
Total population of Region

Male population of Region

Total Male reproductive population (1560y)

Male Infertility, %

Infertile Men


North America

347,388,982

171,213,918 (49.2%)

116,254,250^{a}

9.4% [4]

10,927,899

Latin America/Caribbean

582,418

287634 (49.3%)

361,099

Unknown

Unable to Calculate

SubSaharan Africa

850,000

420,000 (49.4%)

218,348

2.5%4.8%

5,45910,481

Eastern Europe/Central Asia

399,110

190,718 (47.8%)

259,421

812% [14]

20,75431,130

Europe

734,228,972

353,542,772 (48.1%)

248,187,025^{a}

7.5% [11]

18,614,027

Asia/Pacific

3,653,257

1,875,094 (51.3%)

1,199,437

Unknown

Unable to Calculate

Oceania

35,162,670

17,699,546 (50.3%)

11,752,499^{a}

9% [10]

1,057,725

 Explanation of calculations:
 These numbers are crude estimations and calculations. They were calculated from two sources: UNFPA Country Profiles and World Stat. Both sources provided total population, male population, and population less than 15 years and greater than either 60 or 65 years. The calculations were performed as follows. For example, in SubSaharan Africa, the total population amounts to 850,000, according to UNFPA. The male population was 420,000. This amounts to 49.4% of the total population. The population less than 15 years old was 43% of the total population, and the population greater than 60 years old was 5% of the total population. These percentages convert to 365,500 and 42,500, respectively. After calculating that 49.4% of the total population is males, we also assumed that 49.4% of the total population between the ages of 15 and 60 were also males. Therefore, [850,000 – (365,500 + 42,500)] × 49.4% = 218,348. This is the total male reproductive population between the ages of 15 and 60. This number was multiplied by the percentage of male infertility prevalent in this population. 218,348 × (2.5% to 4.8%) = 5,459 to 10,481 infertile males present in SubSaharan Africa.
 Unfortunately, some statistics were unable to calculate, due to the lack of reporting on these regions of the world.

^{a}Population reported as Male, age 1564.