The Ministry of Social Development of the Nation confirmed that on Monday the 14th the third raffle of the My Piece program will be held, aimed at women from popular neighborhoods, registered in the ReNaBaP, who, if they are benefited, will be able to expand or renovate their homes. In Tucumán, some 2,600 women will participate in the draw.
The total number of women awarded in the province is 2,565, which is equivalent to a total investment of $608 million. So far there are 2,077 that have already started their works with disbursements by the National State of $305 million.
In this way, the scope of the My Piece program reached 136 neighborhoods of the 203 popular neighborhoods registered in the ReNaBaP of the province, which are distributed in towns such as San Miguel de Tucumán, Chicligasta, Famaillá, Tafí Viejo and Yerba Buena.
Some 220,000 women registered nationwide to participate in the third draw. It is worth noting that in the first two editions of the My Piece raffle, more than 105,000 families benefited from an investment that, when all disbursements are completed, and adding the $8,000 million of the new raffle, will reach $32,800 million.
41.5% of the women who expect to be benefited live in critically overcrowded conditions, that is, more than three people share an environment; while 30.2% stated that they live in moderately overcrowded conditions, that is, they live in the same space with two or three people.
Regarding the age group, the majority of women (almost 84,000) are in the range that goes from 23 to 37 years old, while some 13,000 declared they were between 18 and 22. More than 21,000 are registered among the 38 and 42; registering registrations of women up to 67 years old.
Other data that emerge from the registrations show that 10 percent of the women who applied to access the program suffered or suffer some type of gender violence. Also that 17.4% are single-mother households and that 13.6% have a family member with a disability in charge.
My Piece is a public policy that complements the urbanization works and the construction of Lots with services for the integration of towns and settlements throughout the country, in charge of the Socio-Urban Integration Secretariat of the Ministry of Social Development of the Nation. This line is intended for women living in popular neighborhoods of the ReNaBaP, so that they can carry out works on their homes, whether they are small repairs, renovations or extensions, while projects and works are progressing for the integration of popular neighborhoods through infrastructure. .
The beneficiaries will access $100,000 or $240,000 that will be delivered in two installments of 50% through ANSES. The first installment will be for the start of the work while the second will be received after validating the progress of the work through a cell phone application.
Mi Piece is compatible with any social benefit, including the Enhance Work program, but those who do not complete the work progress will be disqualified from new economic assistance lines.