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Over the past 50 years, the fertility rate among Malaysians has decreased rapidly, from 6.7 children per woman in 1957 to four in 1980, three in 2000 and 2.1 in 2010. Last year, the rate dropped yet again to 1.6 children per woman aged 15-49 years old. It was the lowest rate recorded in the country.

PUTRAJAYA – Pusat Subfertiliti Negara yang pertama di Malaysia akan dibina bermula tahun hadapan di Shah Alam, Selangor dan dijangka siap pada 2029 dengan peruntukan sebanyak RM171 juta.

PUTRAJAYA: Dalam usaha menangani isu penurunan kadar kesuburan penduduk negara yang terus merosot sejak lima dekad, Pusat Subfertiliti Negara yang pertama akan dibina di Shah Alam, Selangor

PUTRAJAYA, Nov 22 — A National Subfertility Centre, which will be the first in Malaysia, will be built in Shah Alam, Selangor, next year, as part of the effort to deal with the issue of the declining fertility rate in the country’s population.

KUALA LUMPUR: The Women, Family, and Community Development Ministry will establish the first national subfertility centre within the next five years.

PUTRAJAYA: Sebanyak 65 peratus pasangan yang sudah berkahwin inginkan anak lagi jika keadaan kewangan bukan mennjadi isu penghalang.