Thus the decrease of the crude birth rate
leads to a decreasing number of inhabitants but mostly of the adult and young age groups to which we need to relate the elderly population.
According to the State Statistics Committee of Ukraine (SSCU), due to high emigration and a sharp decline in crude birth rates
, the labour force in Ukraine shrank from 26.1 million in 1991 to 25.2 million in 2005, with female workers accounting for 48.8% of the total labour force.
Table 1 Selected Indicators of Fertility and Contraceptive Use front Various Demographic Surveys in Pakistan, 1975-95 1968-69 1974-75 1984-85 Indicators (NIS) (PFS) (PCPS) Crude Birth Rate
39.0 40.5 36.6 Children Ever Born 4.2 4.3 4.3 Total Fertility Rate -- 6.3 6.0 Knowledge of Contraceptives 97.0 75.6 61.5 Ever Used Contraceptives 12.5 10.5 11.8 Current Contraceptive Use 5.5 5.2 9.1 Want No More Children -- 49.4 43.4 Infant Mortality 121.0 -- 106.0 1990-91 1994-95 Indicators (PDHS) (PCPS) Crude Birth Rate
35.0 -- Children Ever Born 4.1 -- Total Fertility Rate 5.4 5.4 * Knowledge of Contraceptives 77.9 90.7 Ever Used Contraceptives 20.7 28.0 Current Contraceptive Use 14.0 17.8 ** Want No More Children 36.4 52.0 Infant Mortality 91.0 -- * 1993 Contraceptive Prevalence Survey.
Though Taiwan's crude birth rate
has averaged 8.73 per 1,000 people over the past three years, Taoyuan has had a crude birth rate
of over 10 each year during that time, in part because of family and childrearing benefits and subsidies the city provides.
Compared with 2008, the demographic situation in 2009 in the EU27 is characterised by a slight decrease in the crude birth rate
and a constant crude death rate, while net migration fell more significantly.
Cyprus had a crude birth rate
of 10.4 per cent in 2008 and a death rate of 6.6 per cent, which means the population grew 3.8 per cent.
The 'crude birth rate
' for Bahrainis was 23.3 per 1,000 population last year and 7.4 for non-Bahrainis.
Vital Rates 1986 1996 Crude Birth Rate
41.7/1000 39/1000 Crude Death Rate 13.6/1000 10/1000 Growth Rate (%) 2.81 2.9 Life Expectency at Birth: - Both Sexes (Years) 52.6 61 - Male (Years) 53.4 61 - Female 51.7 61 Infant Mortality Rate =119.8/1000 live births 91/1000 (both sexes) Maternal Mortality Rate = 6-8/1000 live birth - Source: World Population Data Sheet 1996.
Various studies conducted since early seventies and to date reveal that total fertility rate in Pakistan ranged between 6 to 5.4 and crude birth rate
between 42 to 34 [Population Planning Council of Pakistan (1976); Population Welfare Division of Pakistan (1986); Pakistan Demographic and Health Survey (1990) and Population and Fertility Indicators (1993).
Jews, whereas the crude birth rate
of Palestinians in Israel exceeded 24.8
In Gaza Strip has reached 5.2 births in 2007 compared to 6.9 births in 1997.Population projections revealed that the crude birth rate
in the Palestinian Territory is expected to drop from 32.7 births per one thousand of the population in 2008 to 31.9 births in 2015.Crude mortality rate is expected to decline in the Palestinian Territory by 0.7% during, 2015-2008Available data showed that crude mortality rates are relatively low if compared to the rates prevailing in Arab countries.
From Table 1 it is clearly evident that the crude birth rate
as reported from yearly repeated surveys (PGE, PGS and PDS series), show erratic up and down movements over the years 1962-65 through 1988, with the level of the rate remaining over 40 [Farooqui and Farooq (1971); Government of Pakistan (1973, 1973a, 1974, 1974a, 1981, 1983, 1983a, 1984, 1984a, 1990)].