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Planning: low population growth rate, fertility and births in Iraq

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Planning: low population growth rate, fertility and births in Iraq

Post by rocky on Wed 11 Jul 2018, 1:55 am

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Planning: low population growth rate, fertility and births in Iraq

The Central Bureau of Statistics in the Ministry of Planning in a report published on Wednesday, the decline in population and fertility growth rates in Iraq.
Iraq and the world celebrate the International Day of Population annually, which coincides with the celebration of this year with the preparations and preliminary preparations for the implementation of the General Population Census in 2020, and adopt the International Day of the population of this year 2018, "Family planning is a human right."
The United Nations Family Planning Act provides for the right of spouses to choose freely and responsibly the number and spacing of births, to obtain the information and services required and the means to pursue their choices.
"The population growth rate in Iraq has declined during the past three decades," the report said. "This is due to the decline in fertility rates in Iraq, which has decreased significantly from (6) live births per woman of childbearing age In the 1980s to (4) born in 2017.
(60%) of women of childbearing age. The non-contagious use of contraception for women of childbearing age who wish to stop childbearing but do not use contraception at the same time (8%). The rate of early pregnancy of women of childbearing age was 2%, while the rate of birth among girls aged 15-19 was 82 years for every 1,000 women of childbearing age.
The report also states that Iraqi families have begun to think about improving the quality of family life and enhancing their conditions because of their impact on their well-being and community development and development.

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