Header Ads

Realme banner

Yorme Isko Moreno signed an agreement to provide PayMaya IDs for the city's beneficiaries

OPPO
Manila City government is partnering with PayMaya to provide an all-in-one citizen ID card for seniors, PWDs, and solo parents. They will soon receive financial assistance and benefits more conveniently.
 Yorme Isko Moreno signed an agreement to provide PayMaya IDs for the city's beneficiaries
Mayor Isko Moreno with government officials and PayMaya executives

Enabling the underserved segments of society through technology

Yorme Isko Moreno signed an ordinance two months ago that allows the city government to give monthly allowance for senior citizens, PWDs and solo parents that are residing in Manila. They will benefit from the partnership since it will result in a more efficient release of stipends. 
Moreno sharing his vision for the Manila government
Moreno sharing his vision for the Manila government

With the PayMaya-enabled ID cards, going to the city hall is no longer necessary. He cited an example of the inconveniences of the senior citizens in claiming their annual birthday cash gift as tampering their IDs and waiting in line for hours. He added that all senior citizens whatever their health condition or social status will receive allowance through the PayMaya IDs. What is the key?

PayMaya ang susi

Isko Moreno said that he believes that technology is a big equalizer, that in using financial technologies, government services can be efficient and transparent so that Manila can be "smart city" of the future. PayMaya Founder and CEO Orlando B. Vea shared that PayMaya and the City of Manila have the same goals of enabling all citizens, and this partnership is just the first step toward that aspiration.
Paymaya CEO and founder Orlando Vea with Mayor Isko Moreno
Paymaya CEO and founder Orlando Vea with Mayor Isko Moreno

Other benefits that Paymaya can offer

Aside from receiving monthly stipends through their PayMaya IDs, beneficiaries can also use other financial services their card is registered to the PayMaya app. They will have access to discounted load bills payment, QR and card payments in PayMaya-enabled stores, restaurants, and groceries. Sending money to other PayMaya users and withdrawal of cash will be a hassle-free for them. 

This PayMaya ID system for the said beneficiaries of the Manila government is to be implemented in October 2020 as announced.

The gathering of data and registration of the beneficiaries is starting this month, with Tondo as the first area covered for the activity.

Visit www.paymaya.com to know more about the products and services.

What do you think of this partnership? Share us your thoughts.
Powered by Blogger.
close
gizguide