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Abstract

The paper examines the determinants of fertility in Nigeria and Ghana using the Ordinary Least square econometric model.

The determinants of fertility that are subjected to empirical scrutiny include income of household, rural-urban concentration of population, age composition of women in the total population, education or literacy rate among women, and prevalence use of contraceptives among women in childbearing age.

The result shows that the use of contraceptives, income, education attainment among Ghana women and rate of urbanization are significant determinants of fertility in Ghana;  while  age  composition, income, education attainment and rate of urbanization are determinants of fertility in Nigeria.

The paper also revealed that age composition and use of contraceptives are  not  associated  with fertility in Ghana and Nigeria, respectively.

Generally, the determinants  of fertility in  both countries are mixed. In Ghana, high fertility is associated with high income, while education attainment and composition of female population is associated with high fertility in Nigeria.

On the other  hand, education attainment, prevalence use of contraceptives, and  rate  of urbanization are responsible for decline in fertility in Ghana; while rate of urbanization and income are responsible for decline in fertility in Nigeria.

Introduction

1.1 Background of the Study

There are more than 7 billion people on the planet earth, at the same time there is increasing decline in welfare and access to basic food.

Report by Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) in 2012 shows that of the 7 billion people on mother earth, about 870 million of them lacks access to food. In spite of the fact that the annual population growth rate has declined to percent per year, world population grows at a worrisome level of by about 83 million annually.

While the world population continues to grow, poverty has emerged as a serious global issue, particularly because the most rapid population growth is occurring  in  the world’s poorest countries and, within many countries, in the poorest states and

The role of fertility as a factor in population growth is widely recognized and over the last decade or two, world-wide fertility surveys have confirmed substantial decline of births since the demographic transition in the western world and, in recent years, many  developing countries of Asia and Latin America.

At the global level, the worlds’ fertility rate stands at 2.5 percent and 4.7 percent for Africa, while Nigeria 5.7 percent (World Development Indicator, 2011).

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