Opening of classes for SY 2019-2020 will be on June 3

Here’s the DepEd School Calendar for School Year 2019-2020, DO_s2019_007.pdf the documents is ready for download, the files is also for smartphone can easily open PDF files. Press the link [DO_s2019_007.pdf] to download PDF documents.

The official DepEd School Calendar for School Year 2019-2020 has already been released by the Philippine Department of Education (DepEd).

Deped School Calendar for School Year 2019-2020 (DO. 007, s. 2019)

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Opening of classes for SY 2019-2020 will be on June 3
  1. The School Year (SY) 2019-2020 shall formally open on Monday, June 03, 2019 and shall end on Friday, April 03, 2020. It shall consist of 203 school days inclusive of the five-day In-Service Training and the three days for the Parent-Teacher Conferences conducted within the school year, and the World Teachers’ Day; provided, that during the five-day INSET, students shall be given advance reading for the attainment of learning objectives.
  2. Private schools may deviate from this School Calendar. However, they may not start classes earlier than the first Monday of June and not later than the last day of August, as provided in Republic Act (RA) No. 7797, entitled An Act to Lengthen the School Calendar from Two Hundred (200) Days to Not More than Two Hundred Twenty (220) Class Days. Said schools should notify in advance their respective regional offices (ROs) regarding any deviation from the school calendar.
  3. The Implementing Guidelines on the SY 2019-2020 Calendar of Activities are provided in Enclosure No. 1 to enable the schools to effectively and efficiently implement the school events and activities. Likewise, the guidelines shall allow the ROs and the schools division offices to provide support to schools, particularly in the areas of instruction, and progress monitoring and evaluation.
  4. Schools may observe national and local celebrations/activities and holidays other than those indicated in Enclosure Nos. 2 and 3, provided that the activities are beneficial to the learners. In this regard, ROs may issue a supplemental calendar to reflect their local events.
  5. To compensate for unplanned suspension of classes such as natural and man-made calamities, the Alternative Delivery Mode (ADM) or make-up classes are recommended to be undertaken. The conduct of such activities must be agreed upon by school heads, teachers, and concerned parents.
  6. Immediate dissemination of and strict compliance with this Order is directed.

LEONOR MAGTOLIS BRIONES (Secretary)

Implementing Guidelines on the DepEd School Calendar for School Year 2019-2020 (Enclosure 1)

  1. The School Year (SY) 2019-2020 shall formally open on Monday, June 03, 2019 and shall end on Friday, April 03, 2020. It shall consist of 203 school days inclusive of the five-day In-Service Training and the three days for the Parent-Teacher Conferences conducted within the school year, and the World Teachers’ Day; provided, that during the five-day INSET, students shall be given advance reading for the attainment of learning objectives.
  2. Corollary to the K to 12 goal for the holistic development of the learner, schools are encouraged to organize curricular non-classroom-based activities that involve learners such as science fairs, showcase of portfolios, trade fairs, school sports, campus journalism, festival of talents, job fairs, career orientation, and other similar activities.
  3. Parent-Teacher Conferences shall be done every Second Saturday after the Quarterly Examinations, except on the last conference in April 2020. It will be used as a venue to apprise the parents on the performance of their children and ensure their involvement in school activities. These conferences shall be conducted alongside with the Distribution of Report Cards and conduct of curricular non-classroom based activities where feasible and appropriate.
  4. A general assembly shall be conducted by all schools at the beginning of the school year to orient stakeholders on the vision, mission, and core values of DepEd, as well as curriculum, co-curricular programs, and ancillary services that support learners’ development and other continuous improvement initiatives, and to generate proposals. A year-end General Assembly is also encouraged to present the school Report Card (SRC) and consult the assembly on how to better achieve the vision, goals, and objectives.
  5. Deworming of children in school shall be conducted within the months of July 2019 and January 2020.
  6. A career guidance program shall be conducted between July and January 2020.
  7. Career guidance activities shall be conducted between July and November 2019 to guide Grades 9 and 10 students in making informed choices on their preferred Senior High School track. College and middle level skills fair, job fair, business and entrepreneurship expo, and similar activities shall be conducted during the last quarter of the school year to ensure placement of Grade 12 students in their preferred curriculum exits.
  8. At the end of the Second Quarter, a semestral break for learners shall be observed to evaluate individual teachers and their collective performance, to conduct the In-Service Training (INSET) activities, for their continuing professional development and for the preparation of their Instructional Materials (IMs).
  9. The Christmas break shall begin on Sunday, December 15, 2019. Classes shall resume on Monday, January 06, 2020.
  10. To assure quality of learning, formative assessments shall be regularly conducted by the teachers. On the national level, the Bureau of Education Assessment (BEA) shall administer the National Career Assessment Examination (NCAE) to assess the aptitude and interest of students and provide them with relevant information on their skills, abilities, and readiness for academic and non-academic courses, the Early Language Literacy and Numeracy Assessment (ELLNA) to measure the literacy skills of the learners in their respective Mother Tongues, Filipino, and English and Exit Assessments such as the National Achievement Tests (NAT) for Grades 6 and 10, and the Basic Education Exit Assessment (BEEA) for Grade 12, to determine if learners are meeting the learning standards set forth in the K to 12 Basic Education Program. The Regional Offices (ROs) and Schools Division Offices (SDOs) are encouraged to administer the ELLNA for the MT.
  11. The summer/remedial classes shall begin on Monday, April 13, 2020 and end on Friday, May 22, 2020.
  12. Deliberation of awards and recognition may be conducted two weeks before the graduation and moving-up ceremonies by the School Awards Committee (AC) for the following:
    • Learners who will receive recognition and awards; and
    • Learners who are candidates for graduation.
  13. Accomplishment of year-end financial clearance of learners is strictly prohibited in accordance with the Department’s No Collection Policy.
  14. In preparation for the opening of classes for SY 2020-2021, the schools shall conduct the following activities:
    • Early Registration of learners, beginning on the last Saturday of January in the schools where they wish to study, as stipulated in DepEd Order No. 3, s. 2018;
    • Brigada Eskwela from [to be announced] to enable the community and the school to prepare their facilities before the start of another school year;

Official DepEd School Calendar for School Year 2019-2020 (Enclosure 2)

May 2019

  • 20-May | Start of Brigada Eskwela
  • 25-May | End of Brigada Eskwela
  • 27-May | Start of Oplan Balik Eskwela

June 2019

  • 01-June | 1st General Assembly and Parent-Teacher Conference
  • 03-June | Opening of Classes
  • 06-June | Eidul Fitar (upon proclamation)
  • 07-June | End of Balik Eskwela
  • 09-June | Special Administration of Philippine Educational Placement Test (PEPT)
  • 12-June | Independence Day (Regular Holiday)
  • xx-June | Early Language Literacy and Numeracy Assessment (ELLNA)
  • xx-June | National Achievement Test (NAT) for Grade 6
  • xx-June | NAT Grade 10
  • Total Number of Class Days: 18

July 2019

  • 01-30 July | Deworming of School Children
  • 2nd Week | OK sa DepEd
  • Total Number of Class Days: 23

August 2019

  • 08-09 August | First Quarter Examinations
  • 12-August | Eid’d Adha (upon proclamation)
  • 17-August | Distribution of Report Cards and 2nd Parent-Teacher Conference
  • 21-August | Ninoy Aquino Day (Special Non-Working)
  • 26-August | National Heroes Day (Regular Holiday)
  • xx-August | National Career Assessment Examination for Grade 9
  • Total Number of Class Days: 20

September 2019

  • Total Number of Class Days: 21

October 2019

  • 05-October | World Teachers’ Day
  • 17-18-October | Second Quarter Examinations
  • 21-October | Start of Semestral Break
  • 21-25-October | In-Service Training for Teachers
  • 26-October | Distribution of Report Cards and 3rd Parent-Teacher Conference
  • 28-October | Resume of Classes
  • Total Number of Class Days: 25

November 2019

  • 01-November | All Saints Day (Special Non-Working)
  • 02-November | All Souls Day (Special Non-Working)
  • xx-November | Administration of PEPT (regular)
  • xx-November | Basic Education Exit Assessment for Grade 12
  • 30-November | Bonifacio Day (Regular Holiday)
  • Total Number of Class Days: 20

December 2019

  • 15-December | Start of Christmas Break
  • 24-December | Additional Special Non-Working Day
  • 25-December | Christmas Day
  • 30-December | Rizal Day (Regular Holiday)
  • 31-December | Last Day of the Year
  • Total Number of Class Days: 11

January 2020

  • 01-January | New Year’s Day
  • 01-31-January | Deworming of School Children
  • 06-January | Resume of Classes
  • 09-10 January | Third Quarter Examinations
  • 18-January | Distribution of Report Cards and 4th Parent-Teacher Conference
  • 25-January | Chinese Lunar New Year’s Day
  • Total Number of Class Days: 21

February 2020

  • 03-14 February | Supreme-Pupil Government | Supreme -Student Government Election
  • 17-21-February | NSPC and NFOT
  • 25-EDSA People Power Anniversary
  • Total Number of Class Days: 19

March 2020

  • 12-13-March | Fourth Quarter Examinations for Grades 6 and 12
  • 19-20-March | Fourth Quarter for Grades 1-5 and 7-11
  • Total Number of Class Days: 22

April 2020

  • 03-April | End of School Year Rites
  • 03-April | Last Day of Classes for SY 2019-2020
  • 06-April | Distribution of Report Cards and 5th Parent-Teacher Conference
  • 09-April | Araw ng Kagitingan (Regular Holiday)
  • 09-April | Maundy Thursday (Regular Holiday)
  • 10-April | Good Friday (Regular Holiday)
  • 13-April | Start of Summer Classes
  • xx-April | Palarong Pambansa
  • Total Number of Class Days: 3

May 2020

  • 01-May | Labor Day (Regular Holiday)
  • xx-May | Brigada Eskwela
  • xx-May | Oplan Balik Eskwela
  • 22-May | End of Summer Classes
  • Total Number of Class Days: 0

Summary

  • Total Number of First Quarter Days : 48
  • Total Number of Second Quarter Days: 48
  • Total Number of Third Quarter Days: 45
  • Total Number of Fourth Quarter Days: 60

You can download the full PDF version of the DepEd School Calendar for School Year 2019-2020 from the link above.

How to Convert Foreign Driver License in the Philippines

Going on a foreign country as a tourist requires a lot legal documents especially if you desire to stay there for quite some time. But did you know that even Filipinos who have acquired citizenship from other country will have to go through the same process to do certain matters here in the Philippines?

Filipino with foreign driver’s license like New York driver license should need to have the definite requirements so they can legally use it in the Philippines. Thus, any OFW can drive in the Philippines using their foreign license.
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What are requirements to convert foreign license to Philippine license?

One (1) photocopy and original copy of the following:

  1. Foreign license with English translation from the local embassy if needed.
  2. Passport showing arrival date of the applicant in the Philippines.
  3. Visa or ACR (Alien Certificate Registration) if you are an applicant who temporarily stays here in the Philippines.
  4. Medical Certificate including the receipt accredited LTO or government Physician.
  5. TIN or Taxpayer’s Identification Number if the applicant is current employed.
  6. Aside from these copies, an accomplished driver’s license form (ADL) shall be submitted.

What are the steps to convert foreign license to Philippine license?

  1. Together with all your requirements, you may proceed to the customer service counter to have your queued number.
  2. If it’s your turn, an evaluator will collect your requirements to check if it’s complete and authentic. Then after which you’ll be called again to have your image and signature taken.
  3. You’ll be then asked to pay for the application fee in the cashier (payment breakdown is provided below).
  4. You’ll now proceed to the examination room to have a lecture and written exam and if you passed, you’ll proceed to practical exam.
  5. If you passed the practical exam, you’ll have to wait for your name to be called to receive the official receipt of the payment.
  6. You may now proceed to the releasing counter and claim your card type license after your name was called.

There are times when some offices require for a drug test that may cost around PHP 300.00, but for offices on Manila and outside Region 7, this step is not necessarily required. After you have passed all your requirements, passed the exams, you’ll have to wait for an hour or so before you receive your card.

Where should I apply to convert my foreign license to Philippine license?

You may go to any licensing or district office that has driver’s license operations.

What are the fees to convert my foreign license to Philippine license?

The table below shows the payments required if you’re applying for a license here in the Philippines.

Valid Foreign License (No Examination) Expired Foreign License
Application Fee PHP 100.00
Computer Fee PHP 67.63
PHP 167.63
License Fee PHP 350.00 PHP 350.00
Conversion Fee PHP 100.00 PHP 100.00
Application Fee PHP 100.00
Computer Fee PHP 67.63 PHP 67.63
PHP 617.63 PHP 517.63

These legal processes, although quite a lot of work and can be a hassle to anyone, is done for the purpose of keeping anyone in the country safe. So as much as we want these things to be set aside, think of this as a way to strengthen your safety here in the Philippines and enjoy your stay here as a tourist wanting and longing to travel the Philippines and see its wonder like no other.

How to Register your Dog In Philippine Canine Club – Easiest Way

Dogs are man’s best friend.

And there’s probably a never-ending list how we’re all fond of dogs and their ability to show affection in such depth that makes them different from the rest. You have probably show off their good looks and wit in various dog shows.

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So in return to the unfathomable and irrevocable they’re giving to us, our dogs should also have authentic papers under the PCCI or Philippine Canine Club.

To avail membership and become a PCCI member is a service animals’ welfare done to ensure registry and transfer of purebred dog, a service dog registration that has been practiced for more than five decades.

How and Why You Should Register Your Dog?

Registering and becoming a PCCI member is a good practice of ethical breeding of purebred dogs.

It’s also a good way to establish an organized and world-class canine exhibitions and will set a good example and raise awareness to any purebred owners on the finite information and educational background about canines.

How can I become a PCCI Member?

Becoming a PCCI Member isn’t as hard as you thought it may be. So being hesitant won’t be a choice when you’re more than eager to share your passion and love with purebred dogs with people who can give more than enough knowledge and ideas and how to take good care of your dogs.

  1. All you have to do is go to the official website of PCCI and under the Application Forms, you may download the PCCI Membership Card Form.
  2. Or you can personally visit their office located at Rm. 206 Hillcrest Condominium 1616 E. Rodriguez, Sr. Avenue corner Hillcrest Street, Cubao, Quezon City. You may also send an email together with your complete name and address to documentation_pcci@yahoo.com.
  3. Together with your fully accomplished PCCI Membership card form, you should also attach the photocopy of your ID and two (2) pieces of your 1 x 1 ID picture for your PCCI card.
  4. You should also prepare for the registration fee which is PHP 722.80, a payment for the following;
    • Membership Fee – PHP 336.00
    • Admission Fee – PHP 392.00
    • PCC Plastic ID Card – PHP 44.80

How do I apply for Litter Registration?

Litter registration is meant for the registration your purebred dog- considered a necessary action so that there’ll be a continuous documentation of purebred dogs, a way to monitor their breeding lines and have records of their produced offspring over the years.
Of course there are several factors that the owner should take in consideration before registering his dog. The following conditions are as follows;

  1. The purebred dog should be eight (8) months and not more than ten (10) years old at the time of mating and she should be PCCI registered.
  2. The stud dog or the sire should also be eight (8) months and not more than ten (10) years old at the time of mating he should also be PCCI registered.
  3. You, as the breeder, should be updated with your kennel’s name registration and must be paid up members under PCCI.
  4. Also don’t forget that the affix of your kennel’s should not be similar to any local or foreign affix and should not be misleading or misinterpreted in any way.

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If in case you have Philippine-bred dogs

  1. You must fill out the Litter Registration form and pay the following registration fees:
    • Kennel Name Registration – PHP 840.00
    • Litter Registration – PHP 336.00
    • Pedigree Certificate – PHP 364.00
  2. Together with complete registration form and payment you may submit it personally to the PCCI officer or go to the following:
    • Go to the nearest courier and address the form to Mr. Joselito Rosales, General Manager, Philippine Canine Club, Inc. located at Rm. A206, Hillcrest Condominium, 1616 E. Rodriguez Sr. Blvd., Corner Hillcrest St., Cubao, Quezon City; or
    • Through Philippine Postal System

If in case you have imported dogs

  1. You must fill out the Litter Registration form and bring the Certified Export Pedigree along with Import Permit, Airway Bill or if accompanied, the excess baggage ticket.
  2. Pay the following fees:
    • Processing fee – PHP 2,240.00
  3. Make sure that your dog has a tattoo or microchip identification.

If in case your dog is unregistered

  1. You must fill the application form for Breed Listing and PCCO will set a schedule of inspection for the dog and will be evaluated for the application.
  2. If approved, the dog will have tattoo or microchip and the owner shall pay PHP 500.00 for the listing fee.
  3. Take in mind that the next generation of your dog shall be mated to PCCI’s qualified registered dog.

The Benefits of having your Dog Registered with Philippine Canine Club (PCCI)

What can you get a legitimate member of PCCI? There are numerous perks that you can indulge yourself a member of this prestige institution. The PCCI will see to it that they keep and maintain records of the followings;

  • Breeding Records
  • Stud Records
  • Transfer of Ownership History
  • Microchip Identification Numbers & Tattoo Numbers

PCCI will also help you in your breeding program by generating pedigree history of their listed breed that will be helpful for you to choose the dog that will be of perfect mate for your dog and they can even participate in fun activities such as Agility, Obedience Trials, Fly ball and other non-traditional dog sport activities.

Transfer of Ownership

Transfer of Ownership may be carried out under two situations:

If you are the new owner, you will have to do the following to carry out the transfer:

  1. Complete the transfer ownership information on the back of the dog’s Pedigree Certificate. Here is what needs to be completed:Section A (Usually accomplished by Breeder/registered owner)Date of Transfer: The date you took physical possession of the dog.
    Name of New Owner: Your name and address information.
    Signature of the former/registered ownerSection B

    Signature of New Owner: Your signature.

  2. Prepare the applicable fees:a. Transfer of ownership PhP 560.00b. Membership (for non-members) PHP 828.00 per owner; if new membership is applied for the month of October to December each year, the fee is Php 903.00 (inclusive of advance renewal for the succeeding year.
  3. Submit/send your payment together with your 1″ x 1″ ID picture for your membership ID if not yet a member of the PCCI office.
    When the required information is received a new certificate will be mailed to you as the new owner.

Case 2. The dog is acquired from a person whose name is different from that which is printed as owner in the Certified Registration and Pedigree Certificate.

If you acquire your dog from someone whose name is not printed on the front side of the Certified Registration and Pedigree Certificate as an owner of the dog then there is additional information that needs to be provided as compared to the first case above. This is a situation where the person requesting for ownership transfer is not the same person as the one whose name appears in Section B (as given above).

Here are the steps:

  1. Secure a copy of the Supplemental Transfer Statement Form either from the PCCI office or by downloading and printing it from this website.
  2. The person named as the New Owner in Section A of the Certified Registration and Pedigree Certificate must complete Section C of the Supplemental Transfer Statement to transfer the dog to you, the new/latest owner.
  3. You, the latest owner, must complete and sign Section D of the transfer statement in which your name appears in Section D as the “New Owner.”
  4. Prepare and submit all the completed documents and pay the applicable fees at the PCCI Office.
    a. Transfer of ownership PhP 560.00
    b. Membership( for non-members) PHP 828.00/owner
    c. Supplemental Transfer PHP 48.16
    The documents and payments may also be sent through local courier companies (preferred way) or through the postal system. Please see this option in the Registration Section.

Philippine Airlines: PAL Cash Payment Center (Full List)

Cash Payment via Payment Centers – Passengers can now easily pay for their PAL flights book through our website or the Reservation Hotline in Cash via and conveniently head on to any of our over 20,000 partner payment centers nationwide.

List of accredited Payment Center

For Online Bookings in the Philippines:

a. Partners that accept cash payment for DOMESTIC bookings in PHP currency:

b. Partners that accept cash payments for DOMESTIC bookings in PHP currency and INTERNATIONAL bookings in USD currency

For Bookings through the Reservations Hotline in the Philippines

a. Partners that accepts Online Banking for DOMESTIC & INTERNATIONAL bookings in PHP currency.

  • BDO
  • BPI
  • Chinabank
  • Landbank
  • Metrobank
  • RCBC
  • RCBC Savings Bank
  • UCPB
  • Bitcoins/ Coins.ph
  • BPI BanKo
  • Dragonpay Credits
  • Gcash
  • PayPAL
  • Maybank
  • PNB
  • Sterling Bank
  • Security Bank

For Bookings through the Reservations Hotline in the Philippines

a. Partners that accepts cash payment for DOMESTIC & INTERNATIONAL bookings in PHP currency.

  • BDO
  • BPI
  • Chinabank
  • EastWest
  • Metrobank
  • RCBC
  • Unionbank
  • LBC
  • 11-Jul
  • Bayad Center
  • EC Pay
  • RuralNet
  • Maybank
  • PNB
  • Sterling Bank
  • Robinsons Department Store
  • SM Bills Payment Center
  • Security Bank
  • M Lhuillier
  • Cebuana Lhuillier

In the United States of America:

Accept payment for bookings originating in USA in US Dollar and purely Domestic flights in Philippine Peso:

FAQs

1. Where can I settle the payment of my reservation?

You may pay your reservation in cash through our accredited partner payment centers with over 20,000 branches nationwide.

a.) For bookings made online, the 16 digit reference code must be noted and printed out, and for bookings made through PAL’s Reservations Hotline, the 8-digit reference code from the reservations agent must be noted and presented to the accredited payment center.

Please note that only select Payment Centers accept USD Payments.

2. Can I pay in Philippine Peso (PHP) for my international bookings?

Yes, If the booking is made through PAL’s Reservation Hotline and the total sum to be paid is quoted in Philippine Peso.

For bookings made through online booking, our bank partners offer foreign exchange services to settle the international booking quoted in USD.

Pag-IBIG Offices, Branches (with Contact Number) Complete List 2019

The Ultimate List of Pag-IBIG Fund Offices

These list provides information about branch details of Pag-Ibig centers within Metro Manila (NCR), Luzon, Visayas, Mindanao and Overseas this will be a big help for those members who are searching or inquiring about HDMF related concerns.

Read: Getting Your NBI Clearance as Easily (and Quickly) as Possible

You can drop by into the nearest branch and service center and inquire about your Pag-IBIG.

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See this Offices and read on to learn more about the Pag-IBIG Fund.

BRANCH
Antipolo Member Services Branch

Budget Lane Shopping Center
Provincial Road, San Jose, Antipolo City
Trunklines: (02) 422-3000

Ayala Avenue Member Services Branch

2nd Flr., SSS Building 6782 Ayala Avenue
cor. V. A. Rufino Street, Makati City
Email Address: ayala@pagibigfund.gov.ph
Trunkline: (02) 422-3000

Binondo Members Services Branch
Lucky Chinatown Annex B (Cityplace Square)
Calle Felipe corner La Chambre Brgy 293 Zone 28 Binondo Manila 1006
Trunklines: (02) 422-3000
Biñan Member Services Branch

2nd Floor, Umbria Commercial Center, National Highway, Tulay Bato,
San Antonio, Binan Laguna (beside Pavilion Mall)
Email Address: binan.me@pagibigfund.gov.ph
Trunkline: (02) 422-3000; (049)511-8284

Buendia I Member Services Branch
2nd Flr. 317 Justine Bldg. Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue, Makati City
812-4731 connecting all departments;
422-3000 connecting all departments
Buendia II Member Services Branch
Ground Flr. 317 Justine Bldg. Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue, Makati City
812-4731 connecting all departments;
422-3000 connecting all departments
Caloocan Member Services Branch
Puritan Philippines, Inc. (PPI) Building
355 EDSA cor Gen. Tirona Street, Bagong Bario, Caloocan CityEmail Address: caloocan@pagibigfund.gov.ph
Trunklines: (02) 422-3000
Commonwealth Ave. Member Services Branch

LGF Diliman Commercial Center, Commonwealt Ave.,
Batasan Hills, Quezon City
Trunkline # (02) 422-3000

Cubao Technical and Administrative Support
145 3rd Floor, Union Square Condominium
Carpark Bldg., 15th Avenue, Cubao Quezon City 1109Email Address: cubao@pagibigfund.gov.ph
Trunklines: (02) 422-3000
Cubao Member Services Branch
Spark Place Building
2nd Level Spark Place Building
P. Tuazon corner 10th Avenue
Brgy. Socorro, Cubao, Quezon City
Email Address: cubao@pagibigfund.gov.ph
Trunklines: (02) 422-3000
Dasmariñas Member Services Branch
Volets Commercial Building, Emilio Aguinaldo Highway, Dasmarinas City, Cavite
Trunklines: (02) 422-3000
Guadalupe Member Services Branch

2nd Flr., Guadalupe Commercial Complex
No. 9, EDSA-Guadalupe, Makati City
Email Add: guadalupe@pagibigfund.gov.ph
Trunkline: (02) 422-3000

Imus Member Services Branch
Olma Building, Emilio Aguinaldo Highway,Imus, Cavite
Email Address: imus@pagibigfund.gov.ph
Trunklines: (02) 422-3000
Kamias Member Services Branch

# 795, Anchor Center
EDSA, Quezon City
Email Address: kamias@pagibigfund.gov.ph
Trunklines: (02) 422-3000

Las Piñas Members Services Branch

Robinsons Place Las Piñas
345 Alabang-Zapote Road, Brgy. Talon Uno,
Las Piñas City
Trunklines: (02) 422-3000

Makati Central Business District-NCR South
2nd Flr. 317 Justine Bldg. Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue, Makati City
812-4731 connecting all departments;
422-3000 connecting all departments
Manila Members Services Branch
Palacio del Gobernador Condominium
A. Soriano Ave., cor. General Luna St.
Intramuros, Manila,
Email Address: manila@pagibigfund.gov.ph
Trunklines: 422-3000
Mandaluyong Members Services Branch
500 Shaw Zentrum, Shaw Boulevard,
Mandaluyong City
Email Address: mandaluyong_branch@pagibigfund.gov.ph
Trunklines: 422-3000
Marikina Member Services Branch
2F Graceland Plaza, Sta. Teresita Village, J.P. Rizal St., Malanday, Marikina
Trunklines: 422-3000
Muntinlupa Member Services Branch
3rd Floor, ARCS1 Sycamore Building
Buencamino St. cor Alabang-Zapote Road,
Alabang, Muntinlupa City
Email Add: muntinlupa@pagibigfund.gov.ph
Trunkline: (02) 422-3000
Ortigas Member Services Branch

611 Westar Building
Shaw Boulevard, Pasig City
Email Address: ortigas@pagibigfund.gov.ph
Trunklines: (02) 422-3000

Outside Makati Central Business District Area

5th Flr. 317 Justine Bldg. Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue, Makati City
812-4731 connecting all departments;
422-3000 connecting all departments

Pasay Members Services Branch

Roxas Strip Building
Libertad cor. Roxas Boulevard, Pasay City
Email Address: pasay@pagibigfund.gov.ph
Trunklines: (02) 422-3000

Pasong Tamo Member Services Branch

Gate 3 Plaza Lawton Avenue & Juliano Ave., Phase III, Afpovai, Western Bicutan Taguig City
Trunklines: (02) 422-3000

Poblacion Member Services Branch

4/F KBC Bldg., J. P. Rizal St.
Brgy. Olympia, Poblacion, Makati City
Email Add: oblacion.me@pagibigfund.gov.ph; poblacion.ms@pagibigfund.gov.ph
Trunkline: (02) 422-3000

Quezon Avenue Member Services Branch

2/F 1184 Ben-Lor Building, Quezon Avenue, Quezon City
Trunkline # (02) 422-3000

Fax No: 708-5615

Rosario Member Services Branch

MGS Building, General Trias Drive,
Tejeros, Rosario, Cavite
Trunkline # (02) 422-3000

SM Aura-Taguig Member Services Branch

7/F SM Aura, Taguig City
Email Address: taguig.frontline@pagibigfund.gov.ph; taguig.me@pagibigfund.gov.ph
Trunkline: (02) 422-3000

Sta. Mesa Member Services Branch

G/F J & T Building, 3894 Ramon Magsaysay Boulevard, Sta. Mesa, Manila City
Email Address: taguig.frontline@pagibigfund.gov.ph; taguig.me@pagibigfund.gov.ph
Trunkline: (02) 422-3000

Valenzuela Members Services Branch

286 ARCA North Center, McArthur Hway
Brgy. Karuhatan, Valenzuela City
Trunklines: (02) 422-3000

BRANCH
Angeles Member Services Branch

105 Angeles Business Center Building
Nepo Business Center cor Teresa Avenue
Angeles City
(045) 458-1004

Baguio Member Services Branch

Lot 9 S. Bldg, Engineers Hil, Uppersession road, Extension, Baguio City
Email Address: baguio@pagibigfund.gov.ph
Trunklines: (074) 619 – 1330 or 619 – 2710

Balanga Member Services Branch

C. T. Edifice Building
Capitol Drive, Balanga City
(047)237-0884

Baliuag Member Services Branch

3006 Augustine Square
DRT Highway, Pinagbarilan
Baliuag, Bulacan
Trunkline: (02) 422-3000

Batangas Member Services Branch

2nd Floor ATDRMAM Building, Kumintang Ibaba, Batangas City
Email Address: batangas@pagibigfund.gov.ph
Trunklines: (043) 723-5939, 723-6151, 723-5848, 723-2082

Cabanatuan Member Services Branch

Duran Building, Quezon District
Maharlika Highway, Cabanatuan City
(044) 600-1225

Calamba Business Hub

High Rise Business Center Building
Brgy. Halang, Calamba City

Email Address: calamba@pagibigfund.gov.ph
Trunkline: (02) 422-3000

Calamba Member Services Branch

Andenson Building 3, National Highway, Brgy. parian, Calamba City
Email Address: calamba@pagibigfund.gov.ph
Trunkline: (02) 422-3000

Calapan Member Services Branch

RKT Building, J. P. Rizal St.,
Brgy. Lalud, Calapan City, Oriental Mindoro
(043) 288-2506

Cauayan Member Services Branch

2nd Floor, Bucag Bldg., cor. F. L. Dy and Caciller Sts.
Cauayan City, Isabela

Dagupan Member Services Branch

ARDC Building, #20 Burgos Street,
Dagupan City, Pangasinan 2400
Email address: dagupan@pagibigfund.gov.ph
Trunkline : (075) 522-3865 (connecting all departments)

La Union Members Services Branch

Pag-IBIG Fund Building
Government Center, Sevilla
San Fernando City, La Union
Email Address: launion@pagibigfund.gov.ph
Trunklines: (072) 242-5588/89 (connecting all operating units);
(072) 242-1970

Laoag Member Services Branch

G/F Jomel 1 Building
A. Castro Street,Brgy. 15, Laoag City
Email Address: Ilocos_norte@pagibigfund.gov.ph

Legazpi Member Services Branch

Hi-Tone Construction and Development Corp. Bldg.
F. Imperial Street, Bitano, Legazpi City
Email Addess: legaspi@pagibigfund.gov.ph
Trunklines: (052) 480-8539; 480-8867;
(052) 820-5743

Lipa Member Services Branch

3MJ Building, Brgy Marawoy
Lipa City, Batangas
(043) 702-5363

Lucena Member Services Branch

Ground & 2nd Floor Lucena Grand Central Terminal Building
Ilayang Dupay, Lucena City
Email Address: lucena@pagibigfund.gov.ph
(042) 710-2869

Malolos Member Services Branch

1215 Javier Building, Mac Arthur Highway,
Sumapang Matanda, City of Malolos, Bulacan
Email Address: bulacan@pagibigfund.gov.ph
Trunklines: (044) 794-0549

Meycauayan Member Services Branch

Supima Square Commercial Complex
Malhacan Road, Malhacan
Meycauayan, Bulacan
Trunkline: (02) 422-3000

Naga Member Services Branch

Bldg. 1, ALDP Plaza Mall Roxas Avenue (Diversion Road), Naga City
Email Address: naga@pagibigfund.gov.ph
Trunklines: (054) 472-3610 / 473-1017 / 473-5232-34 / 473-8098-99;
Fax No.: (054) 472-3560

Palawan Member Services Branch

Goland Heights Leasing House, Malvar Street, Barangay San Pedro, Puerto Princesa City
(048) 433-5024

San FernandoMembers Services Branch

Suburbia Commercial Center
Maimpis, City of San Fernando, Pampanga
Email Address: pampanga@pagibigfund.gov.ph

San Pablo Member Services Branch

1st & 2nd Floor of El Coco Grande Building
located at Gen. Malvar St., San Pablo City
(049) 503-1024

Solano Member Services Branch

One Asia Place, Benigno Aquino Ave.
Barangay Quezon, Solano, Nueva Vizcaya

Sta Rosa Member Services Branch

Cross Town Mall Plaza
Brgy. Pulong-Sta.Cruz, Tagaytay-Sta.Rosa Road,
Sta. Rosa City, Laguna
Trunkline: (02) 422-3000

Subic Bay Member Services Branch

2nd Floor Formosa Tower, Manila Ave.
CBD Area, Subic Bay Freeport Zone 2200
Email Address: bataan@pagibigfund.gov.ph

Tarlac Member Services Branch

MyMetrotown Mall Plaza
Sto. Cristo, Tarlac City

Tuguegarao Member Services Branch

Editha Tuddao Building,
Balzain Road, Tuguegarao City, Cagayan
Email Address: tuguegarao@pagibigfund.gov.ph
Trunklines: (078) 844-1448; 844-2285 (connecting all divisions)

Urdaneta Member Services Branch

3/F, CB Mall, Mc Arthur Highway, Nancayasan,
Urdaneta City, Pangasinan
Email address: urdaneta@pagibigfund.gov.ph

Vigan Member Services Branch

3/F Plaza Maestro Commercial Complex
Burgos Street, Vigan City
Email Address: vigan@pagibigfund.gov.ph

Luzon

BRANCH
Angeles Member Services Branch
105 Angeles Business Center Building
Nepo Business Center cor Teresa Avenue
Angeles City(045) 458-1004
Baguio Member Services Branch
Lot 9 S. Bldg, Engineers Hil, Uppersession road, Extension, Baguio CityEmail Address: baguio@pagibigfund.gov.phTrunklines: (074) 619 – 1330 or 619 – 2710
Balanga Member Services Branch
C. T. Edifice Building
Capitol Drive, Balanga City(047)237-0884
Baliuag Member Services Branch
3006 Augustine Square
DRT Highway, Pinagbarilan
Baliuag, BulacanTrunkline: (02) 422-3000
Batangas Member Services Branch
2nd Floor ATDRMAM Building, Kumintang Ibaba, Batangas CityEmail Address: batangas@pagibigfund.gov.phTrunklines: (043) 723-5939, 723-6151, 723-5848, 723-2082
Cabanatuan Member Services Branch
Duran Building, Quezon District
Maharlika Highway, Cabanatuan City(044) 600-1225
Calamba Business Hub
High Rise Business Center Building
Brgy. Halang, Calamba CityEmail Address: calamba@pagibigfund.gov.phTrunkline: (02) 422-3000
Calamba Member Services Branch
Andenson Building 3, National Highway, Brgy. parian, Calamba CityEmail Address: calamba@pagibigfund.gov.phTrunkline: (02) 422-3000
Calapan Member Services Branch
RKT Building, J. P. Rizal St.,
Brgy. Lalud, Calapan City, Oriental Mindoro(043) 288-2506
Cauayan Member Services Branch
2nd Floor, Bucag Bldg., cor. F. L. Dy and Caciller Sts.
Cauayan City, Isabela
Dagupan Member Services Branch
ARDC Building, #20 Burgos Street,
Dagupan City, Pangasinan 2400Email address: dagupan@pagibigfund.gov.phTrunkline : (075) 522-3865 (connecting all departments)
La Union Members Services Branch
Pag-IBIG Fund Building
Government Center, Sevilla
San Fernando City, La UnionEmail Address: launion@pagibigfund.gov.phTrunklines: (072) 242-5588/89 (connecting all operating units);
(072) 242-1970
Laoag Member Services Branch
G/F Jomel 1 Building
A. Castro Street,Brgy. 15, Laoag CityEmail Address: Ilocos_norte@pagibigfund.gov.ph
Legazpi Member Services Branch
Hi-Tone Construction and Development Corp. Bldg.
F. Imperial Street, Bitano, Legazpi CityEmail Addess: legaspi@pagibigfund.gov.phTrunklines: (052) 480-8539; 480-8867;
(052) 820-5743
Lipa Member Services Branch
3MJ Building, Brgy Marawoy
Lipa City, Batangas(043) 702-5363
Lucena Member Services Branch
Ground & 2nd Floor Lucena Grand Central Terminal Building
Ilayang Dupay, Lucena CityEmail Address: lucena@pagibigfund.gov.ph(042) 710-2869
Malolos Member Services Branch
1215 Javier Building, Mac Arthur Highway,
Sumapang Matanda, City of Malolos, BulacanEmail Address: bulacan@pagibigfund.gov.phTrunklines: (044) 794-0549
Meycauayan Member Services Branch
Supima Square Commercial Complex
Malhacan Road, Malhacan
Meycauayan, BulacanTrunkline: (02) 422-3000
Naga Member Services Branch
Bldg. 1, ALDP Plaza Mall Roxas Avenue (Diversion Road), Naga CityEmail Address: naga@pagibigfund.gov.phTrunklines: (054) 472-3610 / 473-1017 / 473-5232-34 / 473-8098-99;
Fax No.: (054) 472-3560
Palawan Member Services Branch
Goland Heights Leasing House, Malvar Street, Barangay San Pedro, Puerto Princesa City(048) 433-5024
San FernandoMembers Services Branch
Suburbia Commercial Center
Maimpis, City of San Fernando, PampangaEmail Address: pampanga@pagibigfund.gov.ph
San Pablo Member Services Branch
1st & 2nd Floor of El Coco Grande Building
located at Gen. Malvar St., San Pablo City(049) 503-1024
Solano Member Services Branch
One Asia Place, Benigno Aquino Ave.
Barangay Quezon, Solano, Nueva Vizcaya
Sta Rosa Member Services Branch
Cross Town Mall Plaza
Brgy. Pulong-Sta.Cruz, Tagaytay-Sta.Rosa Road,
Sta. Rosa City, LagunaTrunkline: (02) 422-3000
Subic Bay Member Services Branch
2nd Floor Formosa Tower, Manila Ave.
CBD Area, Subic Bay Freeport Zone 2200Email Address: bataan@pagibigfund.gov.ph
Tarlac Member Services Branch
MyMetrotown Mall Plaza
Sto. Cristo, Tarlac City
Tuguegarao Member Services Branch
Editha Tuddao Building,
Balzain Road, Tuguegarao City, CagayanEmail Address: tuguegarao@pagibigfund.gov.phTrunklines: (078) 844-1448; 844-2285 (connecting all divisions)
Urdaneta Member Services Branch
3/F, CB Mall, Mc Arthur Highway, Nancayasan,
Urdaneta City, PangasinanEmail address: urdaneta@pagibigfund.gov.ph
Vigan Member Services Branch
3/F Plaza Maestro Commercial Complex
Burgos Street, Vigan CityEmail Address: vigan@pagibigfund.gov.ph

Visayas

BRANCH
Bacolod Members Services Branch
Gaisano Grand City Mall
Araneta St., Singcang, Bacolod CityEmail Address: bacolod@pagibigfund.gov.ph
Calbayog Member Services Branch
ACLC Bldg. Maharlika Hi-way, Brgy. Obrero, Calbayog City Samar
Contact #: (055) 209-2642Email Address: calbayog@pagibigfund.gov.ph
Capiz Members Services Branch
A & T Santos Inc. Building
Brgy. Lawaan, Roxas City(036)520-6494
Cebu-Ayala Member Services Branch
Ground Floor, Pag-IBIG Fund-WT Corporate Tower, Mindanao Avenue, Cebu Business Park, Cebu CityEmail Address: cebuayala.ms@pagibigfund.gov.ph
(032) 415-5002
Cebu Downtown Member Services Branch
Gaisano South, Leon Kilat St.,
Cebu City
(032) 231-2918
Cebu Business Hub
2nd and 3rd floors, Pag-IBIG Fund-WT Corporate Tower, Mindanao Avenue, Cebu Business Park, Cebu City
BDD (032) 234-2776; email address: cebubdd@pagibigfund.gov.ph
LOD (032) 415-5008; email address: cebulod@pagibigfund.gov.ph
LMRD (032) 412-2173; email address: cebulmrd@pagibigfund.gov.ph
Danao Member Services Branch
Gaisano Capital Danao
F. Ralota St., Danao City0933-9903033
Dumaguete Member Services Branch
Manuel L. Teves St., Taclobo
Dumaguete City(035) 422-2170
Iloilo City Members Services Branch
Plazuela De Iloilo
Benigno Aquino Avenue, Diversion Road,
Mandurriao, Iloilo CityEmail Address: iloilo@pagibigfund.gov.ph
Kabankalan Members Services Branch
Farmers Training Center
Rizal Street, Kabankalan City(034) 471-3626
Kalibo Members Services Branch
2nd Floor, St. Ignatius Square, Maagma Street
Kalibo, Aklan(036) 268-9335
Mactan Member Services Branch
Lower Ground Floor, Gaisano Mactan Island Mall, Pajo, Lapu-lapu City, CebuEmail Address: mactan@pagibigfund.gov.ph
Mandaue Member Services Branch
3rd Floor, J. Center Mall, A. S. Fortuna St., Bakilid, Mandaue City, Cebu
mandaue@pagibigfund.gov.ph(032) 328-0600
Molo Members Services Branch
2F GT Plaza Mall, M.H. del Pilar St.,
Molo, Iloilo CityEmail Address: molo@pagibigfund.gov.ph
Ormoc Member Services Branch
Gaisano Riverside, Brgy. Alegria
Ormoc City, Leyte. 6541Email Address: ormoc_msb@pagibigfund.gov.ph
Sagay Members Services Branch
Espino Bldg., Cabalawan Rd.,
cor. Gonzaga St., Poblacion
Sagay City, Negros Occidental(034) 454-1608
Tacloban Member Services Branch
Pag-IBIG Building, Brgy. Abucay,
Maharlika Highway, Tacloban City, Leyte. 6500Email Address: tacloban@pagibigfund.gov.ph
Tagbilaran Member Services Branch
Galleria Luisa, Gallares Street,
Tagbilaran City, Bohol(038) 235-4065
Talisay Member Services Branch
2/F, Gaisano Capital SRP
Brgy. San Roque, SRP Highway
Talisay City, Cebu(032) 512-0177
Toledo Member Services Branch
G/F Prince Warehouse Club Toledo, S. Osmena St.,Sipaway, Brgy. Luray II, Toledo City, 6038 CebuEmail Address: toledo@pagibigfund.gov.ph
(032) 467-8214

Mindanao

BRANCH
Butuan Member Services Branch
KHO Building, (Beside PSA), JC. Aquino Avenue,Butuan City
Cagayan de Oro Central Member Services Branch
Puregold Building, Lapasan, Cagayan de Oro CityEmail Address: cagayandeoro@pagibigfund.gov.ph
Cagayan de Oro West Member Services Branch
GF Stary Building, Max Suniel Street
Brgy. Carmen, Cagayan de Oro
Cotabato Member Services Branch
R. Chio Building, Notre Dame Ave.,
Cor. Clemente Allinio Street, Cotabato City
Davao Central Member Services Branch
Pryce Tower Building
JP Laurel Street
Davao City(082) 227-0463
Davao North Member Services Branch
2nd Floor Alpha Building
Lanang, Business Park, Angliongto, Lanang
Davao South Member Services Branch
G/F Building 3, GMC Building, # 97 Mac Arthur, Highway, Matina, Davao City(082) 285-8241
Digos Member Services Branch
USPD Commercial Building,
Rizal Avenue, Digos City
Dipolog Member Services Branch
FSA II Building, Quezon Avenue
Miputak, Dipolg City(065) 212-4542 (Tfax)
General Santos Member Services Branch
EJ Yomon Building, Santiago Boulevard,
General Santos City
Iligan Member Services Branch
Level 2, Lingkod Pinoy
Robinson’s Place iligan
Tubod Highway, iligan City(063) 221-0250 (Tfax)
Kidapawan Member Services Branch
ABLC Building, Ninoy Aquino Road,
Kidapawan City(064) 521-0253
Koronadal Member Services Branch
Ground Floor JYSL Building Corner Balmores – Arellano Sts.
Koronadal City 9506, South Cotabato(083) 228-8125
Malaybalay Member Services Branch
PAZ Bulding,
Carbajal St. cor San Isidro St.,
Malaybalay City, Bukidnon
Pagadian Member Services Branch
2F Trace Arcade Building F. S. Pajares Avenue, Pagadian CityEmail Address: pagadian@pagibigfund.gov.phFax. No.: (062) 215-3029
Panabo Member Services Branch
2F Nixon Lim Building, National Highway
San Francisco, Panabo City, Davao del NorteFax. No.: (084) 628-6998
Polomolok Member Services Branch
WJ Building, Cannery Road, Sanchez Subdivision,
Brgy. Poblacion, Polomolok, South CotabatoFax. No.: (083) 225-2969
San Francisco Member Services Branch
G/F Gaisano Capital, Brgy. 4,
National Highway, San Francisco, Agusan del Sur
(085) 839 5270 and (085) 839 5608
Surigao Member Services Branch
LML Building, Km. 1, National Highway, Brgy. Washington, Surigao City(086) 826-6212 (Tfax)
Tagum Member Services Branch
Nicole’s 22 Building, Assessors Village,
Apokon, Tagum CityEmail Address: tagum@pagibigfund.gov.ph(084) 216-4413
Zamboanga Member Services Branch
Pag-IBIG Fund Building
San Jose Road, Baliwasan
Zamboanga CityEmail Address: zamboanga@pagibigfund.gov.ph

Overseas

BRANCH
Abu Dhabi (Middle East)
C/O Philippine EmbassyW-48, Street No. 8
Sector 2-23, Plot 51, Al Qubaisat, Abu Dhabi
United Arab EmiratesEmail Address: popabudhabi@pagibigfund.gov.phMobile :00971503576308

Contact Person : Salome M. Macatangay

Alkhobar, KSA (Middle East)
c/o Skyfrieght Forwarders1st St. cor. King Fahad St., P.O.
Box 2539, Alkhobar, KSAEmail Address: popalkhobar@pagibigfund.gov.phMobile : +966507181849

Contact Person : Lacsamana P. Tuan

Athens, Greece (Europe)
Philippine Overseas Labor Office# 10 Fhiotidos Str., Ambelokipi 11523 Athens, GreeceEmail Address: popathens@pagibigfund.gov.phFax : (0030210) 6983265

Mobile : (003069) 77425678

Contact Person : Jean V. Santos

Bahrain (Middle East)
c/o Philippine Embassy VillaNo. 939 Road No. 3320
Manama, Bahrain, P.O. Box 26681Email Address: popbahrain@pagibigfund.gov.phMobile : +973 38062625

Contact Person : Alistair Pamela Stacy A. Sicat

Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam (Asia Pacific)
c/o Philippine EmbassySPG 336 Diplomatic EnclaveJalan
Kebangsaan, BSB
Brunei Darussalam BA 1210Email Address: ofwcenter@pagibigfund.gov.phTel. No. : (00673)2241465; (00673)2241466 loc 120

Mobile : (00673) 8830326

Contact Person : Edna C. Peñahermoso

Dubai (Middle East)
Philippine Consulate Gen. Phil. OverseasLabor Office
Beirut St., Al Qusais.3
P.O. Box 4960, Dubai, UAEEmail Address: popdubai@pagibigfund.gov.phTel. No. : 971-042207221

Mobile : 971567285143

Contact Person : Lowella C. Recto

Hongkong SAR (Asia Pacific)
c/o Philippine Consulate General14th Flr., United Center Building,
95 Queensway, Hongkong SAREmail Address: pophongkong@pagibigfund.gov.phTel. No. : (00852) 2823-8561

Mobile :(00852) 94524287

Contact Person : Raymond Francis L. Ramos

Jeddah, KSA (Middle East)
Philippine Consulate GeneralUmm Al-Qura Street Rehab District
P.O. Box 4794 Jeddah 21412Email Address: popjeddah@pagibigfund.gov.phMobile : (+966) 566289554

Contact Person : Jamal D. Baguan

Kuwait (Middle East)
C/O Philippine Embassy ,Villa No.817,Block 1, Street 101,Al Sadiq Area, State of KuwaitEmail Address: popkuwait@pagibigfund.gov.phFax : (00965) 532-9319Mobile : +96596693777

Contact Person : Mahmoud B. Khalil

London, United Kingdom (Europe)
c/o Philippine Embassy6 Suffolk St., London SW1Y 4 HG
United KingdomEmail Address: poplondon@pagibigfund.gov.phTel. No. : +447718163222

Contact Person : Maria Fe B. Mangalile

Macau Sar (Asia Pacific)
Phil. Consulate General Macau SARUnit 1404-1406,14/F AIA Tower, NOS.251A-301,
Avenida Comercial De Macau, Macau SarEmail Address: popmacau@pagibigfund.gov.phTel. No. : (853) 28757111

Fax : (853) 28757227

Mobile : (853) 62573754

Contact Person : Joel I. Nadres

Malaysia (Asia Pacific)
c/o Philippine Embassy Kuala LumpurNo. 1 Changkat Kia Peng
50450 Kuala Lumpur, MalaysiaEmail Address: popmalaysia@pagibigfund.gov.phMobile :

Contact Person :

Milan, Italy (Europe)
Philippine Consulate General
c/o Pag-IBIG FundVIALE STELVIO 71, Via Bernina 18
20159 Milano ItalyEmail Address: popmilan@pagibigfund.gov.phTel. No. : (003902) 43510205

Mobile : (+393) 204-572603

Contact Person : Mylene M. Lontoc

New York (North America)
Phil. Consulate General556 5th Avenue New York 10036 USAEmail Address:popnewyork@pagibigfund.gov.phMobile : + 646 832 6208

Tel. No. : +1 646 8696690

Contact Person : Michael F. Azucena

Oman (Middle East)
c/o Philippine Embassy P. O Box 450PC 115 Madinat, Sultan Qaboos,
Muscat, OmanEmail Address: popoman@pagibigfund.gov.phContact Person : Pag-IBIG-Oman Service Desk
Qatar (Middle East)
c/o Philippine Overseas Labor OfficeUnit 2001/2002 20th Floor Al Jazeera Tower
West Bay Area , Doha, QatarEmail Address: popdoha@pagibigfund.gov.phTel. No. : (00974)50211555

Contact Person : Maria Analyn G. Gaoat

Riyadh, KSA (Middle East)
c/o Philippine Embassy SiteSite D4, Collector Rd., C Diplomatic
Quarters
P.O. Box 94366, Riyadh, KSAEmail Address: popriyadh@pagibigfund.gov.phTel No. : +966537980452

Fax : (009661) 4883945

Mobile : +966537980452

Contact Person : Renato A. Soqueno

Rome, Italy (Europe)
c/o Philippine EmbassyVialle delle Medaglie d’Oro
112/114 00136 Rome, ItalyEmail Address: poprome@pagibigfund.gov.phTel. No. : (003906) 39740853

Mobile : (3932)81475555

Contact Person : Delilah C. Gutierrez

Singapore (Asia Pacific)
c/o Philippine Overseas Labor OfficePhilippine Embassy, 20 Nassim Road,
Singapore 258395Email Address: popsingapore@pagibigfund.gov.phTel. No. : (0065) 6737 3977 loc 106

Mobile : +65-98533147

Contact Person : Christian Jan T. Oliveros

South Korea (Asia Pacific)
c/o Philippine Overseas Labor Office (POLO)Philippine Embassy, 12 Hoenamuro 42-gil
Yongsan-gu, Seoul City 140-857
Republic of KoreaEmail Address: popkorea@pagibigfund.gov.phTel. No. : (0082)237853634

Mobile : (0082) 1071450385

Contact Person : Dominic A. Leoligao

Taiwan (Asia Pacific)
No. 55, 57 Zhouzi Street, Neihu District, Taipei CityEmail Address: poptaiwan@pagibigfund.gov.phTel.No. 00886-(02) 26588298Fax (00886) 225-079805

Mobile 0088 – 0975563561

Contact Person : Lersa A. Li

Tokyo, Japan (Asia Pacific)
Email Address: popjapan@pagibigfund.gov.ph / ofwcontactus@pagibigfund.gov.ph
Toronto Canada (North America)
Ontario, Canada M4P 3B5Email Address: poptoronto@pagibigfund.gov.phTel. No. : +1 (647) 642-3694Contact Person : Elizabeth V. Borres

READ: Guide to Pag-IBIG Fund: Online Registration & Contribution Table

Laptop Buying Guide: Best Place to Buy Laptop in Philippines 2019

Today, the use of technology is extremely important for all. Whether you’re an engineering student who wishes to use a laptop for his research and mathematics related tasks, a businessman who needs one for conferences, one of the high school students who needs it for research and enjoyment, or an OFW thinking about buying a brand new laptop in the Philippines, you need to research well in order to ensure that you get the machine best suited for you.

Before buying it is a good idea to know which places are the best to buy laptops in the Philippines – cheap, affordable and a 100% brand new.

Before you invest your hard-earned money on a brand new laptop, however, it would be good if you asked yourself these questions so you can make sure you’re really getting the machine you want:


1. How do I choose a laptop?

First and foremost, you’re going to have to know exactly how to choose your laptop. Know your budget, ask for the price list, look at the laptop elements, choose if you want one that’s brand new or refurbished, and determine what exactly you need it for so you can choose the right one, and so you don’t end up regretting your decision.

2. What laptop are you using and why?

The reasons I ask is because who you are, and what you do, is important in determining what kind of laptop computer is best for you.

For example, for college students, a light and portable sort of machine is best while for engineering students, a laptop with higher processing power might be better suited. Also, you might be wondering whether a laptop is even the right choice for you and your lifestyle.

Let’s look at the alternative. You could get a desktop computer. They’re cheaper than laptops, until you buy a monitor, although it depends on the size and quality.

If you’re looking for mostly portability and ease of use, however, then you’ll most likely be perfectly content with just a laptop. The answers to these questions will help you make your decision, and find your next laptop.

3. I am a OFW working abroad or Expat

Which is better to buy in my host country vs to buy in the Philippines? If you happen to be an overseas Filipino worker.

Some might think it is cheaper to buy outside the country when in reality, it really isn’t. Most of the time, the price of technology and laptops from the country of origin is the exact same price in the Philippines, give or take a few thousand pesos. You also don’t have to deal with customs, if you are a returning overseas Filipino worker.

The Various Laptop Elements

In order for you to truly choose the laptop among the best laptop brands, you’re going to have to know the elements to make sure you won’t get tricked into buying something you don’t really need.

Processor

– First, you need to choose from the laptops with the right processor. Another term for the processor is the CPU, also known as the Central Processing Unit. A faster processor means that the applications and programs on your laptop is going to run faster, but a faster processor typically also means you’ll be buying a more expensive laptop. However, a fast processor is essential for those who have to run heavy load programs.

Random Access Memory

(RAM) – RAM is the memory that your laptop has. Typically, 4GB of ram is considered the minimum for good performance, and higher RAM means faster performance.

Graphics Processing Unit

(GPU) – The GPU is the measure of how good your laptop displays graphics and moving images. Gaming laptops typically have a very good GPU, as well as those made for design.

Display

– The display of your laptop shows how crisp and clear images on the screen are. The higher the pixels on the screen, then the better the display.

Operating System

– There are different Operating Systems, or OS, to choose from such as Apple, Windows, and Linux. Do research and see which of them best suits your needs.

Storage

– If you want to store lots of things on your laptop, then it is essential you get one with lots of available gigabytes of storage. However if you plan on mainly using the internet for things like email, social media and networking, it is not needed so much.

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In summary the processor and RAM are important for your laptop’s speed and performance, the GPU and Display are great indicators of the beauty and speed of graphics on the screen, the operating system can be changed to suit your needs and wants and the storage is important depending on the amount of files you need to store.

All in all, these components are very important to consider when purchasing a laptop.

Best laptop Brand to buy in the Philippines

1. Lenovo 6. Microsoft
2. Razer 7. MSI
3. Asus 8. Samsung
4. Acer 9. HP
5. Dell 10. Apple

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30 Best Place to buy Laptop in the Philippines

List of top computer stores in the Philippines – If you’ve finally picked out the kind of machine you want, here are the stores where you can get yourself a brand new laptop.

1. Qube Philippines

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Qube which specializes in technology, especially security home, office equipment like CCTV cameras, dash-cam, TV and smart fences.

A good company for security related electronics and online shopping makes it easier for the buyer; however their laptop and computer selection is not very extensive.

Locations – Alabang, Aurora Broadway, Davao, Gilmore IT Center, Luckytown China Mall, N. Domingo, SM Baguio, SM Cebu, SM Masinag, SM North Edsa, SM Puerto Princesa, Palawan
Website: www.qube.ph Built in with Wix.

2. Otcer

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An electronics store which specialises in e-commerce or selling goods online and has a selection of both local and international products.

Has a wide variety of all types of technology, from branded laptops to printers and also apple accessories.
Locations – Pasig (office, no physical store)
Websites – www.otcer.ph Built in with WordPress

3. PC Express

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A company which sells a wide variety of different computers such as PCs, PC parts, laptops and more, from middle to high range.

PC Express not only has a very large selection of different computers and computer parts, but also has the best and latest in technology making it a good store for those who need fast, high quality laptops. They also sell parts like hard disk drives, optical drives, and more. You can buy online.

Locations – Metro Manila, Laguna, Batangas, Nueva Ejica, Cavite, Rizal, Bulacan, Pampanga, Bataan
Websites – https://pcx.com.ph/shop/ Built in with WordPress

PC Express Pricelist pcx.com.ph/price-lists

4. BenStore PC

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Sells an extensive collection of laptops and PCs of low, middle, and high range.

A good choice for gamers and those looking for high-end laptops and machines because of their extensive catalogue.

Locations – RBM Building (3rd Floor), Rizal Avenue cor. Laguna street Sta. Cruz; Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines (office address, no physical store)

Websites – https://benstore.com.ph Built in with PrestaShop

5. PC Gilmore

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Gilmore popular computer center, specializes in high-end computers and machines, especially for gaming.

Main product – PC, PC parts, PC accessories, keyboard, mouse, gaming laptops, gaming chair.

Has a large selection of high-end gaming laptops but lack of online catalog and no option for online shopping makes it slightly inconvenient.

Locations – Quezon City, Manila, Caloocan,

Websites – www.pcgilmore.com.ph/ Built in with OpenCart

6. Acer Philippines Incorporated

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A popular laptop company which makes lots of ranges of laptops, from low-end, middle range, to high end gaming laptops

It’s hard to go wrong with Acer because of their famous brand name and large selection of laptops- any sort of customer would be able to find something from their available catalog that suits their needs because of the wide selection.
Locations – Bonifacio Global City, Manila
Websites – ph-store.acer.com/ Built in with Magneto

7. Villman Computers

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A company with a very large selection of all things relating to personal computers like laptops, desktop power supply, laptop parts, software, LCD and LEDs, and more.

One of the top companies especially for those looking for very specific laptops or laptop parts because of the company’s extensive and specific catalogue.

Locations – Quezon City, Pasay City, Cabanatuan City, Mandaluyong, Marikina, Taguig

Villman contact number:

Websites – www.villman.com/ Built in with PHP

8. MSI Philippines

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Makes lots of laptop and computer products, especially those on the high-end category. Electronic Sports League (ESL) official gaming partner.

Good company to look into if you want to buy gaming laptops or other high end laptops with a fast processor and good graphics as well as afterburner.

Locations – Pasay, Mandaluyong, Taguig, Quezon City.

Websites – https://ph.msi.com/ Built in with Bootsrap

9. PC Corner Online

PC Corner is one of the pioneers of ICT Products reselling ranging from desktop components, laptops and other related products

One of the popular place to purchase a laptop given their wide selection which makes them a recommended notebook store and PC store in the Philippines.

Locations – Quezon City, Manila, Mandaluyong,

Websites – www.pccorner.com.ph

10. Dell Philippines

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A company which manufactures mainly, and exclusively laptops- from low to middle range up till the high end gaming laptops.

One of the better known companies for buying laptops; their reliability makes the a good choice for buying laptops when buying a server for a small business.

Company Locations – Makati, Pasay, San Juan, Manila, Taguig, and Dell Cebu.
Websites – www.dell.com.ph Built in with Bootsrap

11. Silicon Valley

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Silicon Valley is a consumer electronics retail shop, sell a large variety of different items like phones, laptops, printers, and more.

Sell a fair selection of different laptops. A plus about the company is that they also offer their very own repair service for your damaged electronics. They also offer installments on some items as well.

Locations – Manila, Mandaluyong, Makati, Marikina, Paranaque, Muntinlupa, Festival Mall, SM North
Websites – www.siliconvalley.com.ph

12. HP Invent

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One of the most popular laptop computers, desktops, printers brands, and have acclaimed reliability over the years due to their large laptop line and long time standing of the business.

Their laptops are reliable and truly tested given that they are a popular brand, and if any issues come up with your product it is easy to consult and get it fixed.

Company Locations – Pasay, Quezon City

Websites – www8.hp.com/ph/en/home.html

13. Electroworld – Abenson

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The Larget IT retail chain in the Philippines, sells a very large selection of different electronics tv and aircon, even some not frequently sold in smaller shops such as plotters for desktops and home appliances.

Their extensive selection and availability and installment options. One of the best place to buy aircon.

Locations – Makati, Manila, Mandaluyong, Pasig, Taguig, Marikina, Laspinas

Websites – www.abenson.com/ Built in with Magneto

14. PC Option

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Specializes in PC, computers, as well as different PC parts and accessories.

Has a decent collection of laptops, but is comprised mostly of desktops as well as desktop parts. The online shopping feature and accessible website makes it easier to purchase items.

Locations – Shaw Boulevard Corner Ideal Street, Mandaluyong, Pleasant Hills, Mandaluyong, 1550

Websiteswww.pcoptionsph.com

15. Galleon Philippines

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Find items not available in the Philippines, the Best Amazon Alternative in the Philippines. A enormous task for a start-up like us with limited capital. We had to start to thinking smart.

Highly recommend Galleon.ph! Makes purchase items from abroad easier and delivered right at your door step. Without any hassle.

Locations – Unit 504, 5th floor, Raffles Corporate Center, Emerald Ave, Ortigas Center, Pasig, 1660 Metro Manila

Websites – www.galleon.ph Built in with Hypertext Preprocessor

16. Enigma Technologies Inc.

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Sells mainly PCs, computers, and PC accessories as well as laptops, gadgets and more.

Enigma price list: enigma-phil.com.ph/pricelist

A good place to buy laptops because they have a large selection, from personal laptops, multimedia laptops, gaming laptops and more at many different price ranges.

Locations – Laguna, Makati, Cavite, Angeles
Websites – www.enigma-phil.com.ph

17. Octagon Computer Superstore

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Sells a wide selection of PCs, computers, PC accessories, speakers, and more.

Has a wide selection of PCs and PC parts but as for their laptops, the selections are more limited.
Locations – Quezon City, Manila, Makati, Pasig, Taguig, San Juan, Zamboanga
Websiteswww.octagon.com.ph Built in with OpenCart

18. Thinking Tools

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A company which sells many different gadgets like desktops, laptops, printers, desktop power supplies, ifixit pro tech toolkit, and computer tools brands.

Known for having a wide variety of gadgets to choose from. Their laptop selection is also sizable, although lack variety in the gaming laptop department. Personal and student laptops are abundant, however.

PC Quickbuys SM Cebu Contact

SM-CEBU BRANCH:
2nd Level, SM City-Cebu CYBERZONE Cebu City 6000 Philippines
+ 63 32 238-8108

SM-CONSOLACION BRANCH:
2nd Level, SM City-Consolacion CYBERZONE Consolacion, Cebu 6001, Philippines
+63 32 423-4238

Locations – San Juan, Cebu, Carcar City, Tagbilaran City, Sobrecarey, Davao [branches]
Websites – www.tti.com.ph Built in with Bootsrap

19. BLINQUE TECH

One of the few PC shops for those living down in Mindanao. A Laptop store in Davao city and General Santos City which sell computers, CCTVS, and more.

A great option for those living in Mindanao, and have a moderate selection of laptops to choose from. There is a lack of accessibility and they have no online shop available, however.
Locations – Davao, General Santos, Tagum City
Websites – blinque-tech.com/

20. Digital Interface

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Another store in Davao City which sells different electronics such as printer, computers, laptops, CCTVs, and other home appliances and gadgets.

Has an adequate selection of laptops for personal and office use, but lacks variety in the high-end and gaming
Locations – Davao City
Websiteshttp://www.digitalinterface.com.ph

21. Davao Computer

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Another company in Davao which sells PC parts as well as different sorts of hardware.

Have many different and specific PC parts however their laptop selection is more limited, and may not contain some specific types of models especially those less known, as well as gaming laptops.

Locations – Davao
Websitesdavaocomputer.com

22. Columbia Computer Center

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A computer store in Mindanao which sells PC, PC parts, laptops, as well as laptop accessories and other gadgets and electronics.

Has a catalogue of different laptop models from all ranges, however the variation of brands is limited. They have in stock mainly laptop-only brands.
Locations – Butuan, Cagayan de Oro, Davao, General Santos
Websitescolumbia.com.ph

23. PCWORX

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A shop which sells PCs, PC accessories, laptops, as well as different operating systems for your machines.

Has a very wide selection of different laptops which make it a great place to buy for those looking for something very specific to their needs and line of work. Another convenient factor is that they also sell furniture related to computer and laptop use.

Locations – Manila, Quezon City, Muntinlupa, Mandaluyong, Angeles, Tarlac, Subic Bay, General Santos, Davao, Olongapo
Websiteswww.pcworx.ph Built in with PHP

24. Emcor

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Mainly sells home electronics but also extends to higher forms of technology such as laptops and laptop accessories. One of the best Bajaj Re, PIaggio APE, furniture and air conditioner seller in Davao city Philippines;

Because they are mainly an appliances company, their selection of laptops is not very wide but those looking for non-gaming laptops for business, school, or work will easily be able to find something that suits them.

Locations – Davao, South Cotabato, Zamboanga, Iloilo, Cebu, Cagayan de Oro, Negros Occidental
Websiteshttp://emcor.com.ph

25. Complink

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A company which mainly cells computers and laptops, but also has other accessories in their catalog.

One of the best websites to get a laptop because of their very large variety of laptops, from simple laptops to high range and gaming ones. They also have additional processors and storage to add to your purchased laptop.

Locations – Makati, Pasig, Mandaluyong
Websitescomplink.com.ph

26. Silicon Valley Philippines


One of the top and most renowned IT sellers and resellers in the country, selling phones, laptops, computer, and other electronics.

Sells laptops from many different.

Silicon Valley contact number (632)371-6868

Locations – Quezon City, Pasay, Makati, Paranaque, Mandaluyong, Cavite, Laguna, Muntinlupa, Marikina, Manila
Websiteswww.siliconvalley.com.ph/

27. OPENPINOY

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Offer the best affordable deals in Brand new and Used Computer and Monitors, Laptop, PC Parts, Computer Case, Desktop Accessories and CCTV Products, and more on their online shopping website.

Has a very large online catalogue to buy numerous electronics. They have laptops of different price ranges, processor speeds, as well as types. Their online listings are also very organized and the fact that you are able to buy online adds to the convenience.

Locations – 126 Pioneer St., FMF Compound, Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila, Philippines 1550, exclusively sells online.
Websiteswww.openpinoy.com/ Built in with PHP

28. Easy PC

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Sells mainly computers and a wide selection of different computer parts, rakk gears, pc builder and accessories to build your own PC.

A great place not only to buy computers and laptops, but also specific parts for the machine so you can customise and alter, as well as accessorise your computer making it a great site for those who want to make sure their laptops will truly suit their needs.

Locations – Makati, Alabang, Sucat, Ortigas, Fairview, Bacoor, North Ave.
Websiteswww.easypc.com.ph/

29. PoundIt Philippines

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An exclusively online store that sells many different electronics and gadgets like phones, tablets, laptops, audio equipment, speakers, gaming mechanical keyboard, cameras and more.

Their large catalogue makes it a good place to choose a laptop, and their shipping and online shopping option makes it convenient for those who want to look for a machine in the comfort of their homes.

Locations – None, only sells online
Websiteswww.poundit.com/

30. DynaQuest PC

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A website which specializes in selling PCs, laptops, tech-ware, gaming keyboards, Motherboard and other PC parts and accessories for a desktop setup.

Because of their specialisation in desktops and laptops, they have a large catalogue of very specific laptops and parts and the website has the added convenience of online shopping.

Locations – Makati, Manila, Ortigas, Sucat
Websites – dynaquestpc.com Built in with Shopify

Bonus Link:

www.rakk.ph
www.jdmcomputer.com
www.smappliance.com

Villman Stores and Contact number

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Store Location Contact Number
MSI Concept Store 738-2375, ‎0917-8793726
ROG MOA (by ASUS) Republic of Gamers 621-5869
VillMan (Cabanatuan) (044)-951-0369, 0917-5328383
Acer Concept Store (Cabanatuan) (044)-329-3598
Zenfone Store (SM North Annex) 508-7926, 0917-5117426
Acer Concept Store (SM North Annex) 738-2943, 994-2222
Acer Concept Store (SM Megamall) 633-ACER(2237),972-2222, 788-ACER (2237) 0917-8793810
ASUS Concept Store (SM North Annex) 949-2587 / 0917-8793716
Asus Shop-in-Shop (SM Megamall) 637-2237 / 0917-5321161
Dell Concept Store (SM North Annex) 441-1615, 0917-8793387
Dell Concept Store (SM Mall of Asia) 835-9301, 0917-879-3728
Dell Concept Store (SM Megamall) 635-2237, 0917-8793694
Huawei Concept Shop (SM Megamall) 986-2222, 0917-5327947
HP Concept Store 661-hphp (4747), 0917-8793756
Lenovo Exclusive Store @ SM Marikina 799-6888, 477-7000, 0917-8793760, 0917-8793752
Lenovo Exclusive Store @ SM MOA 835-5882; 0917-8793796
Lenovo Think Store (SM North Annex) 738-2908; 0917-8793834
Trinoma 901-5555/56, 0966-5388882
V-Store SM Annex 949-2589, 0917-8793772
VillMan (SM North Annex) 972-1111, 441-8888; 0917-5328377
SM Marikina 738-2686, 477-8888
SM Megamall 683-0532 to 33; 0917-8793788
VillMan Light Mall 955-1489 ; 0917-8793714
Makati-Glorieta 2 816-7678, 625-5039, 217-4550, 0917-5328444, 0917-5328448
Market! Market! 88-9999-1, 757-2277; 0917-8793776
SM Mall of Asia 901-1407 ; 0917-8793728
SM Fairview 277-2325, 907-8066; 0917-5325002, 0917-5327917
Pag-asa 929-0411 to 12, 920-6464 to 67
Villman Location http://villman.com/Locations.php

How Much Does it Cost to Straighten Teeth in Philippines

How Much Do Braces Cost in Philippines

A wonderful set of teeth is one of the best assets someone could have. Usually, whenever a person talks to someone, the first thing he/notices are the teeth. Although a lot of us are not born and gifted with natural white and perfect teeth, it is also achievable by having teeth braces for a few years. As advised, it is better to have the teeth repaired as early as twelve years old to prevent any crooked or misaligned tooth in the future since it is harder to patch up when a person gets older.

Braces are known to be one of the most effective ways to repair any misalignment in the teeth, but it is also known as something expensive. However, not many people are aware that there are also affordable clinics which have the best orthodontist.

Generally, the price of having braces in the Philippines ranges from about ₱25,000.00 to ₱120,000.00, depending on the condition of the teeth. It can also change depending on the materials that will be used for braces or the process of installing them. On the other hand, it is still affordable compared to those dental services offered abroad. The price might be a little high, but some of the clinics are also offering monthly installment which is payable every month at the time of the adjustment of braces, or through credit card payment.

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If you are looking for effective, trustworthy and cheap oral services from the local dental clinics, here are the top dental clinics in the Philippines that you can choose from or consider.

Clinic Name Expertise Rating Facilities Rating Services Rating Feedback Rating
Tooth & Go Clinic 3.74 4.96 3.68 4.54
Sacred Heart Dental Clinic 3.44 4.99 4.43 4.36
Gerochi Dental & Implant Center 3.11 4.94 4.33 4.81
iDent Dental Clinic 3.44 4.97 3.3 4.18
Dalisay Dental Clinic 2.99 4.35 3.48 4.41
Northern Dental Specialists 2.55 4.4 4.05 4
Navales Dental 3.36 2.88 2.66 4.37
Louie’s Dental Clinic 2.5 3.48 3.78 4.09
One Dental Care 2.83 2.82 2.87 3.93
Martinez Dental Clinic 2.52 2.9 3.1 4.11

These dental clinics offer various services such as check-up, cleaning, whitening, and other dental services that one might need.

Improving the appearance of our teeth improves not only its condition but also our self-confidence. By having a set of white and perfect teeth, we can smile widely and proudly without having to worry about how our teeth would look. Also, it can enhance our overall dental health as we learn to maintain it.

In conclusion, getting braces for yourself might be a good idea but always be sure to get them from a licensed and professional dentist. We should not only consider the price, but also the skills of the orthodontist. An excellent dentist asks the patient for his/her desired treatment and gives advice whether that will do well for his/her teeth, how to take care of it, and explains how these treatments will be conducted.

DepEd Guidelines & Themes for 2019 Nutrition Month

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Here’s the DepEd PDF files on Guidelines and Themes for the July Celebration.

The theme for the July 2016 Nutrition Month Celebration is: First 1000 Days ni Baby Pahalagahan Para sa Malusog na Kinabukasan which was stated at the DepEd Memorandum No. 100, s. 2018.

The Philippines celebrates the month of July as the Nutrition Month, for the year 2016, the Department of Education and the National Nutrition Council leads the country in the celebration.

June 22, 2016

DepEd Memorandum No. 100, s. 2016

2016 NUTRITION MONTH CELEBRATION

To:
Undersecretaries
Assistant Secretaries
Bureau and Service Directors
Regional Directors
Schools Division Superintendents
Public Elementary and Secondary Schools Heads
All Others Concerned
1. The National Nutrition Council (NNC) will lead the whole nation in the celebration of 2016 Nutrition Month in July. NNC also leads the Early Childhood Care and Development Intervention Package (ECCD-IP) First 1000 Days Program to contribute to child’s development through integrated health, nutrition and early education services.
2. The main purpose of this Celebration is to disseminate nutrition-related messages to all Filipinos through the theme First 1000 Days ni Baby Pahalagahan Para sa Malusog na Kinabukasan. Specifically, the Celebration aims to:

a. create awareness on the importance of proper infant and young child feeding practices, specifically the exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months of life and giving appropriate complementary food after six months with continuous breastfeeding;
b. promote collaboration among stakeholders at the national and local levels for health programs for families with pregnant women and children less than two years old; and
c. serve as a venue for launching of the Early Childhood Care and Development Intervention Package (ECCD-IP) for the first 1000 days.

3. The ECCD-IP’s primary goal is to reduce mortality and morbidity rates, reduce the prevalence of stunting and wasting among children 0-23 months old and increase the percentage of children 0-23 months old in meeting the development milestone. The ECCD-IP First 1000 Days will be implemented in the Accelerated and Sustainable Anti-Poverty Program (ASAPP) municipalities and cities from the Category 1 provinces covering nine regions, ten provinces, ten cities, and 42 municipalities from 2016 to 2018.
4. In support of this developmental endeavor of the nutrition community to be spearheaded by the NNC, the Department of Education (DepEd) enjoins all schools to participate in this Celebration by undertaking meaningful activities which will highlight the importance of the first 1000 days of life.
5. However, it is emphasized that the Engaged Time-on-Task policy of the DepEd should be observed as stipulated in DepEd Order No. 9, s 2005.
6. A consolidated narrative report with the pictorials on the highlights of the observance of Nutrition Month shall be prepared by the regional health and nutrition personnel for submission to the NNC regional offices.
7. For more information, all concerned may contact the National Nutrition Council (NCC) Central Office, Nutrition Building, 2332 Chino Roces Avenue, Extension, Taguig City, at telephone no. (02) 818-7398 or send a message through email: [info@nnc.gov.ph ] or visit the nearest NNC regional office.
8. Immediate dissemination of this Memorandum is desired.

BR. ARMIN A. LUISTRO FSC
Secretary

Press the link to Download the 2016 Nutrition Month Memo Adobe PDF File.

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