Unified Registry

The Unified Registry for Social Programs of the Brazilian government (Cadastro Único) is a tool for identification and socioeconomic characterization of low-income families that can be used for social programs and policies geared towards such families. The Unified Registry database allows the government to understand exactly which the poorest and most vulnerable segments of the population are.

As such, the Unified Registry is a strategic tool for the coordination of the social promotion and protection network, being paramount for the integration of initiatives from various areas and levels of government aiming to promote the social inclusion of Brazil’s low-income population.

The WWP has prepared new material and gathered videos on this subject. Please check below:

Additional information may be found on the videos Bolsa Familia Program and the Unified Registry – Training of Managers and Technical Staff, Brazilian Diversity: Respecting and IncludingWWP Quick Question: Advantages of the Unified Registry and The Brazilian Social Protection System.

All the content mentioned above can also be found in the Publications.