In January, the expenditures amounted to 334.8 billion tenge, which was 11.1% more than a year earlier. The segment's share was 27.8% of all expenses in Kazakhstan, against 29.5% a year earlier.
For reference: in January-December 2020, 3.8 trillion tenge were allocated from the state budget for social service and social security, plus 9% per year. As of January-December 2020, non-sequestered (i.e., not subject to reduction) programs of the national budget were executed in the amount of 4.2 trillion tenge, 6.4% more than a year earlier. A one-time government benefit in connection with birth of child were 52.3 billion tenge, child care allowance for children aged under one year - 31.7 billion tenge, benefits for parents and foster parents raising children with disabilities - 49.6 billion tenge, allowance for mothers with many children - 49.1 billion tenge.
Over the past year, 425.6 thousand people were born in the country, which was 5.6% more than a year earlier. Child care allowance for child aged under one year paid from the national budget is about 6.2 thousand tenge per month. It is worth noting that the average indicator of 2019, which was approximately 7.2 thousand tenge, exceeded the indicator of 2020 by 13.5%.
Source: http://finprom.kz/ru/article/zatraty-gosbyudzheta-na-socialnuyu-pomosh-i-socialnoe- obespechenie-rastut-v-nachale-goda-pokazatel-uvelichilsya-na-11-odnako-etogo-yavno-nedostatochno
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