Chechnya has headed the national birth rate

Of the Republic of Chechnya, Ingushetia and Tuva was included into a three of leaders of the National birth rate, prepared by the Public chamber (OP) of the Russian Federation. On Tuesday, February 14, reported on the organization’s website.

According to compilers of the rating, member OP the Russian Federation, head of the project “Sober Russia” Sultan Khamzayev, the document will help the Federal and regional authorities to adjust their social programs.

In the top ten also includes Dagestan, Altai Republic, Tyumen oblast, Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug (YNAO), Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug — Yugra (KHMAO) and Buryatia, the report said.

So, in Tuva, Chechnya, and the Altai and Yamal-Nenets Autonomous district, one woman has three children. Two children are born in 16 regions of Russia. In the remaining 65 subjects of the Russian Federation — one.

The lowest demographic indicators recorded in Mordovia Republic and in Leningrad, Pskov, Magadan, Smolensk, Orel, Bryansk, Volgograd, Tula and Tambov regions. Moscow has received a rating of 47-th place, Saint Petersburg — 20-E.

It is clarified that the study was conducted on data from open sources and departmental statistics (1 January 2016). The total score consists of five criteria: fertility, population growth, the number of children per woman, the number of induced abortions, the level of social comfort for fertility.

The most comfortable environment for the birth of children, following the calculations in the Belgorod region, St. Petersburg and Tambov region. The lowest level of “social comfort” recorded in Moscow, Irkutsk region and Chechnya.

September 9, labor Minister Maxim Topilin on the sidelines of the Eastern economic forum announced that the Agency is considering the introduction of additional measures to support mothers who have given birth to two children up to 30 years. According to the Minister, “the biggest problem” is that the age of the first child among Russian women is increasing.