On February 9, Resolution 211.14, which approved the Maternity Protection Convention No. 183 from the International Labor Organization, which provides for a two-week maternity leave increase, came into force. By resolution approved on March of 2014, by the House of Representatives, it was established that of the maternity leave of fourteen weeks, six must be postpartum. Similarly, the agreement states that women who are absent from work because of pregnancy are entitled to benefits in money that guarantee their support and that of the child at a suitable level. The amount of these benefits may not be less than two-thirds of the previous gains, or to an amount of the same order of magnitude.