How To Apply DSWD Educational Assistance

The DSWD educational assistance program is financial aid for the education of certain eligible people.

What is the DSWD Educational Assistance Program?

The DSWD educational assistance program is financial aid for the education of certain eligible people. Back in March of 2018, they clarified that they were not offering a scholarship; they were offering a type of educational assistance for indigent students and other qualified students.

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Who is qualified to apply for DSWD’s educational assistance program?

The announcement from DSWD Secretary Erwin Tulfo states that the people qualified to avail the DSWD educational assistance program are the following:

  • Breadwinner
  • Working student
  • Has no family/Living with relative
  • Child of a solo parent
  • Has parents with no source of living
  • Child of Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs)
  • Children of Persons With Disabilities (PWDs)
  • Children of HIV victims
  • Victim of Domestic Abuse
  • Victims of natural disasters

How much do interested applicants get?

  • To all parents and students who are inquiring about how much they’re going to get, 
  • elementary students will receive P1,000
  • P2,000 for high school studentsP3,000
  • for Senior High School, and last but definitely not the least 
  • vocational/college level students will receive P4,000.

Watch Video on How to Register:

How to apply for DSWD Educational Assistance Program?

Find Online Registration Links Below:

DSWD (AICS) Assistance to Individuals in Crisis Situations Patuloy ang Pamimigay ng DSWD ng Educational Assistance Para sa mga Students In Crisis.

You can find All the Registration links here:

You can Also find Facebook Links Here:

Below are the necessary documentary requirements:

  1. Proof of Enrollment
  2. Authorization letter (if the applicant is not available)
  3. Valid ID of parent/guardian as well as students who are in college or taking vocational courses
Source : DSWD

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