The MSU TCTO Task Force COVID-19 gives updates on its accomplishments all-throughout the period of the Enhanced Community Quarantine
The Task Force remains committed to continue supporting its constitutents through this great hour of need, and with our shift to General Community Quarantine.
5,670 FOOD PACKS
Food packs were distributed to university constituents during the stay-at-home periods. 4,500 of this were given to students in a course of 5 weeks, while 1,170 packs were distributed to our frontliners.
2,500 HYGIENE KITS
Hygiene kits were provided to students and frontliners. 2,500 kits were given to students while the rest were for the frontliners.
1,000 CANDIES OF HOPE
1,000 #CandiesOfHope were distributed to students as a symbol of hope. This project was even featured in Net25's Mata ng Agila news.
1,000 CANDIES OF JOY
1,000 #CandiesOfJoy packs were given to the students during the last week of the distribution of the food packs.
280 PABAON PACKS
Pabaon packs were given to students returning to their hometowns through the Oplan Moleh. Each pack contains essential food items needed for the travel including a full-set meal.
212 OPLAN MOLEH BENEFICIARIES
212 students were successfully ferried back to Sibutu and Mapun municipalities through the Oplan Moleh. The rest of the remaining students who are non-residents of Bongao will be returning in the coming days.
EARLY RELEASE OF STIPENDS AND ALLOWANCES
Following the termination of the 2nd semester, all unreleased semestral stipends and allowances (January to May) were released before the return of the students to their homes through Oplan Moleh.
HAZARD PAY FOR ALL FRONTLINERS
All university frontliners were given their Hazard Pay, in recognition of their untiring efforts to secure the school's constituents against COVID-19.
GUARANTEED SALARIES TO ALL EMPLOYEES
All employees, including contractuals, casual and job-orders, received and will receive their salaries subject to work-from-home and other arrangements.
216 MSU TCTO BOTTLED PRODUCTS FOR FRONTLINERS
216 bottled fisheries' products made by the College of Fisheries were given to the frontliners of the local governments of Bongao and Tawi-Tawi.
247 INFIRMARY OPERATIONS
The University Infirmary has been operating for 247 since the start of the quarantine. They have also been actively assisting in securing students' medical conditions prior to being admitted under the Oplan Moleh program and those joining the intimate Pagbuka.
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE)
Facemasks, thermal scanners, gloves, disinfectant sprayers were immediately procured. Sanitation areas were also built for the use of the students and staff.
PAGBUKA FOR STUDENTS
Intimate pagbuka or iftar is hosted by the school for the remaining students in Bongao since the start of Ramadan. These are done by batches in order to avoid gathering in one place.
THANK YOU, DONORS AND SPONSORS!
MSU Tawi-Tawi could not have accomplished all of these without your trust and support!