Citizen Income 2023 is a social support Colombian government, which has been designed to benefit close to 3 million families in extreme poverty. It is worth mentioning that the beneficiaries of this subsidy will be the families that are registered in the Sisben IV, in addition to 113 thousand families from indigenous communities.
In this note from SPORTS Know all the details of the Citizen Income in this 2023 and who will be the people or families that will benefit from this subsidy.
When do they pay Citizen Income?
In Colombia, a transition phase is being planned in order to provide a bonus of 500,000 pesos to households in poverty, extreme poverty or economic vulnerability as of April 2023. The National Development Plan in Colombia has included the program Citizen Income as part of long-term government policies. As a result, the project must be considered by the Congress of the Republic and its feasibility will depend on the decisions made in the legislative sphere.
How much is the amount of Citizen Income?
The Colombian government plan plans that the citizen income bonus would be 500,000 pesos to households in a situation of poverty, extreme poverty or economic vulnerability. The Citizen Income program has been included in the National Development Plan in Colombia as part of long-term government policies.
How to register for Citizen Income?
It is essential that households are registered and classified in Sisbén IV in order to receive the Citizen Income subsidy in 2023. It will be the responsibility of the National Government to determine which families are eligible to receive the subsidy, based on their level of vulnerability. In other words, the National Government will select the beneficiary families of the subsidy, evaluating their situation of vulnerability through the use of Sisbén IV.
Who accesses Citizen Income?
After the completion of the Solidarity Income program, the only current subsidies are those provided by Familias en Acción, Jóvenes en Acción and other economic assistance programs, aimed at mitigating the effects of the rainy season that have recently affected the country. The allocation of these financial supports will be the responsibility of the Department of Social Prosperity and will be delivered to households that are in a condition of poverty, extreme poverty or socioeconomic vulnerability.