๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡น Total Fertility Rate of Guatemala

2.32
Total Fertility Rate
20.64
Crude Birth Rate
373,431
Overall Births

The current population fertility rate of Guatemala is 2.3176 births per woman. A -1.53% decrease from 2022, when the fertility rate was 2.3536 births per woman. In the future, Guatemala's fertility rate is projected to decrease to 1.7202 childern born per woman, by the year 2100. A total decrease of the fertility rate of Guatemala's by -25.78% from today's standard.

Historic Total Fertility Rate of Guatemala (1950-2023)

Guatemala has seen a decrease of the population fertility rate since the 1950's. From 6.8809 to 2.3176 births per woman, a decrease of -66.32% in total.

Year Total Fertility Rate (births per woman) Crude Birth Rate Overall Births
1950 6.8809 51.117 158,460
1951 6.9061 51.453 163,948
1952 6.9233 51.478 168,695
1953 6.9454 51.409 173,265
1954 6.9579 51.178 177,308
1955 6.9717 50.786 180,890
1956 6.9881 50.399 184,574
1957 6.9954 49.954 188,143
1958 6.9828 49.309 191,017
1959 6.9692 48.728 194,063
1960 6.9553 48.189 197,532
1961 6.9329 47.764 201,611
1962 6.8902 47.219 205,257
1963 6.8688 46.941 210,145
1964 6.8473 46.633 214,971
1965 6.8229 46.36 220,025
1966 6.7993 46.331 226,367
1967 6.7538 46.065 231,533
1968 6.7065 45.792 236,742
1969 6.6554 45.54 242,049
1970 6.6002 45.174 246,722
1971 6.5463 44.939 252,161
1972 6.5111 44.646 257,096
1973 6.4868 44.416 262,547
1974 6.4585 44.292 268,743
1975 6.4101 44.068 274,281
1976 6.3683 43.928 279,779
1977 6.3186 43.748 284,869
1978 6.2611 43.526 290,495
1979 6.2162 43.358 296,550
1980 6.1708 43.353 303,970
1981 6.1207 43.039 309,462
1982 6.0571 42.717 314,310
1983 5.9765 42.29 318,526
1984 5.8552 41.242 318,958
1985 5.7294 40.423 321,250
1986 5.6632 40.096 327,433
1987 5.6387 40.018 335,675
1988 5.6211 40.036 345,051
1989 5.5593 39.742 352,014
1990 5.4803 39.171 356,502
1991 5.3772 38.65 361,429
1992 5.3141 38.418 368,687
1993 5.2537 38.069 375,056
1994 5.1909 37.794 382,238
1995 5.1051 37.349 387,863
1996 5.0077 36.766 391,754
1997 4.9063 36.228 395,916
1998 4.8004 35.777 400,984
1999 4.6871 34.914 401,118
2000 4.5825 34.505 406,154
2001 4.5021 34.143 411,106
2002 4.3706 33.227 409,264
2003 4.25 32.249 406,252
2004 4.1339 31.397 404,259
2005 3.9743 30.438 400,462
2006 3.8447 29.658 398,396
2007 3.7159 29.195 400,490
2008 3.5708 28.43 398,030
2009 3.4649 27.934 398,938
2010 3.3752 27.525 400,830
2011 3.2924 27.198 403,938
2012 3.2186 26.91 407,582
2013 3.151 26.336 406,634
2014 3.088 26.077 410,334
2015 3.0288 25.834 414,042
2016 2.9727 25.541 416,628
2017 2.8572 24.791 411,557
2018 2.743 23.929 403,834
2019 2.6101 22.858 391,582
2020 2.4836 21.816 378,935
2021 2.3948 21.12 372,146
2022 2.3536 20.861 372,335
2023 2.3176 20.635 373,431

Future Total Fertility Rate of Guatemala (2023-2100)

Guatemala's negative downward trend in fertility rate is set to decrease even further in the future. From 2.3176 to an average of 1.7202 children born per woman. An additional decrease of -25.78% from 2023 to 2100.

Year Total Fertility Rate (births per woman) Crude Birth Rate Overall Births
2023 2.3176 20.635 373,431
2024 2.2905 20.439 375,341
2025 2.2546 20.128 375,208
2026 2.2344 19.933 377,122
2027 2.1959 19.561 375,439
2028 2.1688 19.274 375,207
2029 2.1511 19.06 376,214
2030 2.1272 18.782 375,783
2031 2.1099 18.553 376,184
2032 2.093 18.321 376,343
2033 2.07 18.026 375,033
2034 2.0608 17.839 375,811
2035 2.0416 17.554 374,314
2036 2.024 17.265 372,539
2037 2.0069 16.964 370,292
2038 2.003 16.759 369,949
2039 1.9899 16.467 367,498
2040 1.9717 16.131 363,802
2041 1.9584 15.836 360,823
2042 1.9433 15.533 357,412
2043 1.9302 15.253 354,308
2044 1.9153 14.965 350,811
2045 1.9048 14.718 348,068
2046 1.8955 14.485 345,489
2047 1.8856 14.253 342,757
2048 1.8778 14.044 340,406
2049 1.8716 13.853 338,337
2050 1.869 13.695 336,958
2051 1.8598 13.496 334,413
2052 1.8614 13.381 333,865
2053 1.8562 13.225 332,155
2054 1.8462 13.041 329,627
2055 1.8432 12.912 328,363
2056 1.8312 12.726 325,522
2057 1.8202 12.552 322,839
2058 1.8214 12.464 322,308
2059 1.8168 12.339 320,694
2060 1.8118 12.213 318,953
2061 1.7978 12.029 315,562
2062 1.7983 11.942 314,653
2063 1.7925 11.815 312,549
2064 1.7858 11.683 310,235
2065 1.7764 11.534 307,348
2066 1.7743 11.433 305,638
2067 1.7737 11.341 304,096
2068 1.7666 11.208 301,364
2069 1.7653 11.114 299,562
2070 1.7637 11.018 297,666
2071 1.7564 10.889 294,751
2072 1.7551 10.799 292,821
2073 1.7513 10.696 290,443
2074 1.7474 10.595 288,058
2075 1.7448 10.505 285,872
2076 1.7442 10.43 284,041
2077 1.745 10.366 282,453
2078 1.7437 10.294 280,551
2079 1.7423 10.224 278,677
2080 1.7432 10.17 277,169
2081 1.7429 10.113 275,512
2082 1.7375 10.03 273,078
2083 1.7401 9.994 271,900
2084 1.7374 9.931 269,921
2085 1.7317 9.853 267,494
2086 1.7251 9.773 264,944
2087 1.7283 9.749 263,903
2088 1.7271 9.703 262,197
2089 1.7273 9.665 260,684
2090 1.7287 9.636 259,350
2091 1.7222 9.563 256,819
2092 1.7261 9.548 255,826
2093 1.7194 9.475 253,238
2094 1.7191 9.439 251,606
2095 1.7216 9.418 250,366
2096 1.7117 9.331 247,333
2097 1.7182 9.334 246,667
2098 1.719 9.306 245,175
2099 1.7243 9.303 244,318
2100 1.7202 9.251 242,143

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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