Most of the children are born in Turkey.Germany is not lagging behind only the birth rate.Even with the vaccination, and the duration of Breastfeeding in the country are below the average.

The number of births in Germany is growing, according to the Federal statistical office. In comparison to the previous year, there were in the year 2014, about 4.8 percent more newborn.

However, Germany lags behind in comparison to other countries afterwards. According to the Baby Atlas “” that evaluated data from the WHO, Germany, together with Bosnia and Herzegovina at the end of the EU. On average give birth to women in these two countries to 1.3 children.

first place for Turkey

The biggest blessing of Children recorded in Turkey, where every woman brings an average of almost three children. The second place in Albania, Kazakhstan and Ireland show.

The causes for a decline in the birth rate can be different. Access to contraception plays a role. But also a bad economic situation and high unemployment to dampen the desire to start a family.


Low birth rate is detrimental to the economy

economically, a low birth rate, however, has a negative impact. The number of children needed to replace their parents, spent at 2.1 children per woman. The number is lower, threatening the country with a shortage of labour.

in Order to give children a good Start in life, are different factors. In addition to medical care, and duration of Breastfeeding, the vaccination coverage plays a role. Here German parents show a hesitant and skeptical.

Hungary is number 1 Vaccinate

In the EU, Hungary is of the syringe-tip tab. In no other European country in the EU, so many children against measles, Mumps, Hepatitis and polio vaccination in Hungary.

the authors of The Baby Atlas as a result of this leading position on the mandatory vaccination program of the Hungarian state. 99.5 percent of the children were vaccinated, while in the rest of the EU-territory only 81.3 percent.

Germany is all children’s vaccinations are below the EU average. The lowest coverage was recorded in the Federal Republic of Germany against Hepatitis B (66.8 per cent; EU 85.2 percent).

German mothers reach faster to the bottle

Also, the Figures for Breastfeeding rates show that mothers remain in this country under the recommended value. Surveys from 2005 show that more than 90 percent of the fresh baked mothers will give their children the breast. However, only 25.5 per cent by keep for a further six months. The most to increase after the fifth month, on the bottle.

studies have shown the beneficial effect of breast milk in the long term for the health of the child. It strengthens the immune system of infants.

studies suffer shown that breastfed infants inflammation of rare ear infections, gastrointestinal infections and other infectious diseases. In addition, decreases your risk of leukemia, to develop allergies and Asthma. In addition, adequately breastfed children are less likely to be overweight and obese.

Where the oldest and youngest mothers life

surprised by the answer to The question, which country has the youngest and the oldest mothers life, however. In most European countries, the age of the women increases at birth of first child.

often, the high costs to play in these countries, a role associated with a family Foundation. Often women delay motherhood because they believe that it will be difficult to bring a child and a career under one roof.

the First child with 30 years

In Germany, the average age at the first birth of 30.3 years. Surprisingly, Greek women are the oldest at birth of first child the average age was 31.2 years.

The youngest mothers are found in Eastern Europe. Especially in Russia, Georgia, Romania, Bulgaria, many of the young mothers. Here, the average age of the primipara of 26 years. MyToys voucher

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