 15.238 144,824
1968 2.2998 14.675 140,083
1969 2.2735 14.666 140,555
1970 2.251 14.703 141,467
1971 2.2067 14.595 140,965
1972 2.0864 13.99 135,581
1973 1.9497 13.261 128,874
1974 1.833 12.645 123,172
1975 1.7415 12.193 118,953
1976 1.7269 12.252 119,688
1977 1.7086 12.273 120,050
1978 1.695 12.326 120,752
1979 1.6923 12.439 122,042
1980 1.6809 12.482 122,654
1981 1.6653 12.485 122,866
1982 1.6191 12.237 120,587
1983 1.5679 11.936 117,737
1984 1.5362 11.765 116,138
1985 1.5137 11.643 115,011
1986 1.5413 11.892 117,575
1987 1.543 11.918 117,969
1988 1.5664 12.079 119,782
1989 1.5818 12.162 120,828
1990 1.6214 12.401 123,472
1991 1.655 12.557 125,359
1992 1.649 12.397 124,108
1993 1.6056 11.946 119,887
1994 1.5632 11.501 115,701
1995 1.5632 11.365 114,634
1996 1.5907 11.414 115,441
1997 1.6039 11.36 115,236
1998 1.5971 11.161 113,567
1999 1.6181 11.152 113,865
2000 1.664 11.316 115,979
2001 1.6684 11.205 115,312
2002 1.6493 10.96 113,272
2003 1.668 10.983 114,030
2004 1.72 11.237 117,258
2005 1.7598 11.421 119,858
2006 1.7997 11.618 122,679
2007 1.8165 11.677 124,109
2008 1.8508 11.855 126,866
2009 1.84 11.758 126,685
2010 1.8577 11.85 128,589
2011 1.8168 11.575 126,480
2012 1.7968 11.438 125,850
2013 1.7571 11.185 123,860
2014 1.7398 11.071 123,414
2015 1.6986 10.811 121,285
2016 1.6835 10.72 121,005
2017 1.6489 10.505 119,292
2018 1.6215 10.336 118,034
2019 1.5871 10.114 116,136
2020 1.5652 9.961 114,894
2021 1.5831 10.051 116,448
2022 1.588 10.048 117,003
2023 1.5916 10.007 116,823
2024 1.5989 9.98 116,799

Future Total Fertility Rate of Belgium (2024-2100)

Belgium's positive upward trend in fertility rate is set to increase even further in the future. From 1.5989 to an average of 1.6839 children born per woman. An additional increase of 5.32% from 2024 to 2100.

Year Total Fertility Rate (births per woman) Crude Birth Rate Overall Births
2024 1.5989 9.98 116,799
2025 1.5973 9.891 116,038
2026 1.6003 9.827 115,564
2027 1.604 9.767 115,121
2028 1.6102 9.726 114,889
2029 1.6126 9.669 114,455
2030 1.6147 9.619 114,098
2031 1.6216 9.609 114,200
2032 1.6231 9.58 114,055
2033 1.629 9.586 114,338
2034 1.6342 9.602 114,716
2035 1.6364 9.609 114,990
2036 1.6383 9.622 115,321
2037 1.6372 9.621 115,468
2038 1.6417 9.652 115,984
2039 1.6436 9.662 116,244
2040 1.6481 9.679 116,577
2041 1.6491 9.664 116,510
2042 1.6501 9.637 116,278
2043 1.6511 9.597 115,878
2044 1.6502 9.535 115,187
2045 1.6577 9.512 114,960
2046 1.6553 9.426 113,940
2047 1.6542 9.343 112,944
2048 1.6517 9.252 111,828
2049 1.6576 9.209 111,282
2050 1.6568 9.134 110,322
2051 1.663 9.102 109,876
2052 1.6636 9.047 109,138
2053 1.6644 9.0 108,489
2054 1.6683 8.978 108,128
2055 1.6676 8.938 107,550
2056 1.6703 8.924 107,272
2057 1.6709 8.904 106,930
2058 1.6699 8.883 106,559
2059 1.6685 8.864 106,217
2060 1.6664 8.846 105,893
2061 1.6625 8.824 105,511
2062 1.6703 8.867 105,919
2063 1.6662 8.851 105,617
2064 1.6663 8.858 105,610
2065 1.6681 8.878 105,746
2066 1.6669 8.882 105,707
2067 1.6646 8.881 105,594
2068 1.668 8.909 105,847
2069 1.6653 8.902 105,685
2070 1.6654 8.908 105,671
2071 1.664 8.903 105,524
2072 1.6658 8.91 105,527
2073 1.6633 8.889 105,200
2074 1.6691 8.909 105,343
2075 1.6698 8.896 105,106
2076 1.6671 8.861 104,597
2077 1.6699 8.851 104,395
2078 1.6751 8.852 104,299
2079 1.6718 8.805 103,652
2080 1.6744 8.789 103,348
2081 1.6749 8.761 102,913
2082 1.6746 8.73 102,435
2083 1.6722 8.69 101,842
2084 1.672 8.662 101,403
2085 1.668 8.618 100,755
2086 1.6677 8.595 100,368
2087 1.6762 8.62 100,533
2088 1.6774 8.61 100,297
2089 1.6806 8.612 100,212
2090 1.6823 8.61 100,077
2091 1.6806 8.593 99,768
2092 1.6835 8.602 99,764
2093 1.6915 8.639 100,093
2094 1.6868 8.613 99,690
2095 1.679 8.573 99,129
2096 1.6885 8.622 99,606
2097 1.6867 8.614 99,425
2098 1.6863 8.615 99,333
2099 1.684 8.605 99,128
2100 1.6839 8.606 99,051

How is Total Fertility Rate calculated?

A population's fertility rate is most commonly calculated as Total Total Fertility Rate or TFR for short. The Total Total Fertility Rate (TFR) is a standard demographic indicator that is used internationally to estimate the average number of children born per woman in a population. It is calculated by adding up all the age-specific fertility rates, multiplying this sum by five (the width of the age-group interval), and then dividing by 1,000.

Total Fertility Rate Formula

Total Total Fertility Rate = (Sum of ASFR x 5 ) / 1,000

Data Information

Data found on this page is based on the medium fertility variant of the United Nations Revision of World Population Prospects 2022.

Data Sources

The United Nations - Department of Economic and Social Affairs (Population Division)

UN Revision of World Population Prospects 2022

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