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Indonesia Poverty Profile in March 2023

Indonesia Poverty Profile in March 2023
Release Date : July 17, 2023
File Size : 4.99 MB

Abstract

  • The percentage of people living in poverty in March 2023 was 9.36 percent, decreased 0.21 percent from September 2022 and down 0.18 percent from March 2022.
  • In March 2023, there were 25.90 million poor people in Indonesia, decreased by 0.46 million people compared to September 2022 and decreased by 0.26 million people compared to March 2022.
  • The percentage of the poor in urban areas in March 2023 was 7.29 percent, down by 0.24 percent compared to September 2022 (7.53 percent). On the other hand, the percentage of the poor in rural areas in March 2023 was 12.22 percent, and it down from 12.36 percent in September 2022.
  • Compared to September 2022, the number of poor people in urban areas in March 2023 decreased by 0.24 million people, from 11.98 million people in September 2022 to 11.74 million people in March 2023. Meanwhile the number of the poor in rural areas decreased by 0.22 million people, from 14.38 million people in September 2022 to 14.16 million people in March 2023.
  • The poverty line in March 2023 was IDR550,458/capita/month. It is consist of the Food Poverty Line at IDR408,522 (74.21 percent) and the Non-Food Poverty Line at IDR141,936 (25.79 percent).
  • In March 2023, poor households in Indonesia had an average of 4.71 household members. Thus, the poverty line per poor household on average is IDR2,592,657/poor household/month.
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