Cynthia Villar Criticized for ‘Insúlting’ Farmers and Fishermen “don’t know anything”

The senator was criticized for purportedly disrespecting farmers and fishermen when she stated during a Senate hearing that they have little understanding of the topic of climate change. Based on the National Network of Agrarian Reform Advocates (NNARA)-Youth group, Villar’s statement that fishermen and farmers are uneducated about climate change is a disrespect to them. … Read more

Eureka Appliance Company Báshed for Choosing Toni Gonzaga as Endoser 

After selecting the “Ultimate Multimedia Star” as its endorser, the appliance brand Eureka faced criticism. As a result of her new position as an appliance endorser, Toni Gonzaga is once more being discussed on Twitter. Internet users came together to criticize Eureka Home Appliances for their selection of endorsers, especially the Marcos family’s opponents. Toni … Read more

How to Get Solo Parent ID Benefits and Privilege

ELIGIBILITY AND EXTRA BENEFITS OF THE IMPLEMENTED AMENDED SOLO PARENT WELFARE ACT The Department of Social Welfare and Development-6 has authorized RA 11861, or the amended RA 8972, as the “Solo Parents’ Welfare Act of 2000.” According to Ms. Jewel Rose Galiga, Social Welfare Officer 3 of DSWD-Region VI, in an interview with Bombo Radyo, … Read more

DSWD Educational Cash Assistance: Agency Speaks on Online Application

The online application for financial help for schooling was addressed by the Department of Social Welfare and Development. Through a six-week program that will provide the recipients with financial aid for their educational expenses, the Department of Social Welfare and Development aims to help underprivileged students. The students may receive P1,000 to P4,000, according to … Read more

DSWD Educational Cash Assistance: Agency Eyes Possibility of Payout Extension

The Department of Social Welfare and Welfare Development is considering whether to extend the payout. The DSWD Educational Cash Assistance for underprivileged elementary, high school, and college/vocational students was budgeted at a total of P1.5 billion. The program will run for six weeks, with the last payout scheduled for September 24. According to a CNN article, … Read more

DSWD Educational Cash Aid: Update on Beneficiaries Who Received Assistance

The overall number of recipients who have already received financial aid for their studies is updated below. The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) is still reviewing the applications for the offer of educational support before distributing the funds to the intended beneficiaries. The entire number of recipients who have already received the help … Read more

DSWD Educational Assistance Online Registration Links

DSWD Secretary Erwin Tulfo indicated that they will no longer recommend walk-in applications for the distribution of financial help for needy students, as occurred over the weekend on the first day of payout, in order to prevent crowding. He also said applicants would be informed by text or email of the time and location of … Read more

The Reason for the DSWD’s Suspension of Online Educational Assistance Applications

Many parents and students requested educational assistance from the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD). However, the agency has recognized that the system can no longer serve applicants swiftly owing to the flood of applications. According to an ABS-CBN News source, the agency has decided to cease accepting applications for DSWD educational cash aid. … Read more

DSWD Educational Cash Aid: Agency Explains Delayed Replies to Applications

The Department of Social Welfare and Development gave a statement on the delayed application replies. The government agency used digital sites to accept applications for the DSWD Educational Cash Assistance offer. Unfortunately, the agency  is having trouble responding to the applicants because of the large number of applications received. According to a report on ABS-CBN News, … Read more

The Marcos Family Skipped Final Hearing in Their Case of Ill-Gotten Wealth

Imelda Marcos and her daughters, Sen. Imee Marcos and Irene Marcos-Araneta, bypassed final hearing in their ill-gotten wealth case before the Sandiganbayan. The Marcoses and another defendant, Don Ferry, failed to present evidence in the final hearing of Civil Case No. 0014 at the Sandiganbayan Second Division because they were not represented by lawyers. As … Read more