The Ministry of Economic and Social Inclusion (MIES for its Spanish acrony,) has launched a plan to verify the status of those receiving the Human Development Bond (BDH for its Spanish acronym) through door-to-door tours, survey applications, reporting and monitoring cases of applicants. The results of the process may change the list of recipients.
The poll has a space to fill the bond holder’s data: name, address, telephone numbers, location reference, etc., followed by 19 questions organized in boxes with answer options.
For example: “What is the state of the house?” To which the answers “very good, good, bad or very bad” are available.
Information about the location of the toilet at home, where did the recipient spend the money from the bond, since when it receives it and how long it takes to get to where the bond comes from, will also be requested.
The survey also has a section of 18 questions about the number of household members, kin, marital status, number of children, ethnic self-identification and handicap status (if any).
Finally there is a section on health: where does the family go for medical care and how often.
Surveys will be applied until March 23.