๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ฟ Total Fertility Rate of Uzbekistan

2.70
Total Fertility Rate
20.53
Crude Birth Rate
732,525
Overall Births

The current population fertility rate of Uzbekistan is 2.7046 births per woman. A -1.83% decrease from 2023, when the fertility rate was 2.7551 births per woman. In the future, Uzbekistan's fertility rate is projected to decrease to 1.7928 childern born per woman, by the year 2100. A total decrease of the fertility rate of Uzbekistan's by -33.71% from today's standard.

Historic Total Fertility Rate of Uzbekistan (1950-2024)

Uzbekistan has seen a decrease of the population fertility rate since the 1950's. From 5.1771 to 2.7046 births per woman, a decrease of -47.76% in total.

Year Total Fertility Rate (births per woman) Crude Birth Rate Overall Births
1950 5.1771 39.848 249,290
1951 5.1995 40.419 259,019
1952 5.3083 41.441 272,573
1953 5.4203 42.367 286,191
1954 5.5263 43.166 299,699
1955 5.6777 44.206 315,748
1956 5.7999 44.982 330,907
1957 5.9202 45.616 345,909
1958 6.0958 46.42 363,203
1959 6.3496 47.512 384,089
1960 6.6128 48.354 404,477
1961 6.7519 48.201 417,924
1962 6.878 47.866 431,479
1963 6.8077 46.166 432,403
1964 6.8228 44.986 437,633
1965 6.8102 43.692 441,194
1966 6.6599 41.657 436,115
1967 6.567 40.216 436,117
1968 6.4044 38.65 433,740
1969 6.3716 38.166 443,127
1970 6.3466 37.928 454,932
1971 6.295 37.626 465,058
1972 6.2311 37.393 475,712
1973 6.135 37.121 486,090
1974 6.02 36.851 496,741
1975 5.889 36.535 507,007
1976 5.7459 36.236 517,746
1977 5.5359 35.81 526,777
1978 5.3105 35.286 534,295
1979 5.1831 35.369 550,595
1980 5.0469 35.253 562,807
1981 4.9069 34.98 572,031
1982 4.8128 34.969 585,852
1983 4.7214 35.254 605,325
1984 4.7131 35.929 632,789
1985 4.68 36.26 655,509
1986 4.664 36.521 678,267
1987 4.528 35.773 682,608
1988 4.3115 34.577 677,693
1989 4.1713 33.765 679,493
1990 4.1963 33.978 700,666
1991 4.1934 33.759 712,043
1992 4.033 32.63 704,921
1993 3.8717 31.462 695,395
1994 3.7104 30.264 683,443
1995 3.5898 29.274 674,680
1996 3.3982 27.741 651,516
1997 3.1831 26.03 621,977
1998 2.9636 24.15 586,185
1999 2.8096 22.93 564,733
2000 2.7058 22.199 554,015
2001 2.6399 21.781 550,458
2002 2.5857 21.433 548,757
2003 2.4766 20.683 536,210
2004 2.4606 20.736 544,459
2005 2.4263 20.702 550,525
2006 2.4482 21.175 570,624
2007 2.5256 22.14 605,190
2008 2.5757 22.908 635,702
2009 2.5281 23.105 651,193
2010 2.4407 22.639 648,000
2011 2.3612 22.181 644,737
2012 2.3435 22.173 654,496
2013 2.3977 22.688 680,263
2014 2.4599 23.197 706,753
2015 2.4949 23.352 723,124
2016 2.4976 23.093 726,814
2017 2.5051 22.806 729,145
2018 2.6932 23.997 779,886
2019 2.7951 24.314 802,857
2020 2.9279 24.795 832,060
2021 2.8565 23.551 802,875
2022 2.7995 22.433 776,815
2023 2.7551 21.473 755,105
2024 2.7046 20.533 732,525

Future Total Fertility Rate of Uzbekistan (2024-2100)

Uzbekistan's negative downward trend in fertility rate is set to decrease even further in the future. From 2.7046 to an average of 1.7928 children born per woman. An additional decrease of -33.71% from 2024 to 2100.

Year Total Fertility Rate (births per woman) Crude Birth Rate Overall Births
2024 2.7046 20.533 732,525
2025 2.6665 19.77 714,952
2026 2.6223 19.061 698,119
2027 2.58 18.474 684,830
2028 2.5519 18.089 678,347
2029 2.519 17.75 672,981
2030 2.4968 17.534 671,944
2031 2.4615 17.258 668,197
2032 2.4241 16.997 664,696
2033 2.4045 16.896 667,198
2034 2.3779 16.786 669,130
2035 2.3504 16.7 671,915
2036 2.3289 16.683 677,364
2037 2.3006 16.644 681,868
2038 2.2874 16.749 692,311
2039 2.2712 16.86 703,142
2040 2.2489 16.93 712,337
2041 2.2266 16.969 720,316
2042 2.2069 16.973 726,817
2043 2.1915 16.944 731,859
2044 2.1758 16.846 733,852
2045 2.1671 16.741 735,371
2046 2.1558 16.568 733,691
2047 2.1377 16.309 727,875
2048 2.1193 16.027 720,698
2049 2.1079 15.789 715,080
2050 2.0889 15.49 706,339
2051 2.0807 15.27 700,872
2052 2.0691 15.025 693,907
2053 2.058 14.787 686,962
2054 2.0483 14.564 680,358
2055 2.032 14.301 671,619
2056 2.0223 14.095 665,204
2057 2.0157 13.922 660,164
2058 2.0019 13.718 653,364
2059 1.9953 13.584 649,666
2060 1.9832 13.432 644,952
2061 1.9733 13.316 641,773
2062 1.9641 13.224 639,607
2063 1.9569 13.161 638,731
2064 1.9433 13.069 636,305
2065 1.9388 13.046 637,129
2066 1.9309 13.003 636,949
2067 1.9218 12.952 636,280
2068 1.9169 12.926 636,723
2069 1.908 12.867 635,535
2070 1.9094 12.871 637,358
2071 1.9007 12.799 635,385
2072 1.9005 12.777 635,798
2073 1.8897 12.675 632,146
2074 1.8792 12.566 628,105
2075 1.8785 12.514 626,800
2076 1.8758 12.439 624,260
2077 1.8744 12.364 621,664
2078 1.8615 12.205 614,766
2079 1.8537 12.074 609,168
2080 1.8502 11.966 604,615
2081 1.8519 11.887 601,501
2082 1.8412 11.727 594,171
2083 1.8347 11.595 588,183
2084 1.8252 11.446 581,256
2085 1.8177 11.314 575,062
2086 1.8207 11.252 572,357
2087 1.8171 11.154 567,751
2088 1.8141 11.066 563,600
2089 1.8185 11.028 561,984
2090 1.8155 10.953 558,345
2091 1.8096 10.867 554,090
2092 1.8041 10.789 550,181
2093 1.8021 10.737 547,554
2094 1.8025 10.705 545,826
2095 1.8026 10.676 544,216
2096 1.7985 10.625 541,427
2097 1.794 10.576 538,620
2098 1.7878 10.518 535,302
2099 1.7888 10.504 534,138
2100 1.7928 10.508 533,833

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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