If you are 60 years old and above and a Filipino citizen, you are automatically a member of the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation or PhilHealth. That’s good news! 362 more words
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Growing up in the metro, I have become familiar with the not-so-frequent visits of people interviewing my parents on family members that reside in our home or live elsewhere. 767 more words
And finally, the last installment in our Solo Parent series: the list of benefits that await Solo Parent ID holders.
There are two types of benefits available to qualified Solo Parents: Employment-related and benefits to cover a child’s basic needs. 487 more words
Here is the second part of my research on filling out Municipal Form 102 or the Certificate of Live Birth. These details are as important as the child’s details that is why we need to be as careful when filling out these fields. 766 more words