Average Child Per Family In South Africa
The fertility rate is the average number of children borne by one woman while being of child-bearing age. In 2019, the fertility rate in South Africa amounted to 2.38 children per woman.
How many kids do South Africans have?
In mid-2017, South Africa’s total population was estimated at 56.5 million people, of whom 19.6 million were children under 18 years. Children therefore make up 35% of the total population.
What is the average household size in South Africa?
Description. This map shows the average household size in South Africa in 2021, in a multiscale map (Country, Province, District, Municipality, Main Place, Sub Place, and Small Area). Nationally, the average household size is 3.4 people per household.
In 2019, the average household size in Sub-Saharan Africa was 6.9 people per household, which was the largest average household size worldwide. In comparison, the smallest average household size was found in Europe, with 3.1 people per household
Around the world, the average person lives in a household of 4.9 people, but this number is much bigger in the sub-Saharan Africa (6.9 people) and Middle East-North Africa regions (6.2), and is smallest in North America (3.3) and Europe (3.1).
Average household size was 4.4 persons in 2015
The country’s average household size (AHS) decreased from 4.6 persons in 2010 to 4.4 persons in 2015. In 2000, there were 5.0 persons, on average, per household.
Taiwan Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander women had the highest fertility rate of any ethnicity in the United States in 2019, with about 2,178 births per 1,000 women.
The fertility rate for all ethnicities in the U.S. was 1,729.5 births per 1,000 women.