Survival Fund Disbursement 2021/2022 Update: FG to begin more Payment this week

Survival Fund Disbursement 2021/2022 Latest News Update for Survival Fund’s Payroll Support Scheme as Federal will commence Payments to all verified applicants. See more details under about Survival Fund Disbursement.

Survival Fund’s Payroll Support Scheme Payment 2021/2022

More payments for Survival Fund’s Payroll Support will be made from this week to the next batch of beneficiaries of the Economic Sustainability Programme (ESP) Survival Fund’s Payroll support track and the one-off General MSME Grant of N50,000.

As stated by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo’s spokesman, Laolu Akande, on Sunday, it is furtherance of the present administration’s support for small businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic under the ESP.

According to the Statement, this is expected to increase the number of beneficiaries under the Payroll Support track, which has so far benefitted a total of 319,755 Nigerians, while 265,425 Nigerians are beneficiaries under the Artisan and Transport Support track.

“Of the 265,425 beneficiaries, there are 118,581 beneficiaries under Artisan support track, and 146,844 beneficiaries under the Transport track.

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“The payroll support track aims to support 500,000 beneficiaries with payment of up to N50,000 per employee for a period of three months.

“The MSME Survival Fund, a component under the Nigerian Economic Sustainability Plan, NESP, is designed to support vulnerable Micro Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) in meeting their payroll obligations and safeguard jobs in the MSMEs sector.

“The scheme is estimated to save not less than 1.3 million jobs across the country and specifically impact on over 35,000 individuals per state.”

Update on MSME Grants and the Guaranteed Off-take Stimulus Scheme

The applications for the MSME Grants and the Guaranteed Off-take Stimulus Scheme opened on February, 9th, 2021 and closed on March 1, 2021.

The General MSME Grant is a one-off grant of N50,000 that will be given to each qualified MSME as direct cash injection into their enterprise. The total number of beneficiaries in this track is 100,000 spread across the States.

“In the same vein, under the Artisan Support scheme, a total of 333,000 Artisans and Transport business operators nationwide will get one-time operations grant of N30,000 per beneficiary to reduce the effects of income loss due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Meanwhile, 172,129 businesses have so far benefitted under the ESP Survival Fund formalisation support track, which is aimed at registering 250,000 new businesses for free with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC).

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4 thoughts on “Survival Fund Disbursement 2021/2022 Update: FG to begin more Payment this week

  • August 10, 2021 at 4:31 am
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    How would I apply

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  • August 25, 2021 at 1:49 am
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    We applied since the year 2020, we were verified and interviewed but up till now there isnt a single person that received any disbursement. Ibnu Abdullah Private school, Jos.

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    • August 27, 2021 at 2:52 pm
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      I personally ushie David Afo with the account number 3057998434 first bank applied since match 2021 for 1000000 and I have not been paid

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