The Family Grant Program (PBF) is currently the Brazilian social policy to fight hunger of greater magnitude and scope. Aimed at families in poverty and extreme poverty, it associates the transfer of financial benefits with access to basic social rights through conditionality. Three main axes and interrelated actions should make this program: income transfer, access to public health and education, and access to employment and income through complementary programs. However, it is clear that income transfer plays a central role in PBF. This study aimed to identify the representations of PBF beneficiaries about the financial benefits received and, therefore, discuss the relation between these individuals and the program. We conducted 23 interviews and analyzed them through the hermeneutic-dialectic approach. The interviews summarized the representations of beneficiaries with the category help . The main points we highlight on this categorization are: a lack of benefit considering the needs of the family; disregard of this benefit as a right, ie, understanding that it is some kind of grant; and the feeling of disaffiliation from the labor market, which generates feelings of worthlessness and social inertia.
Basic Social Rights Social Inertia Complementary Programs Lack Of Benefit Main Axes Extreme Poverty Income Transfer Social Rights Financial Benefits Main Points
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