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Transbaikal allocated more than 350 million rubles to support families

Transbaikal allocated more than 350 million rubles to support families
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In 2019, the Trans-Baikal Territory will receive more than 350 million rubles for additional payments by birth or adoption of the first and second child. Already on August 2, funds in the amount of more than 40 million rubles will go to the 1438 account for families in the region. “I would like the citizens to apply and receive these payments. The list of documents for receiving funds is minimal, ”noted the Deputy Chairman of the regional government for social issues, Ayagma Vanchikova. She also added that families can spend the maternity capital at their discretion - to improve housing conditions, pay for the education of the child or for other needs.

These payments are provided for children born after 31 December 2018. The regional allowance granted after the birth of the first child this year is 23 602 rubles, and the maternity capital is 135 907 rubles. Large families can receive additional payments that will be provided monthly until the child reaches three years of age. The amount of this benefit is 11 801 ruble. One of the conditions for granting this allowance is the level of average per capita income in a family - it must be below the subsistence minimum.

Additional regional payments in Transbaikalia were provided to families with children as part of the national project "Demography".