145,000 Bulgarian Couples Have Reproductive Problems

More than 145,000 families in Bulgaria have reproductive difficulties according to the non-government organization “Movement for a National Cause”.

This is certainly troubling considering that roughly 50,000 children are being born on a yearly basis while 100,000 people Bulgarians die each year. According to BNT, the “Movement for a National Cause” has tried to solve the problem in the last two years. The organization reports that two-thirds of Bulgarians think that the way to increase the fertility of young couples would be to increase their income.

And while there are common reports of increases in salaries and income, the reports concerning the lowering fertility rates of Bulgaria are even more common. The average salary in 2018 rose to 1077 leva, yet the price for raising a family with two kids is 2300 leva, meaning that, on average, both parents will have to work in order to be around 200 leva below the actual line for a comfortable life.

Alex Dimchev

Alex Dimchev is a writer, editor, and weapons master for EUscoop.com

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