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Manila to give 3-month financial aid to its senior citizens
As part of the Manila City Government's Social Amelioration project, the city's registered senior citizens will now receive their three-month allowance from January to March.

Manila City Mayor Francisco "Isko Moreno" Domagoso on Wednesday, April 15, signed a budget allocating P13,680,000 for 9,120 beneficiaries.


This is in accordance with Ordinance 8565 series of 2019, where each qualified and registered Senior Citizen receives a P500 allowance each month from the City Government.

READ: Manila grants P1,000 cash aid each for 568,000 families

"On Friday, please check. You will be given P1,500 for your three-month pension," the mayor said.

The mayor also sought the understanding of senior citizens who had not received their Paymaya cards but also assured that they would receive the full pension from January.

READ: Manila to distribute 600,000 masks to families

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"Those who do not have the card, please be patient. After quarantine is completed, the distribution of Paymaya cards will continue.

Don't worry, you will still receive your full pension," he promised 'yes.

The allowance is automatically entered into their respective Paymaya account and can be extended, used online or paid to establishments receiving Paymaya QR.

Manila City has recorded 368 COVID-19 cases as of writing.

READ: Manila to distribute face masks amid coronavirus scare


Source: Manila PIO

Manila to give 3-month financial aid to its senior citizens

Manila to give 3-month financial aid to its senior citizens
As part of the Manila City Government's Social Amelioration project, the city's registered senior citizens will now receive their three-month allowance from January to March.

Manila City Mayor Francisco "Isko Moreno" Domagoso on Wednesday, April 15, signed a budget allocating P13,680,000 for 9,120 beneficiaries.


This is in accordance with Ordinance 8565 series of 2019, where each qualified and registered Senior Citizen receives a P500 allowance each month from the City Government.

READ: Manila grants P1,000 cash aid each for 568,000 families

"On Friday, please check. You will be given P1,500 for your three-month pension," the mayor said.

The mayor also sought the understanding of senior citizens who had not received their Paymaya cards but also assured that they would receive the full pension from January.

READ: Manila to distribute 600,000 masks to families

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"Those who do not have the card, please be patient. After quarantine is completed, the distribution of Paymaya cards will continue.

Don't worry, you will still receive your full pension," he promised 'yes.

The allowance is automatically entered into their respective Paymaya account and can be extended, used online or paid to establishments receiving Paymaya QR.

Manila City has recorded 368 COVID-19 cases as of writing.

READ: Manila to distribute face masks amid coronavirus scare


Source: Manila PIO

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