๐Ÿ‡ท๐Ÿ‡ผ Total Fertility Rate of Rwanda

3.63
Total Fertility Rate
28.62
Crude Birth Rate
412,709
Overall Births

The current population fertility rate of Rwanda is 3.629 births per woman. A -1.69% decrease from 2023, when the fertility rate was 3.6915 births per woman. In the future, Rwanda's fertility rate is projected to decrease to 1.8807 childern born per woman, by the year 2100. A total decrease of the fertility rate of Rwanda's by -48.18% from today's standard.

Historic Total Fertility Rate of Rwanda (1950-2024)

Rwanda has seen a decrease of the population fertility rate since the 1950's. From 7.9162 to 3.629 births per woman, a decrease of -54.16% in total.

Year Total Fertility Rate (births per woman) Crude Birth Rate Overall Births
1950 7.9162 55.44 119,443
1951 7.9392 55.31 123,208
1952 7.9831 55.285 127,321
1953 8.023 55.156 131,280
1954 8.0588 54.913 134,994
1955 8.0904 54.532 138,454
1956 8.118 54.144 141,954
1957 8.1413 53.602 145,115
1958 8.1606 53.047 148,300
1959 8.1757 52.385 151,093
1960 8.1867 51.657 153,590
1961 8.1937 50.816 155,360
1962 8.1974 49.845 156,276
1963 8.1984 48.877 156,612
1964 8.198 48.039 157,260
1965 8.1975 47.501 159,316
1966 8.1982 47.276 162,895
1967 8.2011 47.444 168,336
1968 8.207 47.841 175,136
1969 8.2168 48.337 182,602
1970 8.2315 48.797 190,166
1971 8.2282 49.107 197,348
1972 8.2333 49.427 204,571
1973 8.2318 49.817 212,354
1974 8.2307 50.126 220,048
1975 8.224 50.408 227,814
1976 8.2427 50.936 237,021
1977 8.2405 51.233 245,420
1978 8.2497 51.569 254,261
1979 8.2297 52.064 264,389
1980 8.1892 52.182 273,807
1981 8.1558 52.327 284,505
1982 8.0852 52.063 294,079
1983 7.987 51.502 302,234
1984 7.8725 50.643 307,261
1985 7.7249 49.508 310,192
1986 7.5589 48.591 315,351
1987 7.39 47.817 321,894
1988 7.2266 46.844 326,416
1989 7.0581 45.662 327,200
1990 6.8727 44.25 324,591
1991 6.705 43.037 323,177
1992 6.607 42.442 324,929
1993 6.5105 42.054 329,793
1994 6.4076 41.452 323,709
1995 6.324 41.012 224,164
1996 6.2511 41.05 247,546
1997 6.176 41.058 309,910
1998 6.1165 41.208 327,949
1999 6.0135 41.103 331,224
2000 5.9242 40.923 333,954
2001 5.8436 40.765 337,170
2002 5.7518 40.388 339,099
2003 5.6742 40.146 344,262
2004 5.5727 39.889 351,121
2005 5.4359 39.462 356,713
2006 5.2799 38.825 360,379
2007 5.0997 38.005 362,335
2008 4.9011 36.979 362,102
2009 4.7158 35.936 361,265
2010 4.5323 34.836 359,331
2011 4.3573 33.658 356,113
2012 4.2333 32.818 356,053
2013 4.1593 32.407 360,066
2014 4.1119 32.085 365,060
2015 4.0805 31.833 370,930
2016 4.06 31.659 377,835
2017 4.0265 31.399 384,173
2018 3.9935 31.158 390,707
2019 3.9389 30.776 395,247
2020 3.8733 30.309 398,512
2021 3.8207 29.976 403,681
2022 3.7492 29.474 406,214
2023 3.6915 29.065 409,837
2024 3.629 28.619 412,709

Future Total Fertility Rate of Rwanda (2024-2100)

Rwanda's negative downward trend in fertility rate is set to decrease even further in the future. From 3.629 to an average of 1.8807 children born per woman. An additional decrease of -48.18% from 2024 to 2100.

Year Total Fertility Rate (births per woman) Crude Birth Rate Overall Births
2024 3.629 28.619 412,709
2025 3.5752 28.237 416,307
2026 3.5219 27.852 419,664
2027 3.4595 27.388 421,585
2028 3.4207 27.098 426,039
2029 3.3662 26.68 428,239
2030 3.3164 26.294 430,732
2031 3.2644 25.891 432,695
2032 3.2224 25.569 435,814
2033 3.1794 25.243 438,657
2034 3.1376 24.93 441,535
2035 3.0978 24.634 444,544
2036 3.0647 24.389 448,340
2037 3.0275 24.108 451,289
2038 2.9823 23.756 452,718
2039 2.9368 23.396 453,727
2040 2.8973 23.074 455,238
2041 2.8681 22.826 458,010
2042 2.8322 22.517 459,348
2043 2.7887 22.144 459,105
2044 2.7673 21.94 462,187
2045 2.7326 21.631 462,829
2046 2.7149 21.452 466,120
2047 2.6841 21.172 466,993
2048 2.6562 20.913 468,152
2049 2.6276 20.65 468,994
2050 2.5926 20.338 468,480
2051 2.5609 20.054 468,344
2052 2.549 19.922 471,637
2053 2.5223 19.676 472,016
2054 2.5014 19.472 473,257
2055 2.4774 19.244 473,693
2056 2.4484 18.977 472,946
2057 2.43 18.788 473,975
2058 2.3932 18.458 471,155
2059 2.3685 18.219 470,430
2060 2.348 18.012 470,301
2061 2.3334 17.848 471,123
2062 2.3151 17.656 471,032
2063 2.2883 17.399 469,000
2064 2.2693 17.202 468,392
2065 2.2459 16.974 466,709
2066 2.2295 16.8 466,323
2067 2.2164 16.651 466,479
2068 2.1992 16.47 465,601
2069 2.1889 16.341 466,034
2070 2.1764 16.195 465,829
2071 2.1564 15.993 463,860
2072 2.1445 15.851 463,495
2073 2.1294 15.685 462,279
2074 2.1126 15.508 460,547
2075 2.1057 15.402 460,829
2076 2.0907 15.237 459,192
2077 2.0848 15.137 459,417
2078 2.0673 14.952 456,924
2079 2.051 14.777 454,550
2080 2.0386 14.629 452,895
2081 2.031 14.516 452,183
2082 2.0182 14.365 450,187
2083 2.0106 14.251 449,216
2084 2.0033 14.139 448,186
2085 1.9869 13.964 445,019
2086 1.9843 13.884 444,800
2087 1.9764 13.768 443,305
2088 1.9721 13.675 442,468
2089 1.9606 13.534 439,940
2090 1.9547 13.43 438,548
2091 1.9441 13.296 436,035
2092 1.9418 13.218 435,278
2093 1.9361 13.118 433,700
2094 1.9179 12.935 429,247
2095 1.9147 12.855 428,111
2096 1.9021 12.713 424,831
2097 1.8935 12.6 422,406
2098 1.8863 12.498 420,255
2099 1.8844 12.432 419,242
2100 1.8807 12.355 417,777

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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