Blocking Bolsa Família due to lack of FUNDS? Understand the federal government's statement

Thousands of Bolsa Família beneficiaries are insecure about the possibility of being left without Bolsa Família due to lack of government funding. As a result, there was a need for a statement.

Amid financial uncertainties, the Bolsa Família program, which currently benefits more than 21 million Brazilians, faces questions about its continuity due to possible budget cuts.

The concern arises in the context of budget adjustments to accommodate parliamentary amendments, raising doubts about the allocation of resources between social programs and amendments. Check out!

Thousands of Brazilians are afraid of the possibility of blocking Bolsa Família due to lack of budget. Understand! / Credit: @jeanedeoliveirafotografia / pronatec.pro.br

Government guarantees to continue Bolsa Família

At first, Rui Costa, Chief Minister of the Civil House, in a recent press conference, addressed the issue, reassuring the population by stating that the government will seek a balance, guaranteeing the payment of amendments without compromising essential programs such as Bolsa Família.

The government’s strategy appears to be to find alternatives that allow maintaining the integrity of social programs, avoiding cuts that could directly affect millions of Brazilian families.

Impact on beneficiary families

Furthermore, the program has been a crucial tool for reducing poverty and social inequality in Brazil.

Any change in its structure or financing could have significant consequences for families who depend on this support for their basic needs.

Future perspectives

In short, the situation requires careful monitoring of government decisions and dialogue between the Executive and Legislative branches.

The priority must be to ensure that social programs, such as Bolsa Família, continue to receive the support necessary for their effective operation, ensuring that the country’s most vulnerable families are not harmed.

The government’s commitment to maintaining Bolsa Família, despite budgetary challenges, reflects the importance of the program for social cohesion and sustainable development in Brazil.

After all, the continuity of this support is fundamental for millions of Brazilians who see Bolsa Família as a pillar for building a better future.

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Conditions for entering Bolsa Família

To participate in Bolsa Família, families must be registered in the Federal Government’s Single Registry for Social Programs and meet income criteria: up to R$89.00 per capita per month for extremely poor families and up to R$178.00 for poor families , as long as they have pregnant women, nursing mothers, children or adolescents between 0 and 17 years old.

Registration is done at the Social Assistance Reference Centers (CRAS) in the municipality, presenting documents from all family members.

After registration, the Ministry of Social Development assesses eligibility and, if approved, the family is included in the program and begins to receive the benefit monthly, according to the profile and needs identified.

Bolsa Família calendar is still active

Finally, check out the rest of the Bolsa Família calendar in February:

NIS final 1: installment on February 16th NIS final 2: installment on February 19th NIS final 3: installment on February 20th NIS final 4: installment on February 21st NIS final 5: installment on February 22nd NIS final 6: installment on February 25th NIS final 7: installment on February 26th NIS final 8: installment on February 27th NIS final 9: installment on February 28th NIS final 0: installment on February 29th

To check the payment, access the Caixa Tem app (Android: or iOS:

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