Areas Eligible for GSIS Calamity Loan – Here’s an Updated List Until March 2023

List of Areas Eligible for GSIS Calamity Loan Offer Application Until March 2023

AREAS ELIGIBLE FOR GSIS CALAMITY LOAN – Here’s an updated list of the areas whose residents are qualified for Emergency Loan until March 2023.

If you are a member of at least one (1) of the government agencies in the Philippines, you have something to turn to in times of financial needs provided that you have an active and updated account that meets the eligibilities set for an offer.

One of these government agencies with several offers for its members is the Government Service Insurance System. More commonly called GSIS, the members of this social insurance institution are individuals who are working or who have worked in the government or the public store.

In times of calamities, qualified members of GSIS may turn to GSIS Emergency Calamity Loan offer. It is offered to qualified GSIS members who are working or residing in areas declared under a State of Calamity. To check on the loanable amount, you may visit – GSIS CALAMITY LOAN: Minimum and Maximum Amounts You Can Borrow.

Areas Eligible for GSIS Calamity Loan

Lists of Areas Eligible for GSIS Calamity Loan

Calamity Loan offer due to the effects of Low Pressure Area (LPA) in Visayas
Granting Period: January 30 to February 28, 2023
Areas Covered:

  • Northern Samar
  • Eastern Samar
  • Western Samar
  • Sta. Catalina, Negros Oriental
  • Siaton, Negros Oriental

Calamity Loan offer due to the heavy rains in Luzon
Granting Period: January 31 to March 1, 2023
Areas Covered:

  • Brooke’s Point, Palawan

Calamity Loan offer due to Typhoon Paeng
Granting Period: January 3 to February 2, 2023
Areas Covered:

  • Culion, Palawan
  • Ilagan City, Isabela
  • Santiago City, Isabela

Do you want to check on the process of applying for the Emergency Calamity Loan offer of the Government Service Insurance System (GSIS)? You may visit – GSIS Emergency Calamity Loan: How To Apply & the Requirements for Application.

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