The government of peter castle has been delivering the Yanapay Peru Bonus, a subsidy which consists of the delivery of 350 soles to people in situations of poverty and extreme poverty, with special vulnerability to the COVID-19 pandemic. Find out if you are a beneficiary of this financial aid, which is delivered through the Ministry of Development and Social Inclusion (Midis).
On February 22 last, the Midis delivered the monetary subsidy Yanapay to the beneficiary number 12 million. In this way, an advance of 88.8% is registered in the fulfillment of the delivery of the total programmed. The remaining number of citizens who are creditors of monetary aid can withdraw the 350 soles at the offices of the National bank.
Yanapay Peru Bonus: how do I know if I am a beneficiary?
- Enter the following link: consulta.yanapay.gob.pe
- Enter your ID number
- Enter the date of issue of the DNI
- Click on the option Check if you are a beneficiary
Yanapay Peru Bonus: payment schedule
- Group 1 (from September 13): citizenship that is part of the social programs Pension 65, Together and With You
- Group 2 (from October 5): users with bank accounts, digital wallets, mobile banking and DNI account (Banco de la Nación)
- Group 3 (from October 18): Peruvians living in rural communities without access to financial systems
- Group 4 (current): people without bank accounts who will receive the Bonus of 350 soles through the windows of the Banco de la Nación
Yanapay Peru Bonus: check the payment methods
There are six ways for beneficiaries to collect the Yanapay Bonus. However, for those who have already passed their collection date, they can only do so by going to the windows of the National bank.
- Deposit in account
- ID account
- Cellular banking of Banco de la Nación
- Paying carts
- Home payment
- cash pickup
Yanapay bonus: requirements and amounts
- Adults who are part of households in conditions of poverty, extreme poverty and vulnerability in our country, as well as those households that have beneficiaries of the Juntos, Pension 65 and Contigo programs
- People who live in dwellings without income from the formal labor market, pensioners and interns. Household income, however, must not amount to S / 3,000 soles in its entirety
- An additional subsidy of S/ 350 is granted for families that have among their members adults who are responsible for one or more children.
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