Over 2.8 million people have benefited from the government’s more than $960 million cash transfer program for low-income and vulnerable families afflicted by the Covid-19 outbreak.
On June 25, 2020, the program began. Twelve rounds of support have been authorized as of February 24; $962.97 million has been distributed to people carrying IDpoor cards.
The program has benefited 2,783,591 individuals from 705,613 households in total. According to the Ministry of Social Affairs Veterans and Youth Rehabilitation, they include 2,037 persons living with HIV/AIDS, 60,692 people with disabilities, 378,097 people over the age of 60, 110,025 children under the age of five, and 378,097 people over the age of 60.