New ACHIEVEMENT! Basic food baskets are RELEASED in February and the population can now receive

Thousands of people will be able to receive basic food baskets from the government through Bolsa Família. Find out who can access the benefit!

Did you know that in addition to the monthly benefit, Bolsa Família is offering something else to help Brazilian families? I’m talking about basic food baskets, extra help for those who need it most. At this challenging time for many, this help is such a relief! If you are a Bolsa Família beneficiary, I want to tell you how you can receive this additional assistance.

Let’s understand this process together, simplify the steps and ensure that you don’t miss this opportunity. Follow me on this journey towards more food security!

Did you know that Bolsa Família also distributes basic food baskets? See which people can have access! / Credit: @jeanedeoliveirafotografia / pronatec.pro.br

Basic food baskets through Bolsa Família: find out how to secure yours!

Bolsa Família, serving more than 21 million families across Brazil, now includes the distribution of basic food baskets. But be careful: each municipality has its own rules for receiving these baskets. What do they have in common? Let’s find out!

How to receive basic food baskets

To access this help, the first step is to go to a CRAS unit (Social Assistance Reference Center). There, a social worker will explain all the criteria and what you need to do. Generally, it is necessary to have the Single Registry updated.

Required documentation

Prepare yourself by bringing some important documents:

Identification document with photo; CPF; Proof of residence; Voter registration card; Birth and marriage certificate (if applicable).

Extra cash benefit

In some places, the basic food basket comes in the form of an extra benefit, which varies between R$200 and R$300. This amount is deposited directly into Caixa Tem’s Social Savings, an app that allows various financial transactions.

Payment calendar

Payment dates generally follow the Bolsa Família calendar, organized according to the Social Identification Number (NIS). Keep an eye!

NIS final 1: February 16;NIS final 2: February 19;NIS final 3: February 20;NIS final 4: February 21;NIS final 5: February 22;NIS final 6: February 23;NIS final 7: February 26th; NIS end 8: February 27th; NIS end 9: February 28th; NIS end 0: February 29th.

Learn about the Bolsa Família rules and expand your benefits!

Bolsa Família is an income transfer program from the Federal Government of Brazil, designed to help families in situations of poverty and extreme poverty. To participate and benefit from this program, it is necessary to understand and comply with some important rules:

Income criteria

Poverty: monthly income of up to R$ 89.00 per person; Extreme poverty: monthly income of up to R$ 178.00 per person, as long as they have children or adolescents aged 0 to 17; Single Registration: to be eligible, the family must be registered in the Single Registry for Social Programs of the Federal Government. It is through this registry that the government identifies and selects families that need assistance.

Data update

The information in the Single Registry must be updated regularly, at least every two years, or whenever there is a significant change in the family situation, such as birth, death, marriage, change of address, among others.

Education conditionalities

Families with children and adolescents between the ages of 6 and 17 must guarantee school attendance of at least 85% for children and adolescents aged 6 to 15, and 75% for adolescents aged 16 and 17.

Health conditions

Benefiting families must comply with health conditions, which include monitoring the vaccination schedule and the growth and development of children under 7 years of age. Pregnant women must undergo prenatal care, and women of childbearing age (14 to 44 years) must participate in family planning actions.

Post a Comment

Previous Post Next Post