State of Calamity Declared in These Areas due to Typhoon Karding

State of Calamity was declared in several areas in the Philippines following the impacts of super typhoon “Karding”.

The wrath of super typhoon Karding left several Filipino families homeless. Other people lost their source of income. In Quezon, some of those who lost their homes are either staying in evacuation centers or their other family members’ house. Some people started constructing a house using the remaining materials from the damaged houses. Based on a report on ABS-CBN News, state of calamity was declared in the following areas:

  • Quezon
    • General Nacar
    • Polillo Group of Islands
      • Polillo
      • Patnanungan
      • Panukulan
      • Jomalig
      • Burdeos

Pag-IBIG Calamity Loan – How To Apply Online (Requirements & More)

Pag-IBIG Calamity Loan Online Application, What You Need To Know

PAG-IBIG CALAMITY LOAN – Amid the Coronavirus crisis in the Philippines, Pag-IBIG allowed its members to apply for a loan online.

Due to the lockdown in Luzon, hundreds of workers have lost their income. Additionally, businesses have been closed and workers struggle as the virus continued its spread.

Luckily, PAG-IBIG announced on their official Facebook page that they are allowing the Calamity Loan and the Multi-Purpose Loan Program (MPL) to be applied online.


Not all members have access to printers, along with this, shops have closed due to the lockdown. Luckily, Pag-IBIG made loan forms fillable online.

  1. Fill-out the online form
  2. After completing the form, save it as a PDF file.
  3. Following this, send the PDF file via email to your companies Human Resources (HR) or fund coordinator.

Applicants are required to send the files to employers as an application agreement in the form is needed to be signed.


Those eligible to apply are residents living in areas declared by the President as under a state of calamity. Furthermore, here are the required documents:

  • Completed Pag-IBIG Calamity Loan or MPL form
  • One (1) valid I.D. (Front and Back)
  • Loyalty Card Plus (Front and Back)
  • LandBank or DBP Cashcard
  • At least twenty-four (24) monthly membership savings or contributions
  • Sufficient proof of income


Members who applied online will receive a text message showing confirmation of their loan. Moreover, members with confirmed loans will be informed whether the loan is credited in their Loyalty Card Plus, Landbank or DBP Cashcard.


Members can receive up to 80% of their total Pag-IBIG Regular Savings. It usually includes:

  1. Employee’s monthly contributions
  2. Employer’s contributions
  3. Accumulated dividends earned

Moreover, applicants may apply for the calamity loan online within 90 days from the declaration of a State of Calamity.

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