The benefit reaches 456,000 children, who account for 43% of those receiving the benefit. Of all households, more than 200,000 receive the child support supplement.
The Minimum Vital Income (IMV) has reached 428,043 households this month, benefiting a total of 1.06 million people since it was launched. Of these, 43% are minors, with a total of
456,000 children, which shows the impact the benefit is having on reducing child poverty.
The number of adult recipients of the Minimum Living Income exceeds 600,000.
Of the total number of beneficiary households, more than 200,000 are also beneficiaries of the supplementary allowance for children, an allowance of 100 euros per household per month for children aged 0 to 3; 70 euros per month for each child aged 3 to 6, and 50 euros per month for each child aged 6 to 18, which came into effect on 1 January.
Since the implementation of the benefit, the National Social Security Institute (INSS) has received more than 1.7 million applications, of which 150,000 were duplicates. Of the total number of valid applications, more than 92% have been processed.