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Families grow healthy economies

Declining fertility rates are a growing global challenge that imperils economic growth and social stability.

The number of countries whose birth rate has dropped below the replacement level (of 2.1 children per woman) has skyrocketed from 5% in 1950 to 50% in 2020. Yet only a small percentage of people who need help
having a child get access to care.

Governments need to make fertility care a priority.

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We’re calling on policymakers to:

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Adopt family-building policies that include equitable access to and reimbursement of fertility care

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Support development of simpler, more affordable high-quality assisted reproductive technologies

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Prevent infertility risk factors, such as air pollution and proliferation of toxic chemicals

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Provide infrastructure and support to increase access to care, especially in low-resourced countries

Support  family building to help societies thrive.

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