Updated: May 24, 2019
Mariam Nabatanzi , from Uganda, has a rare medical condition and had 25 children by the time she was 23
The world's most fruitful lady has had a staggering 44 youngsters - and now needs to raise her enormous brood without anyone else.
Mariam Nabatanzi had her record number of children when she was only 36 and all with a similar dad.
Presently 39, Mariam has had three arrangements of quadruplets, four arrangements of triplets and six arrangements of twins.
Tragically, her better half left her three years prior and she is presently exclusively in charge of her immense family.
Mariam, from Uganda, was hitched matured only 12 to her then 40-year-old spouse.
Huge families are basic in Africa with ladies in Uganda bringing forth 5.6 youngsters in normal, one of the most astounding birth rates on the landmass as indicated by the World Bank.
However, even in Uganda Mariam's family is viewed as immense.
When she was 23 Mariam had 25 kids and, frantic, returned to see her specialist in an offer to stop her having any more
By and by, she was encouraged to continue getting pregnant on the grounds that he ovary tally was so high.
Her last pregnancy, over two years back, had complexities.
She brought forth her 6th arrangement of twins, yet unfortunately one of them kicked the bucket amid the work.
At that point her significant other - frequently missing for extended lengths - deserted her.
His name is currently a family revile and Mariam swears at whatever point she alludes to him.
She stated: "I have experienced childhood in tears, my man has gone me through a great deal of anguish.
"All my time has been spent caring for my kids and attempting to acquire some cash."
Furthermore, with such huge numbers of mouths to bolster, Mariam will turn her hand to anything.
She has filled in as a beautician and an occasion decorator.
Mariam gathers and sells scrap metal, mixes nearby gin and sells home grown prescription.
A large portion of her wages are spent on sustenance to sustain her colossal family, medicinal consideration, garments and school expenses to guarantee her brood has the best begin throughout everyday life.
On a smudged divider in one room of her home drape pleased representations of a portion of her youngsters moving on from school, gold tinsel around their necks.