Mothers from Pernambuco: government starts paying the first installment of R$300; find out how to sign up | Pernambuco

Mothers from Pernambuco: government starts paying the first installment of R$300; find out how to sign up | Pernambuco
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Mothers from Pernambuco start paying the first installment of R$300

Women who confirmed their details on the website between March 25th and April 25th will be the first to receive payment, this May.

To be entitled to the benefit, women must meet five requirements:

  • Live in Pernambuco;
  • ⁠Be a beneficiary of Bolsa Família and keep the Single Registry (CadÚnico) data updated;
  • Be responsible for the family;
  • ⁠Be pregnant, mother or responsible for a child up to 6 years old;
  • ⁠Not having formal employment.

Mães de Pernambuco is in the second phase of confirmations. Registered women who confirm their data by the May 20 deadline will receive payment on the fifth business day of each month, starting in June, according to the state government.

Confirmation of adherence to the program must be done through the program portal until the deadline. To do this, you must provide your date of birth and Social Identification Number (NIS). According to the government, the benefit will continue to be active and paid as long as the mother has children under 6 years of age..

If you have any questions or difficulties in registering, you can contact the Social Ombudsman’s Office by calling toll-free 0800.081.4421, by WhatsApp number (81) 98494-1298 or by email Ouviria@sas .gov.pe.br.

1 of 1 Ana Carolina Fragoso, 27 years old, is the mother of Maria Esther, 3 years old, and one of the beneficiaries of the Mães de Pernambuco program — Photo: Iris Costa/Disclosure
Ana Carolina Fragoso, 27 years old, is the mother of Maria Esther, 3 years old, and one of the beneficiaries of the Mães de Pernambuco program — Photo: Iris Costa/Disclosure
  • Having a dependent in early childhood;
  • Be pregnant and beneficiary of the Variable Benefit Program for Pregnant Women (BVG);
  • Being a provider for a single-parent family (solo mother);
  • Being a person with a disability or having a dependent with a disability;
  • Be over 65 years old;
  • Being black, brown, indigenous, quilombola or gypsy;
  • Belonging to a terreiro community;
  • Work in extractive activities;
  • Working in artisanal fishing;
  • Integrate riverside community;
  • Be a collector of recyclable material;
  • Be settled for agrarian reform;
  • Being a rural camper;
  • Working in family farming;
  • Be a beneficiary of the National Land Credit Program;
  • Not knowing how to read or write;
  • Living in a place without running water;
  • Living in a place with walls built with material such as mud, straw or reclaimed wood;
  • Living in a place without a bathroom or toilet;
  • Living in an improvised location adapted to serve as housing (abandoned houses, buildings and camps in rural areas or in public areas such as tents and tents);
  • Living in collective homes, such as shelters, guesthouses, accommodation, among others;
  • Being homeless;
  • Have a family component in the prison system;
  • Having a child in a child labor situation.

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