MAXIMUM announcement for Brazilians who receive Bolsa Família and have children

Although it has existed for many years, Bolsa Família continues to raise doubts in many beneficiaries. Many of them are linked to education.

Bolsa Família, already well known by most Brazilians, is a fundamental income transfer program in Brazil, created in 2003, aimed at families in situations of poverty and extreme poverty.

With the intention of providing basic financial support, the program’s main objectives are to ensure that children and adolescents in these families have access to education and adequate food.

In 2021, the program was temporarily renamed to Auxílio Brasil, but in 2023 it resumed its original name, reaffirming its initial commitment to Brazilian families.

In addition to the fixed monthly amount, Bolsa Família offers additional benefits, aiming to support child development and guarantee the well-being of pregnant women, reinforcing the importance of the family as a nucleus for social development.

Those who receive Bolsa Família have access to facilities for their children’s education | Image: @jeanedeoliveirafotografia /

Eligibility Criteria for Bolsa Família and the Importance of Education

To be eligible for Bolsa Família, families must meet the income criteria established by the government, classifying themselves within the poverty or extreme poverty categories.

Furthermore, it is essential that they are registered in the Federal Government’s Single Registry for Social Programs (CadÚnico), which works as a mechanism to identify and include families that need support in social assistance programs and public policies.

Keeping children studying is essential

One of the pillars of the program is the requirement for school attendance for children and adolescents. This demonstrates the government’s concern not only with financial assistance, but also with guaranteeing fundamental rights, such as education.

This condition aims to encourage children and adolescents to remain in school, combating school dropout and contributing to the educational training of beneficiaries.

The program even allows the beneficiaries’ children to study in private schools, as long as the family meets the income criteria and that minimum school attendance is maintained, reaffirming Bolsa Família’s commitment to education as a tool for social transformation.

About Registration, Consultation and Payment Calendar

The Bolsa Família registration process requires families to pre-register on the Meu CadÚnico platform, accessible via the website or app. After this step, you must go to a CRAS unit with the necessary documentation to complete the registration.

Consultation on the status and details of the benefit can be done via the website, dedicated applications or by telephone, facilitating beneficiaries’ access to information and ensuring transparency in the process.

About transfers made to those who comply with the rules

The program follows a monthly payment calendar, organized according to the last digit of the beneficiary’s Social Identification Number (NIS).

This organization allows for an efficient and orderly distribution of resources, ensuring that benefits are delivered equitably and without delays. The payment schedule is published in advance, allowing families to plan their finances and ensure adequate use of the financial support received.

In conclusion, Bolsa Família represents a milestone in social assistance policies in Brazil, focusing on combating poverty and promoting education as a basis for development.

By providing financial support and ensuring access to education, the program plays a crucial role in reducing social inequality and building a more promising future for millions of Brazilians.

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