Way to go, Poland!
From Yahoo News: Poland is campaigning to encourage families to have more children, but as children born in a 1980s boom reach fertility, they are straining a system which constitutionally must provide free services to all Poles.
Since 2004, more people have been born than died each year in this predominantly Catholic nation, although emigration by Poles seeking work means the population of around 38 million is still shrinking. So, the government has led a campaign to persuade Polish women to have more babies to "save the nation from disappearing."
But Poland's economic boom has not led to major improvements in the state's healthcare system and it is poorly placed to deal with a big increase in demand on any front. Pregnant women are often sent away because the hospitals have already spent all their budget for births. Hospitals get a pool of money from the state-run health fund to offer services and once the money is gone, the hospital has no other recourse but to cut back services. Women's organizations advise couples planning babies to try to make sure they are born before the last quarter of the year, when budgets are notoriously tight.