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Table 2 Estimates of women in the formal sector receiving paid maternity leave as coverage is increased from 4.5 to 32% between 2020 and 2030 as adjusted for increased labor participation of women and population growth in Indonesia

From: The financing need for expanded maternity protection in Indonesia

Year 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 Total
Female labor participation rate (%) 51.30 51.50 51.70 51.90 52.10 52.30 52.50 52.70 52.90 53.10 53.30  
Estimated number of women working in formal sector eligible to paid maternity leave
 Potential coverage in base scenarioa (%) 4.50 * * * * * * * * * *  
 Number of women covered 48,664 49,489 50,327 51,178 52,043 52,922 53,815 54,723 55,644 56,581 57,532 582,920
 Potential coverage in scenario 1 and 2 (%) 4.50 6.15 7.80 9.45 11.10 12.75 14.40 16.05 17.70 19.35 21  
 Number of women covered 48,664 67,635 87,233 107,475 128,374 149,947 172,209 195,178 218,868 243,298 268,484 1,687,364
Estimated number of large and medium companies with lactation room
 No. of additional companies with lactation room 2575 1704 1704 1704 1704 1704 1704 1704 1704 1704 1704 19,623
 Percentage out companies with lactation room out of 24,529 total (%) 10.50 17.45 24.40 31.35 38.30 45.25 52.20 59.15 66.10 73.05 80.00  
  1. This table shows the cost of estimation of expanded paid maternity leave
  2. *no change
  3. aincrease only due to population growth and female labor participation rate