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.
Adopt family-building policies that include equitable access to and reimbursement of fertility care
Support development of simpler, more affordable high-quality assisted reproductive technologies
Prevent infertility risk factors, such as air pollution and proliferation of toxic chemicals
Provide infrastructure and support to increase access to care, especially in low-resourced countries
Support family building to help societies thrive.