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Friday, March 02, 2018

Social Pension Increased From P500 To P1000 Monthly Approved By Congress

The social pension for the senior citizens in the Philippines even though a not so big amount could mean a lot for its recipients. Currently, the government is giving P500 every month for qualified senior citizens under RA 9994 or the Expanded Senior Citizens Act of 2010. The Congress approved the proposal to increase it to P1,000.00 and needed to get the approval of the plenary to be fully enacted as a law.
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The social pension for the senior citizen in the Philippines even though a not so big amount could mean a lot for it recipients. Currently, the government is giving P500 every month for qualified senior citizen. The Congress approved the proposal to increase it to P1,000.00 and needed to get the approval of the plenary to be fully enacted as a law.  Advertisement     Sponsored Links   {EMBED VIDEO 1 HERE NOW!}  Pursuant to the eligibility criteria as may be determined by the DSWD, indigent senior citizens are entitled to a monthly pension amounting to Php 500.00 to augment the daily subsistence and other medical needs of senior citizens.  The grant of social pension is subjected to a review every two (2) years by Congress, in consultation with the DSWD within three months after convening the Congress.  A new proposed bill was already approved in the lower house and must have to be approved by the plenary to be enacted as law. Under the proposed bill, the existing  P500.00 will be increased to P1,000.00 to further serve the qualified indigent senior citizens.   House Bill 7227 seeks to increase  the monthly stipend for indigent senior citizen double the existing amount proposed by Representative Emi Calixto-Rubiano was already approved by the House of Representatives. Rubiano said that the P500 social pension is not even enough to cover their medical expenses, as quoted in the proposed bill.          Read More:    Is It True, Duterte Might Expand Overseas Workers Deployment Ban To Countries With Many Cases of Abuse?  Do You Agree With The Proposed Filipino Deployment Ban To Abusive Host Countries?
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Pursuant to the eligibility criteria as may be determined by the DSWD, indigent senior citizens are entitled to a monthly pension amounting to Php 500.00 to augment the daily subsistence and other medical needs of senior citizens. 
The grant of social pension is subjected to a review every two (2) years by Congress, in consultation with the DSWD within three months after convening the Congress.

A new proposed bill was already approved in the lower house and must have to be approved by the plenary to be enacted as law.
Under the proposed bill, the existing  P500.00 will be increased to P1,000.00 to further serve the qualified indigent senior citizens.
The social pension for the senior citizen in the Philippines even though a not so big amount could mean a lot for it recipients. Currently, the government is giving P500 every month for qualified senior citizen. The Congress approved the proposal to increase it to P1,000.00 and needed to get the approval of the plenary to be fully enacted as a law.  Advertisement     Sponsored Links   {EMBED VIDEO 1 HERE NOW!}  Pursuant to the eligibility criteria as may be determined by the DSWD, indigent senior citizens are entitled to a monthly pension amounting to Php 500.00 to augment the daily subsistence and other medical needs of senior citizens.  The grant of social pension is subjected to a review every two (2) years by Congress, in consultation with the DSWD within three months after convening the Congress.  A new proposed bill was already approved in the lower house and must have to be approved by the plenary to be enacted as law. Under the proposed bill, the existing  P500.00 will be increased to P1,000.00 to further serve the qualified indigent senior citizens.   House Bill 7227 seeks to increase  the monthly stipend for indigent senior citizen double the existing amount proposed by Representative Emi Calixto-Rubiano was already approved by the House of Representatives. Rubiano said that the P500 social pension is not even enough to cover their medical expenses, as quoted in the proposed bill.          Read More:    Is It True, Duterte Might Expand Overseas Workers Deployment Ban To Countries With Many Cases of Abuse?  Do You Agree With The Proposed Filipino Deployment Ban To Abusive Host Countries?
House Bill 7227 seeks to increase  the monthly stipend for indigent senior citizen double the existing amount proposed by Representative Emi Calixto-Rubiano was already approved by the House of Representatives. Rubiano said that the P500 social pension is not even enough to cover their medical expenses, as quoted in the proposed bill.
The social pension for the senior citizen in the Philippines even though a not so big amount could mean a lot for it recipients. Currently, the government is giving P500 every month for qualified senior citizen. The Congress approved the proposal to increase it to P1,000.00 and needed to get the approval of the plenary to be fully enacted as a law.  Advertisement     Sponsored Links   {EMBED VIDEO 1 HERE NOW!}  Pursuant to the eligibility criteria as may be determined by the DSWD, indigent senior citizens are entitled to a monthly pension amounting to Php 500.00 to augment the daily subsistence and other medical needs of senior citizens.  The grant of social pension is subjected to a review every two (2) years by Congress, in consultation with the DSWD within three months after convening the Congress.  A new proposed bill was already approved in the lower house and must have to be approved by the plenary to be enacted as law. Under the proposed bill, the existing  P500.00 will be increased to P1,000.00 to further serve the qualified indigent senior citizens.   House Bill 7227 seeks to increase  the monthly stipend for indigent senior citizen double the existing amount proposed by Representative Emi Calixto-Rubiano was already approved by the House of Representatives. Rubiano said that the P500 social pension is not even enough to cover their medical expenses, as quoted in the proposed bill.          Read More:    Is It True, Duterte Might Expand Overseas Workers Deployment Ban To Countries With Many Cases of Abuse?  Do You Agree With The Proposed Filipino Deployment Ban To Abusive Host Countries?
The social pension for the senior citizen in the Philippines even though a not so big amount could mean a lot for it recipients. Currently, the government is giving P500 every month for qualified senior citizen. The Congress approved the proposal to increase it to P1,000.00 and needed to get the approval of the plenary to be fully enacted as a law.  Advertisement     Sponsored Links   {EMBED VIDEO 1 HERE NOW!}  Pursuant to the eligibility criteria as may be determined by the DSWD, indigent senior citizens are entitled to a monthly pension amounting to Php 500.00 to augment the daily subsistence and other medical needs of senior citizens.  The grant of social pension is subjected to a review every two (2) years by Congress, in consultation with the DSWD within three months after convening the Congress.  A new proposed bill was already approved in the lower house and must have to be approved by the plenary to be enacted as law. Under the proposed bill, the existing  P500.00 will be increased to P1,000.00 to further serve the qualified indigent senior citizens.   House Bill 7227 seeks to increase  the monthly stipend for indigent senior citizen double the existing amount proposed by Representative Emi Calixto-Rubiano was already approved by the House of Representatives. Rubiano said that the P500 social pension is not even enough to cover their medical expenses, as quoted in the proposed bill.          Read More:    Is It True, Duterte Might Expand Overseas Workers Deployment Ban To Countries With Many Cases of Abuse?  Do You Agree With The Proposed Filipino Deployment Ban To Abusive Host Countries?
The social pension for the senior citizen in the Philippines even though a not so big amount could mean a lot for it recipients. Currently, the government is giving P500 every month for qualified senior citizen. The Congress approved the proposal to increase it to P1,000.00 and needed to get the approval of the plenary to be fully enacted as a law.  Advertisement     Sponsored Links   {EMBED VIDEO 1 HERE NOW!}  Pursuant to the eligibility criteria as may be determined by the DSWD, indigent senior citizens are entitled to a monthly pension amounting to Php 500.00 to augment the daily subsistence and other medical needs of senior citizens.  The grant of social pension is subjected to a review every two (2) years by Congress, in consultation with the DSWD within three months after convening the Congress.  A new proposed bill was already approved in the lower house and must have to be approved by the plenary to be enacted as law. Under the proposed bill, the existing  P500.00 will be increased to P1,000.00 to further serve the qualified indigent senior citizens.   House Bill 7227 seeks to increase  the monthly stipend for indigent senior citizen double the existing amount proposed by Representative Emi Calixto-Rubiano was already approved by the House of Representatives. Rubiano said that the P500 social pension is not even enough to cover their medical expenses, as quoted in the proposed bill.          Read More:    Is It True, Duterte Might Expand Overseas Workers Deployment Ban To Countries With Many Cases of Abuse?  Do You Agree With The Proposed Filipino Deployment Ban To Abusive Host Countries?