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Press Release - Bong Go provides support to indigent students in Naga City, Camarines Sur

Senator Christopher "Bong" Go emphasized the need to further support and empower the youth and provide them access to quality education, considering their vital role in nation-building.

In the past, Go has co-authored Republic Act 11510 which institutionalizes the Alternative Learning System (ALS) and improves the delivery of basic education to the underserved and disadvantaged students. The law provides support for typically underrepresented students, such as indigenous students, students from less privileged backgrounds, and students with physical and learning disabilities.

He then shared that during the term of former president Rodrigo Duterte, RA 10931 or the Universal Access to Quality Tertiary Education Act was enacted into law. This law has immensely supported impoverished students by providing free education in local colleges, universities, and state-run technical vocational institutions. Building upon the successes of Republic Act No. 10931, Go co-authored and co-sponsored Senate Bill No. (SBN) 1360 which seeks to expand the Tertiary Education Subsidy (TES) coverage.

Furthermore, Go commended President Ferdinand Marcos, Jr. for signing into law RA 11984, also known as the "No Permit, No Exam Prohibition Act". Go co-authored and co-sponsored the measure in the Senate.

Recently, Go's Malasakit Team extended additional support to disadvantaged students in Naga City, Camarines Sur. Held at Barangay Calauag Covered Court on Monday, March 25, they assisted 333 indigent students with snacks, masks, vitamins, and shirts. They also gave away shoes and a mobile phone to select recipients.

"Basta isa lang po ang pakiusap ko sa inyo, mag-aral kayo ng mabuti. Sa bawat estudyanteng makakapagtapos ng pag-aaral, buong pamilya nila ang maaari nating maiahon sa hirap. Huwag din nating kalilimutang pasalamatan ang ating mga magulang na halos nagpapakamatay magtrabaho mapaaral lang ang kanilang anak," Go said.

The qualified beneficiares also received educational assistance from the government through the initiative of Go and in cooperation with Congressman Gabriel "Gabby" Bordado Jr.

Meanwhile, as Chair of the Senate Committee on Sports, Go also gave away balls for