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  1. OUR LIFE GOT BETTER

  2. Real Per Capita HouseholdIncomeGrowth byquintile (%) – 2002/2012 2.6 times Source: IBGE/PNAD. Note: Harmonized Data: Brazil, disgardingthe Rural North

  3. Minimum Wage Evolution(R$ and % real variation) Real increase 72% Source: Banco Central. Note: DevelopedbyMinistryofFinance. Data: R$ and Var % real (deflatedby INPC)

  4. Formal Jobs Evolution (in million) +21.5 million formal jobs Source: RAIS/MTE. Note: Balancedbytheendoftheperiods

  5. BOLSA FAMILIA PROGRAM OUR LIFE GOT BETTER

  6. BolsaFamíliaProgram: Main Goals 1. Alleviate poverty and hunger 2. Increase education attendance and reduce school dropout rates 3. Improve access to health services for children, pregnant and breastfeeding women

  7. BolsaFamíliaExpansion Brazil Without Extreme Poverty Plan 12.0 10.1 8.7 7.9 7.2 6.6 6.1 Cash transfers (US$ billions) 5.5 4.8 4.1 14.1 2.1 1.7 0.5 Families in BolsaFamília(millions) 0.0 12.8 2013 2003 2010 2000 2001 2002 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2011 2012 9.2 3.6

  8. HEALTH FOR BOLSA FAMÍLIA’S CHILDREN HAS IMPROVED OUR LIFE GOT BETTER

  9. 50% increase in prenatal healthcare 14% reduction in premature birth rates Less babies born underweight 99.1% children get vaccinated OUR LIFE GOT BETTER

  10. Children aged from 0 to 5 years old 46% decrease in diarrhea mortality rates 58% decrease in malnutrition mortality rates OUR LIFE GOT BETTER

  11. Prevalence of stunting (%) in children up to 5 years old in the BolsaFamíliaProgram 16.8 16.2 15.6 15.1 14.5

  12. EDUCATION FOR BOLSA FAMÍLIA’S CHILDREN HAS IMPROVED OUR LIFE GOT BETTER

  13. Almost 16 million students are monitored for attendance OUR LIFE GOT BETTER

  14. BF improves school performance ofpoorchildren 88,2 Approval rates in publicschoolsin 2012 85,2 79,7 75,7 Bolsa Família Without Bolsa Família 50 Basic/MiddleSchool High School

  15. BolsaFamília reduces educational inequality % of 15 years old students at public schools at the appropriate grade level % de estudantes de 15 anos da rede pública na série/ano esperado 73.2 19,4 63.1 -37% 31.0 53.8 20% poorestpeople 80% rest of the population 32.1

  16. BOLSA FAMÍLIA IMPACT ON POVERTY AND EXTREME POVERTY OUR LIFE GOT BETTER

  17. ModelingBF impactwithvariablebenefits US$ 1.25/ day per capita Closing the gap BolsaFamília Monthly family income per capita • BolsaFamíliaincreased by 55% over inflation • For the poorest the value of benefits increased by 102%

  18. BolsaFamília keeps 36 million people out of extreme poverty OUR LIFE GOT BETTER

  19. Extreme poverty reduction (%) Rate by age Reductionof 36% 10 8 6 Reductionof 89% 4 2 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 0 Without Bolsa Família With BolsaFamília before “Brazil Without Extreme Poverty Plan” Age With BolsaFamília after “Brazil Without Extreme Poverty Plan"

  20. ACTIVE SEARCHING The poor shall no longer seek the State for help The State shall go where poverty is • Every extremely poor family must be part of BolsaFamilia • 919 thousand families have been located and included • 600 thousand yet to be found (estimate)

  21. ACTIVE SEARCHING

  22. ACTIVE SEARCHING – SOCIAL ASSISTANCE • 1,197 social assistance mobile teams • 113 speedboats for the mobile teams

  23. ACTIVE SEARCHING 919 thousand families located and included in the Registry

  24. ACTIVE SEARCHING

  25. Single Registryfor Social Programs • The Single Registry is the main door to other policies and services (Brazil Without Extreme Poverty Plan) • One third of Brazilian families are registered

  26. Social Benefits (coverage) Benefit Types Old Age and Disability Pensions; Sickness and Work Injury Benefit (84.4 million) Unemployment Insurance (7.8 million) Contributory Social Assistance Benefits (Old Age; Disability) (28.9 million) BolsaFamília Program (14.1 millionfamilies) Non-Contributory

  27. POSITIVE EFFECTS OF BOLSA FAMÍLIA ON THE ECONOMY OUR LIFE GOT BETTER

  28. US$ 1.00 GDP MultiplierEffect = US$ 1.78 OUR LIFE GOT BETTER

  29. BolsaFamíliadoes so much for Brazil that every Brazilian benefits OUR LIFE GOT BETTER

  30. ENDING EXTREME POVERTY IS ONLY THE BEGINNING

  31. Full-time Education SchooolExpansion in themostvulnerableareas • Prioritytoschoolswith more than 50% students as Bolsa Família beneficiaries Source: SIMEC/MEC, July 2013.