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Unlad Pamilyang Bangsamoro Program


The Ministry of Social Services and Development is targeting to provide at least 5% of the total number of poor households with improved levels of well-being by December 2022.
The priority households, including exiting members of the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps), shall be case-managed by MSSD’s social workers and shall receive a set of interventions – skills training, livelihood seed capital, monthly rice subsidies, and medical assistance during emergencies – to ensure that these families move from survival to subsistence, and from subsistence to self-sufficiency levels. If the household has college-level students, they may also qualify for the PHP 10,000 educational assistance under the Angat Bangsamoro: Kabataan Tungo sa Karunungan Program (ABK).
The livelihood seed capital under the Bangsamoro Sagip Kabuhayan (BSK) or the Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP), equivalent to PHP 15,000 each shall be provided to assist in the economic recovery and rehabilitation of poor or low-income households that have been affected by COVID-19.