List of Passers OWWA EDSP Scholarship for SY 2013-2014 announced

    The Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) announces the list of passers for OWWA EDSP Scholarship examination for SY 2013-2014 conducted last November 18, 2012. Out of 4,506 total applicants all over the country, 105 passed Education for Development Scholarship Program (EDSP) Qualifying Exams and 126 passed Congressional Migrant Workers Scholarship Program (CMWSP).

    Read: 126 new OWWA CMWSP Scholars for SY 2013-2014 announced
    RAIZA A. GANZON, daughter of an OFW working in Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) and a student of the Future Generation Philippine International School in Saudi Arabia topped the exam for EDSP.
    OWWA Administrator Carmelita S. Dimzon said that Sixteen (16) examinees tied for Rank Number 90 and this resulted to an increase in the number of beneficiaries from the usual Top 100 to Top 105.
    Region 4-A (CALABARZON) topped the other regions in terms of number of passers, followed by National Capital Region (NCR), Regions lll and Vl and Middle East.
    OWWA EDSP 2013 Qualifiers

    1 ACEBUQUE, Jason Clement S.
    2 AGUIRRE, Amarie S.
    3 AKIAT, Renzo Miguel B.
    4 ALBIT, Blanca A.
    5 ANTONIO, Jessica G.
    6 ARANZANSO, Clifford A.
    7 AZUR, Romie Angelo G.
    8 AZURA, Kenneth Jayson R.
    9 BAKGUS, Allen John S.
    10 BALIGOD, Katrina Angelica A.
    11 BARANI, Nor-Ain L.
    12 BARCELON, Ramil John B.
    13 BARRIO, Mariche S.
    14 BAUTISTA, Jonna Angelie V.
    15 BERCASIO, Rein Ronald C.
    16 BERMUDEZ, John Kent F.
    17 BONOSTRO, Jeric B.
    18 BORROMEO, Jamie A.
    19 BRUAN, Ma. Trixia Joyce C.
    20 BUENAVENTURA, Thomas Michael S.
    21 BUNAC, Felisa Joanna L.
    22 CABIOS, John Reymar M.
    23 CANDO, Leslie Faye T.
    24 CARREON, Florencio Iv D.
    25 CASTILLO, Emmanuel D.
    26 CORDOVA, Amiel Jireh M.
    27 DALUMPINES, Angelika F.
    28 DE PEDRO, Krystianne Paul A.
    29 DECIERDO, Grace Eden S.
    30 DELA CRUZ, Summer J Len Reese A.
    31 DOCTOLERO, Earl Antonell P.
    32 DOLANAS, Andreanne Mae B.
    33 DOMINGUEZ, Blessie Grace G.
    34 DOMINGUIANO, Patrick Joy G.
    35 DULAY, Klaire Ellise F.
    36 FAJARILLO, Ralph Adrian T.
    37 FLORES, Jerome Christopher S.
    38 FRIAS, Gabriel L.
    39 GANZON, Raiza A.
    40 GARCIA, Carlos Emmanuel P.
    41 GLORIA, Gabrielle Faith T.
    42 GRAVIDEZ, Marinela J.
    43 GUDELOSAO, Phebe Marie C.

    44 GUANCO, Olivzander Joshua B.
    45 GUZMAN, Laurice Marie C.
    46 HERNANDEZ, Gemaica Marie P.
    47 HERNANDEZ, Asterlyn B.
    48 HERRERA, Carolina Fe N.
    49 ICOY, Catherine S.
    50 JACINTO, Angelica M.
    51 JUANAY, Jan Alfre F.
    52 KALAW, Jean Rene D.
    53 LABAGALA, Geraldine S.
    54 LENARES, Jade E.
    55 LESCANO, Judah Israel O.
    56 LEUTERIO, Zamuel A.
    57 LIM, Niño Rigo Emil G.
    58 LOSAÑES, Christine Angelica L.
    59 MAÑEBOG, Kayhe D.
    60 MANUBAG, Faith Gayle C.
    61 MENDOZA, Mike Andre M.
    62 MENDOZA, Jianne Alyza G.
    63 MOJICA, Harriette C.
    64 MOLDEZ, Ruel Jan Anthony A.
    65 MOLINA, Abigail Joy H.
    66 MONDOÑEDO, Rannika Ann S.
    67 MONTEALEGRE, Earl Stephen Rey P.
    68 MOSTER, Gio Vincent G.
    69 NABONG, Gabrielle Aaron D.
    70 NAVATA, Raissa Marie B.
    71 PALILLO, Carmelle Therese A.
    72 PASCUAL, Panju Ezekiel A.
    73 PEÑAFLOR, Ida Julienne M.
    74 PENETRANTE, Ma. Cristiel J.
    75 PEREZ, Aiain Julian A.
    76 PINEDA, Vemeni Grace G.
    77 POLLENTES, Marc Angelo U.
    78 POQUIZ, Dominador Iii B.
    79 PUGAL, Roider S.
    80 QUEZON, Paul Timothy V.
    81 QUINDOZA, Rissa Grace Marie M.
    82 RAMA, Justine Mae A.
    83 RAMOS, Camille Antonette A.
    84 RIZARO, Lady Rizza A.
    85 ROBERTO, Rafey Jhay S.
    86 ROLDAN, Gellene Anne B.
    87 ROXAS, Alexander P.
    88 ROXAS, Aenah Cathleen T.
    89 RUIZ, Ana Teresa S.
    90 SABADO, Reenan B.
    91 SALDAJENO, Jansen O.
    92 SAYON, Gabriela Zenia E.
    93 SUMAYO, Julian Aaron L.
    94 TAMAYO, Carlo C.
    95 TANOY, Janyl Lambee L.
    96 TAYO, Leanna Angelene S.
    97 TAYO, Nicole Faye P.
    98 TIANGCO, Franz Andrew T.
    99 TORRES, Algild Yarri B.
    100 VALERIO, Pardau Laarnie P.
    101 VARGAS, Justin Millan C.
    102 VILLAREAL, Kezia E.
    103 VIVO, Joram Nelson Ii P.
    104 YAP, Maria Betina Clarise O.
    105 YTAC, Bryan Jhun P.

    According to OWWA Region 12, five (5) OFW dependents from the Soccsksargen region passed the qualifying exams for two scholarship programs of the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA).
    The new scholars of  OWWA Region 12 is set to visit the  office at Koronadal City for courtesy call to OWWA-12 Dir. Abdulghani Umag on Friday, April 5.

    OWWA-ARMM also announced that 2 deserving OFW children from the region were awarded.

    The 2012 OWWA EDSP examination is given by the DOST-SEI simultaneously in Manila, Batangas, Pangasinan, Cavite, Davao City, Laguna, NCR, Iligan City, Tagbilaran City, Naga City, Iligan City, Negros Occidental, Butuan City, Bataan. Same examination is administered in Riyadh and Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and State of Bahrain.

    OWWA is the government welfare institution that protects and promotes the interest of member-Overseas Filipino Workers. It develops responsive programs and services for the social protection of its members. One of their programs is the Education for Development Scholarship Program (EDSP).

    In EDSP, scholarships for qualified dependents of OFWs consisting of a maximum of Php 60,000.00 per school year, leading to a four-to-five year baccalaureate course in any college or university is given.

    The EDSP is a competitive study grants program that puts premium on the academic profile of the applicant more than his economic status. This means the qualified OFW dependent could avail of the program regardless of the OFW benefactor’s salary bracket.

    Competition becomes tougher when only the top 100 passers are granted financial assistance per school year.

    A passer of CMWSP, on the other hand, is entitled for inactive OFWs not more than 45 years or their children not more than 21 years old who wish to take up science and technology courses at any CHED accredited school within the region. This grant includes tuition fee and other school fees of P10,000 per semester, monthly stipend of P3,500, book allowance of P1,000, and clothing allowance of P500.

    Passers that do not qualify in the EDSP still get a chance for other scholarship programs such as the OFW Dependents Scholarship Program (ODSP). Under this program, salary bracket is given main consideration, among them OFW benefactors earning US$400 and below per month. In fact, the Education and Training Unit (ETU) has already marked applications from the roster whose salaries are below US$400 should they fail in the EDSP to automatically transfer their names to the ODSP.

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