"We have implemented Islamic values while designing economic recovery policies," Indrawati remarked while addressing the National Seminar on Sharia Economics and Finance here on Wednesday.
The government is striving to build a more inclusive and just Indonesian economy by according priority to vulnerable groups in the fields of education, economy, and health, according to the minister.
Moreover, the Joko Widodo administration supports children from underprivileged families by offering scholarships from elementary, junior, and senior high schools, to colleges under the Smart Indonesia Card Program.
The government additionally provides support to people, who lost their jobs, through the Pre-Employment Card Program that aligns with the aspect of justice in sharia economic values, Indrawati remarked.
Furthermore, the government offers support to vulnerable people in the health sector by paying for health insurance, so that they can avail various basic services for free.
"Those are the dimensions of sharia which, in my opinion, are very important for us to continue and to showcase in various roles for supporting and strengthening the Indonesian economy to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic," the minister emphasized.
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