Income above $ 1 million is enjoyed by 0.6% of the world’s adult population.
Incme $ 100 000 – $ 1 million is enjoyed by 7,5% of the world’s adult population.
Income $ 10 000 – $ 100 000 is enjoyed by 21,3% of the world’s adult population
Income below $ 10 000 is enjoyed by 70,1% of the world’s adult population
43,000 richest Indonesians (who represent only 0.02 percent of the total Indonesian population) is equivalent to 25 percent of Indonesia’s GDP. The 40 richest Indonesians account for 10.3 percent of GDP (which is the same amount as the combined wealth of the 60 million poorest Indonesians). These numbers indicate a huge concentration of wealth within the small elite.
The 2012 maternal mortality rate per 100,000 live births is 359 deaths, a significant increased from 2010 data with 220 deaths and far from the MDGs goal of 102 deaths by the end of 2015. The main cause of deaths are severe post-natal bleeding due to lack of pregnancy regular control, although National Family Planning Coordination Board and the Central Statistics Agency data showed improvement from 93 percent of women received prenatal care in 2007 increased to 96 percent in 2012.