Federal Government of Nigeria opens the portal for 'Survival Fund' registration

The portal for the registration of beneficiaries of survival fund is now open
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Ernest Sunday

FG opens Portal for 'Survival Fund' registration

The Federal Government of Nigeria has on Monday, 21, 2020 opened the portal for the registration of beneficiaries for Survival Fund with different categories of businesses to register.

According to the statement released by the Project Delivery Office in Abuja, the survival fund portal was to be opened from 10 pm on Monday with educational categories as the first beneficiaries to register.

“In order to ensure a seamless registration process, the Project Delivery Office (PDO) has designed a registration schedule.

“Registration for Payroll Support will start with educational institutions on Monday and will be followed with businesses in the hospitality industry on Friday, September 25, beginning from 12 AM.

Survival Fund portal registeration: The payroll support starts on Monday, September 21, 2020.

'Survival Fund portal' is open to different categories of SMEs

“The Survival Fund portal will also be open to other categories of small businesses from 12 AM., on Monday, September 28, 2020,” the statement said.

It is therefore advised that people interested in the registration and are of educational categories should log into the Survival Fund site to register and stand a chance to benefit from the scheme.

The Survival Fund is a scheme which was brought out by the Federal Government to support vulnerable Micro and Small enterprises who were affected by the COVID-19 pandemic to meet up their payroll by issuing them grants.

Businesses such as MSMEs, self-employed, bus drivers, taxi drivers, rideshare drivers (Uber, Bolt Taxify etc.), mechanics, artisans, electricians, plumbers etc. are all included in the scheme and are eligible to register.

The Survival Fund scheme is estimated by the Federal Government to save over 1.3 million jobs in the country and it is targeting an average of 35,000 individuals per state

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