It was announced by the Minister of Social Development, Daniel Arroyo, who recalled that this additional will begin to be paid this week. Who will access
The Minister of Social Development of the Nation, Daniel Arroyo, announced a payment of $ 3,000 as reinforcement for 345,000 people who are part of the Empower Work program and did not receive the 10,000 peso bonus of the Emergency Family Income (IFE), which was granted by the Government to the sectors most vulnerable to the coronavirus pandemic (Covid-19).
Then, said bonus that was paid during April and June, will have its third payment from August 3.
“Our objective is to sustain the income of families in the difficult context generated by the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Arroyo.
“Our goal is to sustain the income of families in the difficult context,” said Arroyo.
Who has access to the $ 3,000 bonus?
Beneficiaries of the Empower Work program, which brings together the We Make Future and Complementary Social Salary programs, and seeks to advance in the conversion of social plans to focus on employability and productive proposals, with the aim of promoting social inclusion and improving income.
– Includes women and men over 18 and under 65 years of age.
– They have not collected the Emergency Family Income (IFE).
It seeks to provide assistance to sectors that are running out of income
How and when will it be deposited?
Starting this Monday, August 3. According to the hours and work that each beneficiary has, it is the assignment that is granted, between $ 8,500 or $ 16,875.
In addition, the reinforcement delivered by the Ministry of Development of $ 3,000 will be added in August.
It should be clarified that said benefit excludes all those who have collected the IFE, it will be for a total of 345 thousand people.
The Empower Work program, the ministry recalled in a statement, brings together the We Make Future and the Complementary Social Salary programs and seeks to advance in the conversion of social plans to focus on employability and productive proposals. These programs aim to promote social inclusion and improve income, and include those over 18 and under 65. Likewise, it provides a complementary social salary for individual holders and ministerial credits to management units, made up of the provinces.
“It represents a recognition to those who are working in canteens and picnic areas across the country and are part of the Empower Work program,” he said.
The minister outlined that his management started “with the Food Card a week after taking office” and noted that seven months after that his portfolio achieved “a whole mechanism of support for what has to do with the critical situation, the social situation . ”
“Before the start of the pandemic, food assistance was 5 billion pesos per month and now it is 14 billion. There has been a decision to pour resources and start with the last ones. And also, what we have always proposed is the Argentina is rebuilding from the bottom up, “he emphasized.
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