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In the absence of the IFE, who is charging an extra $ 2,000 and $ 3,000 from Anses this week?

After the $ 10,000 Emergency Family Income Bonus (IFE) that delivered Anses was canceled, different officials adopted certain measures to continue accompanying the most vulnerable sectors, such as the Ministry of Social Development of the Nation, which in February granted a bonus to the holders of the Universal Child Allowance (AUH).

Through the Feed Card, the portfolio minister, Daniel Arroyo, granted an increase of 50%, that is to say of $ 2,000 and $ 3,000 for certain beneficiaries who collect their benefit through Anses.

This is the case of AUH holders with a child under six years of age, who previously received $ 4,000 for the exclusive purchase of food, in February they will access $ 6,000. For AUH mothers or fathers with more than one child, who previously earned $ 6,000, will now be credited $ 9,000.

Through a statement, the Ministry of Social Development reported the accreditation dates for the $ 2,000 and $ 3,000 increase.

Alimentar card: collection date with the 50% increase

It has already been accredited to:

DNIs ending in 0 were collected on Wednesday, February 17. DNI ending in 1 collected on Wednesday February 17. DNI ending in 2 collected on Wednesday February 17. DNI ending in 3 were collected on Wednesday, February 17. DNI ending in 4 were collected on Wednesday February 17. DNI ending in 5 were collected on Wednesday, February 17. DNI ending in 6 were collected on Thursday, February 18. DNIs ending in 7 were collected on Friday, February 19.

AUH: Who is charging $ 2,000 and $ 3,000 this week?

DNI ending in 8 charged on Monday, February 22.
DNI ending in 9 charged on Tuesday February 23.

To those who own the plastic, the total monthly amount was credited last Friday, February 19.

How to check the balance of the Alimentar Card?

The options are:

Contact the Banelco Network at 011-4320500 (option 2). The opening hours are only Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Go to the Banelco Network ATMs and check the balance.