|Emergency Subsidy Program (ESP)||A social amelioration program to provide cash or non-cash susidy to 18 million household beneficiaries, in the amount of at least Php 5,000.00 to a maximum of Php 8,000.00 per month for 2 months, for basic food, medicine, and toiletries.||“- 4Ps Beneficiaries |
– Informal Economy Workers
a. Directly hired or occasional workers
e. Driver of pedicab, tricycle, PUJs, PUVs and Transport, PUBs, taxi and Transport Network Companies (TNC) registered vehicles.
f. Transportation Network Vehicle Service
g. Micro-entrepreneurs and producers, operators of sari-sari stores and the like
h. Family enterprise owners
i Sub-minimum wage earners
k. Employees affected by “”no work no pay””
l. Stranded workers
– Other households with members belonging to any of the following vulnerable sectors:
a. Senior Citizens
c. Pregnant and lactating women
d. Solo parents;
e. Overseas Filipinos in Distress
f. Indigent Indigenous People
g. Underprivileged and homeless individuals
h. Other members of the vulnerable sectors”
|COVID-19 Adjustment Measures Program (CAMP)||A safety net program for affected workers in the formal sector to mitigate the adverse economic impacts of reduction of income brought about the COVID-19 pandemic. It includes a one-time financial assistance of Php 5,000.00 and employment facilitation.||“a. Private establishments that have implemented Flexible Work Arrangements (FWAs) or temporary closure as mitigating measures due to the COVID-19 pandemic.|
b. Workers in private establishments whose working hours and, therefore, regular wage is reduced due to the implementation of FWA.
c. Workers in privae establishments whose employment is temporarily suspended by reason of operations of the employer’s business establishment.
d. Workers in the formal economy, regardless of status, or those who are employed by any person acting directly or indirectly in the interest of an employer in relation to an employee.”
|“Granted establishments of CAMP:
|Tulong Panghanapbuhay sa Ating Displaced/Disadvantaged Workers (TUPAD) Program||A community-based safety net program that provides temporary wage employment to the informal workers.||“Informal Workers such as but not limited to:|
b. Self-employed; and
c. Displaced marginalized workers”
|Survival and Recovery (SURE) Assistance Program||SURE Aid Program aims to support the government’s goal of helping agricultural households in calamity-affected areas regain their capacity to earn a living; and provide immediate relief to small farmers and fisherfolk (SFF) through loan and emergency assistance package.||“a. Small farmers and fisherfolk whose livelihood was affected by the calamity|
b. Young agri entrepreneurs, SMEs and agri-fishery cooperatives and associations”
|“SURE program and application details:
|Financial Subsidy to Rice Farmers (FSRF)||A one-time financial assistance amounting to Php 5,000.00||Rice farmers wih farm sizes ranging from 1 hectare and below and listed under the Registry System for Basic Sectors in Agriculture (RSBSA)||“FSRF program and hotline details:
|Small Business Wage Subsidy (SBWS)||“The national government is providing a wage subsidy for affected employees of small businesses to help mitigate the impact of the quarantine in Luzon and various local government units. This wage subsidy shall be given for up to two months so that affected small businesses are able to retain their employees during the quarantine period.|
Under the Small Business Wage Subsidy (SBWS) measure, the government, through the Social Security System (SSS), shall provide a wage subsidy of between 5,000 to 8,000 pesos (based on the regional minimum wage) per month per eligible employee.”
|“a. Must be an employee of an eligible small business.|
b. Must be employed and active as of March 1, 2020 but unable to work due to the ECQ.
c. Did not get paid by their employer for at least two weeks during the temporary closure or suspension of work in accordance with Labor Advisory No. 1, Series of 2020.
d. Can be of any contract status (e.g., regular, probationary, regular seasonal, project-based, fixed-term).
e. Must be certified by the employer in the application as having met all the above criteria.”
|“CARES program and application details:
|COVID-19 Pondo Para sa Pagbabago at Pag-asenso Enterprise Rehabilitation Fund (P3-ERF) or COVID-19 Assistance to Restart Enterprises (CARES) Program||A One Billion Peso special financing program under the Pondo sa Pagbabago at Pag-asenso (P3) to support micro and small businesses affected by economic impact of COVID-19 in the country||The loan is available to all micro and small enterprises with at least one year continuous operation prior to March 2020, whose businesses suffered drastic reduction in sales during the ensuing pandemic, and whose asset size is not more than Php 15 M||“Submit the application form together with other loan requirements to any of the offices of the SBC:
|COVID-19 Emergency Loan Program Online||A program that may take out a Php 20,000.00-loan which is payable in three years at only 6% interest per year. The loan is covered by an insurance, which deems the loan fully paid in case of the borrower’s demise||“All members of GSIS will be benefitted except those who belong in the following:|
a. Employees who are on leave without pay;
b. Those who have unpaid loans for more than 6 months; and
c. Employees that have incurred arrears in paying mandatory life contributions