Oliver Bugarin 8 0 0 3 min to read

In the Davao Region, DSWD disperses P27-M educational aid.

As of August 27, around PHP27 million had been paid out for the educational payment in the Davao Region, according to the department of social welfare and development (DSWD-11) for that area.

The sum was distributed to about 11,023 kids in various grade levels, according to a statement from DSWD-11.

Students in crisis or emergency situations are now eligible for assistance under the DSWD’s Assistance to Individuals in Crisis Situations (AICS) program.

This city resident Marigen Anislag, 46, earned PHP3,000 in help for her student in Grade 12.

Anislag praised the government for providing the much-needed aid as their neighborhood was recently destroyed by fire, which resulted in them losing their home.

“The disaster destroyed our entire home, including our belongings and all of our clothing. In the local tongue, she said, “We only save ourselves.

Anislag went to the DSWD-11 office right away after getting a text message telling her she could complete her application for educational help. She was wearing clothes given to her by a friend.

“I am really appreciative of the DSWD since the aid comes to us immediately. I put a lot of effort into getting it, and I told the assessor about the true difficulty we are facing,” she added.

The DSWD-11 has already issued a warning to the public about “fixers” who assist applicants in processing their AICS educational cash aid.

The agency stated, “Everyone is advised that this practice is prohibited and that dealing with such people who are monetizing our needs is never beneficial.”

Up to September 24, the DSWD-11 rewards will be made every Saturday.


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