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₱112.1 Million in Tulong Dunong Funds Released

14,089 Grantees in CALABARZON to Receive Tulong Dunong Funds!
₱112.1 Million in Tulong Dunong Funds Released

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TES Update #443 (TDP) – Great news for students in Region 4! The wait is finally over as the UniFAST has announced the release of Tulong Dunong Program (TDP) funds for the second semester of Academic Year (AY) 2022-2023. This is a significant development for TDP grantees in CALABARZON, bringing much-needed financial assistance to 14,089 deserving students.

What is the Tulong Dunong Program (TDP)?

The Tulong Dunong Program is a financial aid initiative established by CHED-UniFAST to support Filipino students pursuing higher education. UniFAST is an attached agency of CHED that implements the major components of RA 10931 (FHE, TES-TDP). It provides grants to financially disadvantaged individuals enrolled in CHED-recognized programs at both public and private institutions. The program aims to broaden access to quality education and alleviate the financial burden faced by many students and their families.

How much are the TDP funds?

For the second semester of AY 2022-2023, a total of ₱112.1 million has been allocated for TDP grantees in CALABARZON. This translates to each grantee receiving ₱15,000, which can be used for various educational expenses, including tuition fees and living allowances.

How to claim your TDP funds?

If you are a TDP grantee in CALABARZON, you can claim your funds through your designated Higher Education Institution (HEI). It’s crucial to check with your school’s focal person to confirm if you are included in the list of paid grantees and inquire about the specific claiming process.

Significance of the TDP program

The Tulong Dunong Program plays a vital role in uplifting the lives of countless Filipino students. By providing financial assistance, the program allows individuals from economically challenged backgrounds to pursue their academic aspirations. This, in turn, contributes to increased educational attainment and a more skilled and qualified workforce for the Philippines.

Also read: CHED-UniFAST Tertiary Education Subsidy

Moving forward

The release of TDP funds for CALABARZON is a testament to the government’s commitment to investing in education and supporting Filipino youth. This initiative paves the way for a brighter future for many deserving students, allowing them to unlock their full potential and contribute meaningfully to society.

TES Update #442 (TDP) List

Source: https://facebook.com/unifastofficial/

Stay informed

For the latest updates and information about the Tulong Dunong Program, you can visit the official CHED website (https://ched.gov.ph/) or follow their social media channels. Additionally, hashtags like #HelpDunongProgram, #CHEDUniFAST, #TES, #RA10931, and #PINASkolar can help you stay connected with relevant news and discussions.

P.S. Don’t forget to check out the UniFAST Page for more information and updates on the TDP program. See you there, cuties!

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