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Table 1 Base and scenario assumptions

From: The financing need for expanded maternity protection in Indonesia

Items Value used in base scenario Value used in scenario 1 and 2   Values varied for sensitivity analysis
Period of estimation 2020–2030 2020–2030  
Exchange rate (2016) Rp 13,120/US$ [34] Rp 13,120/US$ [34]   ±25%
Rate of cash benefit, % of average wage, US$110.6f [27] 100 [1] 100 [1]  
Percentage of women working in formal sector [27] 42.12 42.12  
Female labor participation rate (%) 51.30 [6] 51.30 [6] 2020
up toe   
53.30 2030
Potential coverage of women who are eligible to receive paid maternity leave (%) 4.5a 4.5a 2020
up toe   
21b 2030 9c – 32d
Number of large and medium companies   24,529 [27]   
Percentage of large and medium companies with lactation rooms n/a 10.5 [35] 2020
up toe   
80 2030
  1. This table shows all of the base and scenario assumptions used in the calculation
  2. Assumptions derived from ILO report [1]: aMedian of coverage in practice of maternity leave cash benefits, bMedian of coverage in law of maternity leave, cMaximum coverage in practice of maternity leave cash benefits, dMaximum of coverage in law of maternity leave, e“Up to” refers to gradual yearly increase: see Table 2, fthis is national level average wage, only serves to give a rough picture of the amount for the readers. The wage rate used for the calculation itself was the average wage rate per province