The municipal government, through DIF, is inviting mothers, fathers or guardians with an income of less than 15,000 pesos per month, to be part of the Economic Grant Program for the Inclusive Care, Care and Development of Girls, Boys and Adolescents from childcare centers in the Chihuahua municipality, in the form of day care homes.
which consists of a monthly stipend in the amount of 600 pesos for girls and boys from 18 months to 12 years old who meet the prescribed requirements; This scholarship will be offered from April of this year until February 2023, for which a maximum of two scholarships per family may apply.
Among the requirements, it is required to present a valid official identification (it can be a voter’s ID, a passport, an identity card).
• Child-sized picture of a girl or boy, coloured, study, photographic paper, white background, full front, uncovered face, clear ears.
• An updated birth certificate or adoption certificate for the girl or boy.
• CURP for the mother, father or guardian.
• Proof of address (electricity or water no more than three months old or earlier).
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• Proof of last month’s income for the mother, father or guardian who generates income in the applicant’s home. If the payment is weekly, the last four payment receipts will be requested. If every two weeks. If you do not have this proof, write a letter stating the income you receive, the name of the employer, the phone number and the address of the workplace. If you don’t have a job or a steady income, create a document explaining the source of your family’s support.
• In the case of disability, a signed medical certificate of no more than three months.
Registration will take place from Monday 18 April to Thursday 21 April, in coordination for girls, boys, adolescents and childcare at the municipal DIF, located at 802 Teófilo Borunda Street, Centro de la Ciudad district. Chihuahua, 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., subject to the schedule previously established by the coordination.
For more information, you can call (614) 415-5517, or go to the Girls, Boys, Teen and Child Care Coordination.