Assistance for burial, medical matters, and other social services can now be sought at the satellite offices of Vice President Sara Duterte.
Duterte had earlier announced that he would set up satellite offices in some regions to provide assistance to the people.
“These established satellite offices across the country will widen the program’s reach and will guarantee a better provision of assistance,” said Attorney Reynold Munsayac, Duterte’s spokesperson.
Requests for assistance simply need to follow the process and complete the requirements such as:
1. Fill-out the application form.
2. Submit the complete requisition and the form via walk-in to the satellite office processor/staff.
3. Wait for the application to process.
4. The staff will then say or process an application when the assistance will be provided- in person or by email.
You can also find the complete requirements and process of getting help on their website.
VP Duterte’s OVP satellite offices will provide medical and burial assistance
The current OVP satellite offices are located in Dagupan (Region 1), Cebu (Region VII), Tacloban (Region VIII), Zamboanga (Region IX), Davao (Region XI), and Tandag in Surigao del Sur (Region XIII).
On Monday, Vice President Sara Duterte began her tenure as Secretary of Education (DepEd) by selecting her predecessor, Leonor Briones, as her consultant.
“She was always generous with her advice. And I’m truly happy that she committed to stay on as a consultant for the Office of the Secretary of the Department of Education,” Duterte said.
The new Education chief lauded the department’s workforce led by Briones for continuing to provide quality education to learners.
“Headed by Secretary Leonor Magtolis Briones, DepEd adopted and implemented bold, but necessary measures to provide Filipino children with accessible, quality education, ensuring that learning is unhampered, and our learners are not left out, while also ensuring the economic welfare of our teachers and the non-teaching personnel working under the organization,” she said.