๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ณ Total Fertility Rate of Guinea

4.13
Total Fertility Rate
32.79
Crude Birth Rate
476,528
Overall Births

The current population fertility rate of Guinea is 4.127 births per woman. A -2.15% decrease from 2023, when the fertility rate was 4.2175 births per woman. In the future, Guinea's fertility rate is projected to decrease to 1.9535 childern born per woman, by the year 2100. A total decrease of the fertility rate of Guinea's by -52.67% from today's standard.

Historic Total Fertility Rate of Guinea (1950-2024)

Guinea has seen a decrease of the population fertility rate since the 1950's. From 5.971 to 4.127 births per woman, a decrease of -30.88% in total.

Year Total Fertility Rate (births per woman) Crude Birth Rate Overall Births
1950 5.971 45.035 134,500
1951 5.9781 45.131 136,873
1952 5.9926 45.235 139,407
1953 6.0072 45.317 141,912
1954 6.022 45.42 144,541
1955 6.0369 45.478 147,096
1956 6.052 45.538 149,723
1957 6.0672 45.598 152,424
1958 6.0824 45.629 155,105
1959 6.0974 45.642 157,801
1960 6.1122 45.692 160,709
1961 6.1265 45.683 163,501
1962 6.1402 45.674 166,378
1963 6.1534 45.605 169,120
1964 6.1661 45.549 171,988
1965 6.1783 45.471 174,860
1966 6.1902 45.401 177,845
1967 6.2021 45.339 180,958
1968 6.2144 45.317 184,349
1969 6.2278 45.32 187,951
1970 6.2432 45.374 191,770
1971 6.2615 45.412 195,470
1972 6.2832 45.402 198,891
1973 6.3082 45.424 202,377
1974 6.3363 45.36 205,433
1975 6.3672 45.325 208,569
1976 6.4001 45.3 211,726
1977 6.434 45.408 215,532
1978 6.4675 45.548 219,592
1979 6.537 45.907 224,969
1980 6.5407 45.855 228,631
1981 6.5558 45.872 232,977
1982 6.5748 46.069 238,663
1983 6.586 46.129 244,059
1984 6.5974 46.179 249,769
1985 6.6099 46.259 256,098
1986 6.6407 46.388 263,201
1987 6.6665 46.561 271,085
1988 6.6645 46.543 278,263
1989 6.6549 46.451 285,202
1990 6.6268 46.318 291,868
1991 6.5919 46.385 305,389
1992 6.5528 46.23 315,984
1993 6.492 45.866 322,180
1994 6.4095 45.153 328,138
1995 6.3348 44.429 331,437
1996 6.2492 44.218 339,895
1997 6.1616 43.716 345,248
1998 6.0759 42.704 341,967
1999 6.0092 42.245 346,360
2000 5.9362 41.642 348,803
2001 5.8496 41.003 349,494
2002 5.7932 40.547 348,490
2003 5.7374 40.125 352,766
2004 5.7188 39.933 359,010
2005 5.6984 39.921 366,366
2006 5.6586 39.815 372,509
2007 5.6166 39.801 380,736
2008 5.5583 39.761 389,586
2009 5.5078 39.729 398,892
2010 5.3969 39.369 405,021
2011 5.2956 38.902 410,166
2012 5.1945 38.44 415,399
2013 5.1165 38.134 422,211
2014 5.0488 37.891 429,939
2015 5.0217 37.891 440,910
2016 4.9261 37.396 446,491
2017 4.7886 36.625 448,594
2018 4.6689 35.931 451,296
2019 4.5763 35.436 456,433
2020 4.4889 34.944 461,563
2021 4.3987 34.425 465,954
2022 4.3033 33.855 469,311
2023 4.2175 33.352 473,390
2024 4.127 32.792 476,528

Future Total Fertility Rate of Guinea (2024-2100)

Guinea's negative downward trend in fertility rate is set to decrease even further in the future. From 4.127 to an average of 1.9535 children born per woman. An additional decrease of -52.67% from 2024 to 2100.

Year Total Fertility Rate (births per woman) Crude Birth Rate Overall Births
2024 4.127 32.792 476,528
2025 4.0608 32.406 482,085
2026 3.982 31.906 485,726
2027 3.8901 31.29 487,219
2028 3.8248 30.871 491,518
2029 3.7487 30.354 493,932
2030 3.6819 29.9 497,095
2031 3.6133 29.425 499,598
2032 3.5554 29.029 503,194
2033 3.4963 28.618 506,257
2034 3.4352 28.182 508,616
2035 3.3749 27.745 510,641
2036 3.3123 27.279 511,815
2037 3.2498 26.808 512,515
2038 3.197 26.409 514,294
2039 3.1621 26.149 518,551
2040 3.1207 25.826 521,385
2041 3.076 25.469 523,283
2042 3.0374 25.155 525,828
2043 2.9833 24.707 525,238
2044 2.9529 24.446 528,387
2045 2.9157 24.122 529,932
2046 2.8744 23.756 530,277
2047 2.827 23.334 529,002
2048 2.8075 23.134 532,572
2049 2.776 22.83 533,509
2050 2.743 22.509 533,765
2051 2.7083 22.169 533,311
2052 2.6856 21.924 534,881
2053 2.6386 21.48 531,215
2054 2.6143 21.217 531,763
2055 2.5857 20.919 531,125
2056 2.5662 20.693 532,077
2057 2.5466 20.465 532,777
2058 2.5068 20.078 529,015
2059 2.4923 19.894 530,357
2060 2.4598 19.569 527,649
2061 2.4312 19.277 525,519
2062 2.424 19.154 527,832
2063 2.4045 18.935 527,278
2064 2.3759 18.646 524,514
2065 2.3591 18.451 524,154
2066 2.3433 18.265 523,860
2067 2.3202 18.025 521,738
2068 2.3046 17.844 521,142
2069 2.2939 17.701 521,496
2070 2.2775 17.515 520,366
2071 2.265 17.358 519,919
2072 2.2468 17.159 518,017
2073 2.2302 16.973 516,277
2074 2.216 16.806 514,951
2075 2.2009 16.632 513,240
2076 2.1838 16.444 510,883
2077 2.1695 16.278 509,005
2078 2.161 16.155 508,347
2079 2.1529 16.034 507,619
2080 2.1381 15.864 505,155
2081 2.1332 15.767 504,894
2082 2.1089 15.529 499,900
2083 2.0976 15.387 497,853
2084 2.0813 15.211 494,518
2085 2.0746 15.105 493,365
2086 2.0618 14.957 490,643
2087 2.0562 14.862 489,575
2088 2.0429 14.714 486,595
2089 2.0298 14.569 483,596
2090 2.0351 14.555 484,887
2091 2.0267 14.446 482,876
2092 2.0233 14.373 481,992
2093 2.0011 14.168 476,556
2094 2.0021 14.129 476,604
2095 1.9862 13.974 472,583
2096 1.9852 13.924 472,070
2097 1.9743 13.807 469,153
2098 1.9687 13.727 467,441
2099 1.9617 13.64 465,363
2100 1.9535 13.543 462,908

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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