There are several factors which influence birth rates in poor countries. Plus, there are marked differences between the birth rates in wealthy nations, like United States, and poor nations, like Sudan and Uganda.
By and large, poor nations have much higher birth rates than wealthy nations. The unfortunately reality of this is that now these poor nations have even more mouths to feed. These countries already struggle to feed, clothe, and shelter their population, the last thing they need is for that population to exponentially grow, creating more human beings to feed, clothe, and shelter.
This phenomenon tends to lead to a cycle of poverty.
The most prominent factor influencing birth rates is the lack of effective means of birth control…..