This WWP article outlines the results of the key assessment indicators related to the impacts of the Bolsa Familia Program in areas such as poverty, inequality, consumption, economic development, and women’s empowerment. The article contains many interesting facts and figures. It is estimated, for example, that GDP growth in Brazil has increased by R$ 1,78 for every R$1,00 paid to beneficiaries of the program. On the health front, the incidence of low birth weight is 14.5% lower among babies from BFP beneficiary families in the “extremely poor” category.