The total fertility rate in Georgia increased by 0.1 children per woman (+5.08 percent) in 2021. In total, the fertility rate amounted to 2.08 children per woman in 2021. This increase was preceded by a declining fertility rate. The total fertility rate is the average number of children that a woman of childbearing age (generally considered 15 to 44 years) is expected to have throughout her reproductive years. Unlike birth rates, which are based on the actual number of live births in a given population, fertility rates are estimates (similar to life expectancy) that apply to a hypothetical woman, as they assume that current patterns in age-specific fertility will remain constant throughout her reproductive years.
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