๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡จ Total Fertility Rate of Seychelles

2.26
Total Fertility Rate
14.43
Crude Birth Rate
1,563
Overall Births

The current population fertility rate of Seychelles is 2.2646 births per woman. A -1.05% decrease from 2023, when the fertility rate was 2.2887 births per woman. In the future, Seychelles's fertility rate is projected to decrease to 1.7639 childern born per woman, by the year 2100. A total decrease of the fertility rate of Seychelles's by -22.11% from today's standard.

Historic Total Fertility Rate of Seychelles (1950-2024)

Seychelles has seen a decrease of the population fertility rate since the 1950's. From 4.8395 to 2.2646 births per woman, a decrease of -53.21% in total.

Year Total Fertility Rate (births per woman) Crude Birth Rate Overall Births
1950 4.8395 32.627 1,244
1951 4.8879 33.296 1,275
1952 4.9459 33.964 1,311
1953 4.9896 34.528 1,345
1954 4.9115 34.262 1,347
1955 4.9062 34.448 1,370
1956 4.9298 34.771 1,401
1957 4.9808 35.229 1,441
1958 5.057 35.771 1,487
1959 5.1551 36.418 1,541
1960 5.2703 37.068 1,600
1961 5.3965 37.615 1,657
1962 5.5258 37.989 1,708
1963 5.6491 38.194 1,756
1964 5.7574 38.215 1,796
1965 5.8415 37.986 1,827
1966 5.8945 37.497 1,847
1967 5.9145 36.792 1,857
1968 5.9005 35.925 1,858
1969 5.8504 34.916 1,851
1970 5.7614 33.801 1,835
1971 5.632 32.853 1,826
1972 5.4678 32.187 1,833
1973 5.2765 31.488 1,836
1974 5.0659 31.294 1,865
1975 4.9425 31.398 1,913
1976 4.1955 27.474 1,706
1977 3.8458 26.101 1,651
1978 4.0152 28.554 1,836
1979 3.7147 27.175 1,765
1980 3.7893 28.056 1,841
1981 3.6169 26.974 1,786
1982 3.0641 23.261 1,550
1983 3.132 24.192 1,625
1984 3.1626 24.952 1,688
1985 2.9755 24.14 1,644
1986 2.9824 24.477 1,680
1987 2.8643 23.873 1,650
1988 2.8141 23.717 1,654
1989 2.7337 23.239 1,638
1990 2.6099 22.385 1,594
1991 2.6954 23.228 1,671
1992 2.526 21.867 1,587
1993 2.5836 22.439 1,644
1994 2.5981 22.547 1,666
1995 2.356 20.592 1,538
1996 2.3131 20.276 1,532
1997 2.1371 18.78 1,433
1998 2.0443 18.176 1,409
1999 2.0455 18.173 1,429
2000 2.0697 18.284 1,461
2001 1.9838 17.411 1,411
2002 2.0304 17.664 1,454
2003 2.0487 17.667 1,475
2004 2.0383 17.375 1,470
2005 2.1921 18.452 1,583
2006 2.1055 17.521 1,523
2007 2.2286 18.252 1,610
2008 2.3225 18.701 1,674
2009 2.3744 18.796 1,708
2010 2.1993 17.183 1,584
2011 2.372 18.252 1,710
2012 2.4148 18.311 1,742
2013 2.2873 17.093 1,650
2014 2.2817 16.771 1,641
2015 2.3493 16.991 1,684
2016 2.4449 17.391 1,746
2017 2.4803 17.35 1,764
2018 2.4504 16.856 1,735
2019 2.4163 16.348 1,704
2020 2.3766 15.823 1,668
2021 2.3484 15.433 1,642
2022 2.3133 15.031 1,611
2023 2.2887 14.719 1,586
2024 2.2646 14.426 1,563

Future Total Fertility Rate of Seychelles (2024-2100)

Seychelles's negative downward trend in fertility rate is set to decrease even further in the future. From 2.2646 to an average of 1.7639 children born per woman. An additional decrease of -22.11% from 2024 to 2100.

Year Total Fertility Rate (births per woman) Crude Birth Rate Overall Births
2024 2.2646 14.426 1,563
2025 2.2373 14.141 1,540
2026 2.2152 13.913 1,523
2027 2.1882 13.678 1,505
2028 2.1656 13.488 1,490
2029 2.1468 13.341 1,480
2030 2.1198 13.161 1,466
2031 2.1006 13.051 1,460
2032 2.0922 13.028 1,462
2033 2.0736 12.964 1,460
2034 2.0598 12.948 1,463
2035 2.0477 12.957 1,469
2036 2.037 12.984 1,476
2037 2.0269 13.015 1,484
2038 2.0143 13.02 1,489
2039 2.0041 13.026 1,494
2040 2.0015 13.061 1,502
2041 1.9886 13.01 1,499
2042 1.9795 12.965 1,497
2043 1.9765 12.943 1,498
2044 1.9699 12.883 1,494
2045 1.9675 12.838 1,491
2046 1.9606 12.75 1,483
2047 1.9498 12.628 1,471
2048 1.9362 12.477 1,455
2049 1.9346 12.394 1,446
2050 1.9193 12.211 1,425
2051 1.9195 12.117 1,415
2052 1.919 12.015 1,403
2053 1.919 11.916 1,391
2054 1.9114 11.774 1,374
2055 1.9063 11.656 1,359
2056 1.902 11.555 1,346
2057 1.8893 11.415 1,329
2058 1.8845 11.335 1,317
2059 1.8793 11.264 1,307
2060 1.872 11.191 1,297
2061 1.8588 11.093 1,283
2062 1.8604 11.092 1,280
2063 1.8517 11.037 1,271
2064 1.8498 11.031 1,268
2065 1.8512 11.05 1,267
2066 1.8454 11.029 1,262
2067 1.8377 11.0 1,256
2068 1.8382 11.019 1,255
2069 1.8368 11.025 1,253
2070 1.8324 11.009 1,248
2071 1.8265 10.98 1,242
2072 1.8262 10.979 1,238
2073 1.823 10.955 1,233
2074 1.8198 10.923 1,226
2075 1.8265 10.943 1,225
2076 1.8117 10.828 1,209
2077 1.8096 10.781 1,200
2078 1.8067 10.723 1,191
2079 1.8075 10.681 1,183
2080 1.8032 10.604 1,171
2081 1.7986 10.523 1,159
2082 1.7987 10.467 1,150
2083 1.7882 10.348 1,134
2084 1.7878 10.289 1,124
2085 1.7883 10.236 1,115
2086 1.7813 10.142 1,101
2087 1.7851 10.11 1,095
2088 1.784 10.053 1,085
2089 1.7809 9.989 1,075
2090 1.7745 9.91 1,063
2091 1.7737 9.867 1,055
2092 1.7759 9.845 1,050
2093 1.7701 9.783 1,040
2094 1.7714 9.766 1,035
2095 1.7678 9.725 1,027
2096 1.7663 9.699 1,020
2097 1.7557 9.626 1,010
2098 1.7602 9.638 1,006
2099 1.7628 9.64 1,004
2100 1.7639 9.634 1,000

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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