Mother and son try to remove the mud from their home after the overflow of the Chillón River. (Infobae/Paula Elizalde)
Citizens have been seriously affected by the phenomena that have occurred in recent weeks, from heavy rains to mudslides that have destroyed homes, leaving thousands of Peruvians homeless.
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Given these circumstances, the government has released the new Bond of S/500 for victims of rains, which has been designated for families whose properties are uninhabitable.
This is an effort by the central and local government so that the victims are not at risk from this type of disaster, which had a greater impact in 2023 due to Cyclone Yaku.
Also known as BAE, it is an economic aid of 500 soles that will be delivered monthly for a maximum period of two years. It is managed through the MVCS and the Mivivienda Fund (FMV).
The beneficiaries will be those citizens whose homes have been affected and have been declared uninhabitable or collapsed, due to natural disasters or induced by human action.
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The reason for this subsidy is so that citizens can find a space to live and that it has basic services. In this context, a series of requirements must be met:
1. That the house inhabited by the affected family is declared uninhabitable or destroyed.
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2. That the property to be rented is located in a safe area.
3. Those affected should not have another home in the emergency department.
4. The affected family must not have the status of tenant or guardian of the property.
Once the MVCS has verified the information submitted by the local governments, the call will be made through a ministerial resolution, detailing the number of potential beneficiaries, locations and deadlines.
Vice-minister Navarro Franco indicated that local governments will have to send the registers of victims to the Ministry of Housing, Construction and Sanitation so that these registered names remain in the National Information System for Response and Rehabilitation of the National Institute of Civil Defense (Indeci). .
The beneficiary family has 10 days to locate the house that they are going to rent with the bonus of 500 soles. In this estimated time, you will have to find a new space to live.
Additionally, an application for grant must be completed as well as an affidavit to proceed with the process.
– Link here to see the BAE grant request for victims.
– Link here to see affidavit.
It is a monthly economic aid of 500 soles, which at the established term, the registered family would receive a total of 12 thousand soles.
The main action is to approach the local authority, be it the municipality or a representative responsible for making the census to be registered. The person must have in their possession the physical National Identity Document. The delivery of this bonus will be by blocks. The first installment will go live this week.
According to information published by the newspaper El Peruano, these are the bonds that are still valid and that can be accessed during these months.
– Artisanal fisherman bonus.
– Bonus drought.
– Food voucher.
– Rentoca Bonus.
– Bonus to teachers.
– Bonus to police officers.
– Financial support for relatives of people who died during protests.
– Support for relatives of health personnel who died from COVID-19.
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