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  1. The Federal Government Survival Fund programme is massively calling on applicants to clarify some gray areas before the loan can be disbursed. This is a measure put in place by the Federal Government to scan applicants via phone call Unfortunately, many have not gotten or missed calls from the government via her agents, this is the two official numbers used in calling so far, applicants are advised to look out for these number dutifully 070010002001 or 07004000500. The first stage when the call comes is a conversation from an answering machine, thereafter like a minute or minutes the survival agent continues the conversation with you. You should have waited a bit to have that conversation. The first point of conversation is with the employer to confirm your address and name. Thereafter they call the employees to confirm also from them However, all your documents will be verified during the conversation, and if you are successfully verified, your chances of getting the fund are sure Missed a call from Survival Fund You should call back immediately. Do not hesitate to call back the number that called you, though it will take like 20mins to call back, this is because the system is a programmed one Get plenty of airtime and call back, they will pick. Not Gotten A Call Yet? Applicants yet to get a call from the Federal Government Survival Fund Progamme are o call the numbers 070010002001 or 07004000500 Feel free, many have been doing it, not all applicants will have the opportunity of being called or attend to, it will be best to give them a call even before they call you. Introduce your name and address to them, they will ask for sensitive information only you can provide
  2. The Federal Government has started calling qualified applicants who met the MSMEs survival fund requirements, applicants will be called and questioned based on how he/she wants to utilize the fund Many have applicants have lost the opportunity or missed calls from the aforementioned phone number, if you missed call from 07004000500, 070010002001, you need not worry If you missed calls from any of these numbers, call the number immediately, it will take time to get them, but keep trying till you reach out to them If you are called, and you picked their calls: Run to a quiet environment, noise may disrupt the conversation please be very audible be precise with your response tell them what you intend using the fund for make sure It's for Business or investment that are profitable You will be asked the following questions, this is how to reply: Did you apply for MSMEs Survival Fund? Say yes What Category: make your you know the category you applied for (Payroll Support, Artisan/Transport Support, General Grant ) What will you do with the fund? Please be careful of your response, keep it short and say: I want to expand my business I want to do business with it I will use the fund to buy material for my business The site survivalfund.ng is already opened for Nigerians who have MSMEs Nigerians who are Transport workers, artisans, plumbers, electricians, private school teachers, and all other kinds of categories that Nigerians can benefit from. Facts about the National Survival Fund The scheme is estimated to save not less than 1.3million jobs across the country Over 35,000 individuals per state 100,000 Businesses/Persons will get N50,000 each-Free Grant 333,000 artisans and transport business operators will get N30, 000 each-Free Grant 100,000 MSMEs to protect jobs and livelihood 500,000 vulnerable MSMEs will get N30,000 to N50,000 per employee over 3 months 250,000 new businesses to get free CAC Business Name registration What are you waiting for? Click here to start registration now MSME SURVIVAL FUND “The MSME Survival Fund is a conditional grant to support vulnerable micro and small enterprises in meeting their payroll obligations and safeguard Jobs in the MSMEs sector. The scheme is estimated to save not less than a 1.3million jobs across the country and specifically impact on over 35,000 individuals per state” Duration: The scheme will be implemented over an initial period of three months in order to provide immediate relief from the economic impact of the pandemic. Target Beneficiaries: The scheme targets two categories of beneficiaries namely; Employees of MSMEs Self-employed individuals, both schemes have made provision for a 45% female business participation and special needs participation of 5%. Features General Grant: Support the survival of 100,000 businesses most affected by the COVID-19 pandemic with N50,000 each Artisan/Transport Support: provide 333,000 artisans and transport business operators with a N30, 000 operations grant to reduce the effects of income loss Guaranteed Off take Scheme: Bulk purchase of products from 100,000 MSMEs to protect jobs and livelihood Payroll Support: Support 500,000 vulnerable MSMEs in meeting payroll obligations of between N30,000 to N50,000 per employee over 3 months Formalization Support: provide free CAC Business Name registration for 250,000 new businesses Requirements Must have a staff strength of no less than 3 persons Must be owned by a Nigeria Employees’ company must be registered in Nigeria under the Corporate Affairs Commission, CAC Must have BVN by company CEO Self-employed Individuals in the following categories Artisans, Electricians Plumbers Service providers in the transportation sector-Bus drivers, Taxi drivers, Ride share drivers. (Uber, Bolt Taxi etc) and Mechanics Beneficiaries: Micro and Small businesses registered in Nigeria. Click here to start registration www.survivalfund.ng
  3. The steering committee for the implementation of the survival fund, a program designed under the Economic Sustainability Plan (ESP) to support MSMEs not to lay-off during the pandemic, has disclosed that disbursements may soon be over since the last batch of beneficiaries for all the categories may be paid soon. The committee headed by the Minister of state for Industry, Trade and Investment Dr. Mrs. Miriam Katagum explained that the program has achieved a milestone for the purpose it was designed. She said, payments may soon be over since the last batch of beneficiaries may receive their payments this month.
  4. President Buhari said that the expansion of the N-Power programme would ensure job creation and poverty alleviation. The federal government says it will expand the N-Power programme from the present 500,000 beneficiaries to one million. President Muhammadu Buhari said this in a message to commemorate the 2021 Workers’ Day celebration on Saturday in Abuja. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the 2021 Workers’ Day theme is ”COVID-19, Social and Economic Crises: Challenges for Decent Work, Social Protection and Peoples Welfare”. Mr Buhari said that the expansion of the N-Power programme would ensure job creation and poverty alleviation through programmes such as Safety Net Programmes to cushion the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. ”We also have put in place some socio-economic policies, which also include Conditional Cash Transfer for the vulnerable poor from 2.6 million households (13 million persons) to 7.6 million households (about 32 million persons). ”COVID-19 Rapid Response Register (RRR) for urban Poor, which now has 4.8 million households (20 million persons) which also include urban poor/working class. ”Also, through the Federal Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment, there is the Entrepreneur Support Programme and, this even includes the vulnerable workers amongst the urban poor. ”We also have the Artisan Support Fund, Payroll Support Fund for small scale businesses, Business Formalisation aimed at encouraging micro, small and medium enterprises by offering free registration for upcoming businesses by the Corporate Affairs Commission. ”There is also Guaranteed Off-take Stimulus Scheme for Small Medium Enterprises for producers of hygienic products and packaged food to encourage entrepreneurship and industries, “he said. He, however, added that the National Youth Investment Fund (NYIF) for young entrepreneurs had N75 billion for three years, all aimed at support for the labour force. He also noted that in securing decent jobs, the government was inadvertently promoting social protection and people’s welfare. ”We also know that social protection gives you peace of mind and hope for a better future. “It also ensures access to health care and income security for all and provides for you and your family when sick, unemployed, injured, pregnant or too old to work,” he said. He noted that a happy workforce could be created by employers incorporating the decent work agenda in job creation and retention in their workplace guiding policies. ”As we all know, decent work sums up the aspirations of people in their working lives. ”It involves opportunities for work that is productive and delivers a fair income, security in the workplace and social protection for families, better prospects for personal development and social integration. ”It also ensures freedom for people to express their concerns, organise and participate in the decisions that affect their lives and equality of opportunity and treatment for all women and men,” he said. He noted that decent jobs in our workplaces in a nutshell, therefore, reflect all the goodness in labour administration. Buhari, therefore, said fair labour practices must be the norm in the world of work. ”So, the theme for the May Day celebration is relevant and also reflects practical and contemporary issues of our society and not just in Nigeria but globally,” he said.
  5. Survival Fund Payroll – 200k More Beneficiaries Benefiting About 200,000 more Beneficiaries now getting FG cash under ESP payroll support, MSME grant schemes In the new batch, 146,065 beneficiaries to receive 3 months Payroll support, 46,117 beneficiaries to receive one-time N50,000, MSME Grant The Buhari administration’s Economic Sustainability Plan (ESP) continues to impact the lives of Nigerians and small businesses nationwide as beneficiaries of the MSMEs Survival Fund’s Payroll support track and the one-off General MSME Grant have started receiving payments today. You May also want to read What To Know About NPRGS And NIGFund Approved By FEC It would be recalled that the commencement of payment to beneficiaries of the Payroll Support track and the one-time General MSME Grant was announced on Sunday. This follows the approval of the Steering Committee of the MSME’s Survival Fund for the payment to successful beneficiaries of the Payroll Support and General MSME Grant tracks. Specifically for this round, over N13Billion has been made available for the Payroll Support track, and over N2Billion for the General MSME Grant respectively. For the Payroll Support track, where beneficiaries are supported with an N30,000 or N50,000 grant per month for a period of three months, 146,065 successful beneficiaries from 28 States have started receiving payment of the sum of N30,000 each. Each beneficiary under this batch of payments will receive the payment of N90,000 as three-month salary support directly from the Federal Government. You May also want to check out Apply for FMARD Agriculture Officer Job Recruitment 2021 The states include Abia, Adamawa, Anambra, Bayelsa, Borno, Cross River, Delta, Ebonyi, Edo, Ekiti, Enugu, Gombe, Imo, and Jigawa. Others are Kebbi, Kogi, Kwara, Lagos, Nasarawa, Niger, Ogun, Ondo, Osun, Oyo, Sokoto, Taraba, Yobe, and Zamfara. This brings a total of 465,820 beneficiaries so far under the Payroll support scheme nationwide. Similarly, under the General MSME Grants track, 46,117 successful beneficiaries in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) and 36 States have started receiving payment for the one-off grant of N50,000 each. This total makes up 50 percent of the required disbursement per State. Another batch that completes the target is forthcoming. The total number of beneficiaries in this track is 100,000 spread across the States. The one-off grant of N50,000 will be given to each qualified MSME as a direct cash injection into their enterprise. You may want to also read Every Conflict Is A Result Of Elite Failure To Speak Up – VP The MSME Survival Fund, a component under the ESP 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 over 35,000 individuals per state. The ESP was approved by President Muhammadu Buhari on June 24, 2020, as an N2.3 trillion stimulus plan to mitigate the socio-economic effects of the COVID-1 9 pandemic on Nigerians. The Plan was developed by the Economic Sustainability Committee chaired by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, SAN, who the President also asked to lead its implementation. Laolu Akande Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media & Publicity Office of the Vice President
  6. MSME Survival Fund Beneficiaries of the Payroll Support Scheme in Kaduna state share their stories and the impact of the grant on their businesses as activation of the Payroll Support continued in Abia, Abuja, Kaduna. Beneficiaries of the scheme are using the hashtag #IGotSurvivalFund with a picture of them to tell their story on twitter. If you are a beneficiary of the scheme, you can equally join to tell your story using the hashtag above. See Link To Apply For Survivalfund Guaranteed Offtake Scheme Under the Payroll Support Scheme initiative, employees of approved enterprises were paid between N30,000 to N50,000 for a period of three months. The scheme was introduced to ameliorate the adverse impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on small and medium enterprises. The Payroll Support Beneficiaries are grateful to the Federal Government for making their businesses survive the harsh effect of the Covid-19 pandemic. See Link To Apply For Survival fund General MSME Grant Watch the video of Beneficiaries stories below:
  7. 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. Read also Link To Apply For Survivalfund Guaranteed Offtake Grant All potential beneficiaries must meet the following criteria: 1. Must be a Nigerian national 2. Must be registered with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) with at least a Business Name certificate 2. All applicants must have a verifiable BVN and Bank account number. Closing date: 18th February 2021 How To Apply: Interested and qualified Applicants should: Click here to apply Note: Registration for this category will commence 9th February and closes 18th February 2021. And for this scheme is absolutely free.
  8. The Guaranteed Offtake Stimulus Scheme is aimed at protecting and sustaining the incomes of vulnerable Micro and Small Enterprises by guaranteeing the offtake of their products. A total of 100,000 Micro and Small Enterprises are to benefit from the scheme. The total target national number of beneficiaries is 100,000 (Lagos 3,880, Kano 3,280, Abia 3,080 while other States will each have 2,640 beneficiaries). Read also Link To Apply For Survival fund General MSME Grant The Requirements and Qualifications for this Scheme are as follows: Applicant must ‘be registered with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) with at least a business: name. Applicant must be ready to produce under NAFDAC and SON specifications Applicant must have a verifiable BVN and Ban account number Applicant must have at least 2 staff members. Closing date: 18th February 2021 How To Apply: Interested and qualified Applicants should: Click here to apply Note: Registration for this category will commence 9th February and closes 18th February 2021. And for this scheme is absolutely free.
  9. Fund and Guaranteed Off take Stimulus Scheme chaired by the Honorable Minister of State (Federal Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment), Ambassador Mariam Y. Katagum, wishes to announce the commencement of the Guaranteed Off take Stimulus Scheme and the MSME Grant portal opening from the 9th February, 2021. The Guaranteed Offtake Stimulus Scheme is aimed at protecting and sustaining the incomes of vulnerable Micro and Small Enterprises by guaranteeing the offtake of their products. A total of 100,000 Micro and Small Enterprises are to benefit from the scheme. The total target national number of beneficiaries is 100,000 (Lagos 3,880, Kano 3,280, Abia 3,080 while other States will each have 2,640 beneficiaries). Read also FG Gives Update On NYIF Loan Disbursement The Requirements and Qualifications for this Scheme are as follows: Applicant must ‘be registered with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) with at least a business: name. Applicant must be ready to produce under NAFDAC and SON specifications Applicant must have a verifiable BVN and Ban account number Applicant must have at least 2 staff members. The list of products captured in the Guaranteed Off-take Stimulus Scheme track is as seen in image below: 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. All potential beneficiaries must meet the following criteria: 1. Must be a Nigerian national 2. Must be registered with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) with at least a Business Name certificate 2. All applicants must have a verifiable BVN and Bank account number. For further details, please visit: https://www.survivalfund.gov.ng Kindly note that registration for this scheme is ABSOLUTELY FREE. Beware of fraudsters. © copyright 2020 All rights reserved Npower Discussion Group
  10. Remember a few days ago, FG announced the reopening of its Survival-fund MSME payroll support portal for States that have not met their quota apply for the scheme, here is the Link And Steps For the Payroll Support Scheme Registration. Note that the closing date for the portal reopening is fixed for 2nd February 2021 according to the Minister of State, Federal Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment. Read details FG To Reopened Survivalfund Portal For States Yet To Meet Their Quota. The portal has seen been opened on the 27th of January and will close on 2nd February 2021. If you fall under the eligible States, hurry now and apply before the portal closed today. The MSME Payroll Support Scheme is a survival fund that will make payroll support available to save jobs and sustain local production. Application Requirements: Step 1: Personal registration To register, you must be the Founder/ Proprietor/ Administrator of the MSME. Register your personal details to start the payroll support application. Instructions at the top of the form will guide you on the required fields that need to be filled to complete the initial registration. Step 2: Activate your account You will receive an activation code on the mobile number and email address you registered with. You will need this code to Activate your account. Please ensure you have access to the phone number or email address you will register with in order to complete your initial registration. Step 3: Organisation registration After you have successfully activated your account, you will need to login and register your Organisation. To complete this stage, you will need your CAC Number, SMEDAN Number, Tax ID (optional), and the organization's bank account details. Step 4: Completing the payroll support application You will receive an email with the list of requirements needed to complete the application. These include the beneficiary employees' details (not more than 10 employees), proof of previous salary payments to the beneficiary, and all other supporting documents. Link to apply: Interested Persons from the 30 States yet to meet their Quota can apply except the states mentioned below. visit https://survivalfund.gov.ng/auth/payroll-support to apply. Note: Persons from these 6 states Benue, Plateau, Bauchi, Kano, Kaduna and Rivers and the FCT.are not eligible to apply because the states have reached the maximum quota for the payroll Support Scheme and are advised to wait and apply for other Categories yet to commence. Read FG MSME Survival Fund Categories That Are Yet To Begin
  11. Total Number of CAC certificates generated per state. As part of the Federal Government's post-Covid-19 pandemic survival intervention to support micro-enterprises to formalize their businesses, 100,000 CAC certificates have been awarded across Nigeria. The video below shows the breakdown of number per state. State wise survival fund CAC certificate given. Breakdown of total number of free CAC certificate generated by state's. Abia. 612. Adamawa 5135. Akwa ibom2858. Anambra 1853. Bauchi 1680. Bayelsa3421. BENUE 1011. Borno 5728. Cross river 3878. Delta 258. Ebonyi 592. Edo 802. Ekiti 785. Enungu 1314. Fct Abuja 1326. Gigawa 5221. Kaduna 2801. Kano 6814. Katsina 4326. Kebbi 1915. Kogi 2506. Kwara 286. Lagos 975.
  12. Survival Fund Nigeria has released the figure of the payroll support Scheme beneficiaries in the North West States. The illustration below shows the figures State by State: 1) Kono State a. Total Employees so far: 17000 b. State status: Closed c. Male: 68% d. Female: 32% 2) Kaduna State a. Total Employees so far: 13000 b. State status: Closed c. Male: 59% d. Female: 41% 3) Katsina State a. Total Employees so far: 13000 b. State status: Closed c. Male: 71% d. Female: 29% 4) Zamfara State a. Total Employees so far: 13000 b. State status: Closed c. Male: 65% d. Female: 35% 5) Sokoto State a. Total Employees so far: 7084 b. State status: Open c. Male: 70% d. Female: 30% 6) Jigawa State a. Total Employees so far: 8190 b. State status: Open c. Male: 72% d. Female: 28% 7) Kebbi State a. Total Employees so far: 4459 b. State status: Open c. Male: 68% d. Female: 32% The above illustration shows that the Survival-Fund payroll Support Scheme is closed in 4 States and still open in 3 states in the North West. For States that are still open, you can check How To Contact Survival Fund State Focal Persons For Artisan/Transport Registration to make an inquiry from your state survivalfund focal person to see if you can benefit from the scheme. Checkout the North West, state by state breakdown in the video below:
  13. Survival Fund Nigeria has released the figure of the payroll support Scheme beneficiaries in the North East States. The illustration below shows the figures State by State: 1) Bauchi State a. Total Employees so far: 13000 b. State status: Closed c. Male: 65% d. Female: 35% 2) Taraba State a. Total Employees so far: 8425 b. State status: Open c. Male: 64% d. Female: 36% 3) Gombe State a. Total Employees so far: 9783 b. State status: Open c. Male: 62% d. Female: 38% 4) Adamawa State a. Total Employees so far: 6506 b. State status: Open c. Male: 62% d. Female: 38% 5) Borno State a. Total Employees so far: 5643 b. State status: Open c. Male: 72% d. Female: 28% 6) Yobe State a. Total Employees so far: 5973 b. State status: Open c. Male: 70% d. Female: 30% The above illustration shows that the Survival-Fund payroll Support Scheme is closed in 1 States and still open in 5 states in the North East. For States that are still open, you can check How To Contact Survival Fund State Focal Persons For Artisan/Transport Registration to make an inquiry from your state survivalfund focal person to see if you can benefit from the scheme. The North East, state by state breakdown included in the video below:
  14. Survival Fund Nigeria has released the figure of the payroll support Scheme beneficiaries in the North Central States. The illustration below shows the figures State by State: 1) Abuja a. Total Employees so far: 13014 b. State status: Closed c. Male: 51% d. Female: 49% 2) Venue State a. Total Employees so far: 13014 b. State status: Closed c. Male: 59% d. Female: 41% 3) Plateau State a. Total Employees so far: 13003 b. State status: Closed c. Male: 55% d. Female: 45% 4) Nasarawa State a. Total Employees so far: 12564 b. State status: Open c. Male: 55% d. Female: 45% 5) Niger State a. Total Employees so far: 12095 b. State status: Open c. Male: 58% d. Female: 42% 6) Kogi State a. Total Employees so far: 4966 b. State status: Open c. Male: 52% d. Female: 48% 7) Kwara State a. Total Employees so far: 5013 b. State status: Open c. Male: 51% d. Female: 49% The above illustration shows that the Survival-Fund payroll Support Scheme is closed in 3 States and still open in 4 states in the North Central. For States that are still open, you can check How To Contact Survival Fund State Focal Persons For Artisan/Transport Registration to make an inquiry from your state survivalfund focal person to see if you can benefit from the scheme. The North Central, state by state breakdown included in the video below:
  15. Registration for the MSME Grant Category of the Survival-Fund Scheme is about to start. Interested Applicants are to view the Survival-Fund registration portal to indicate interest by registering. The Credit Support to MSMEs and Priority Sector will provide affordable finance to key sectors impacted by the pandemic and enable an increase in manufacturing capacity in priority sectors. How to apply: Interested Applicants should: Click here to apply According to Survival-fund team, Adequate arrangements are being made to ensure that no single potential beneficiary of the MSME Survival Fund is denied the opportunity to access the Grant. NOTE: registration for any of the schemes under the Programme is absolutely FREE.
  16. We noticed that some of you are interested in applying for the FG Survival fund support grant but lack detailed information on how to begin. So we decided to put up this information to give more insight regarding the scheme. Currently, there are two Survival fund Categories that are yet to commence. The MSME grant and guaranteed take-off are yet to begin and details can be found on the Survival Fund Application portal Federal Government Survival Fund Program includes Payroll Support, Guaranteed Offtake, MSME Grant, and Formalization Support. This program is part of the Economic Sustainability Plan, which aims to support and protect the businesses from the potential vulnerabilities brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. However, registration for the Payroll Support which commenced on Monday, 21st September, for different categories of MSMEs education, hospitality, and other sectors (general), ended on the 15th of October. Payment for Survival-fund payroll and artisan's Beneficiaries have commenced and it is still ongoing Check the Registration for the Formalization Support free CAC business name Registration is still ongoing. So for those of you who missed the payroll support Registration or are not eligible for that category, you can apply for the MSME grant when the Registration commences at https://survivalfund.gov.ng portal.
  17. According to a tweet shared by President Muhammadu Buhari, 101,567 Payroll Survival fund Beneficiaries Received their First Payment Today the 18th of November 2020. It would be recalled that registration for the Payroll Support had commenced on Monday, 21st September, for different categories of MSMEs education, hospitality and other sectors (general); and ended on the 15th of October. President wrote: I am pleased to announce that 101,567 beneficiaries drawn from 16,253 businesses today received their first monthly payment from our Payroll Support Program. The program is a @SurvivalFund_ng Covid-relief initiative to support qualifying MSMEs with staff salaries for 3 months. So if you applied for the payroll survival fund category and have not started receiving your payment, stay calm as payment is ongoing. It would be recalled that registration for the Payroll Support had commenced on Monday, 21st September, for different categories of MSMEs education, hospitality and other sectors (general); and ended on the 15th of October.
  18. For those who can not meet the State aggregator physically to collect the form, use the process below to fill and submit the form. Note that your state aggregators are responsible for Filling the form for you at their own end. The Survival-Fund CAC Business Name online application form can be filled offline or online, it all depends on which method you choose to use. How can this be done? First, you have to download the CAC business name Application form and choose the method you want to use to fill the form. How to fill the form: Method 1: Filling the form online: If you are using a smartphone, use a PDF reader to open and fill your form. With a PDF reader, you can do the following: 1) sign your form 2) Fill the form online 3) Scan the form 4) Share a link to your completed form Method 2: Filling the form offline: Visit the form link and print the form, fill the form as required, and don't forget to sign and attach a recent passport photograph to your form. How to submit your form: Both methods can be submitted in the same way. You are required to attach any of the following scan id cards to your scanned CAC Application form and email it to your state aggregator. You can find the email address of your State Aggregator by Clicking Here to view all the 36 States including FCT aggregators' email addresses. Data Page of International Passport Driver’s Licence National ID Card Voter’s Card Watch the video below to see how to email your for:
  19. Artisans across the country have started receiving their N30,000(Thirty thousand naira) grant to help cushion the effect of the Covid-19 pandemic on their businesses. Lagos state, Abuja and some states beneficiaries of the Artisan Support Scheme receive their certificates and are grateful to the Federal Government for the N30,000 grant. The one-time grant is meant to support MSMESs across the country, to keep their businesses afloat through these very challenging times. As part of the requirements, some of the artisans who have been selected for the programme in Lagos undergo training and received certificates as an attestation to their participation in the life-changing training. The Artisan Support Scheme, a one-off grant to artisans, is a category of the MSME Survival Fund programme. There are other categories of the support schemes which include the following: Payroll Support Scheme: payroll support for small businesses. This category is already closed Formalization Support Scheme free business name registration. This category is ongoing, Click here to view how to benefit. MSMEs grant is yet to commence Guaranteed Offtake Scheme support for local producers of priority products. This category is yet to begin, interested Applicants will be notify when the application begin through survivalfund pages. Watch the video below:
  20. Please find below the email addresses of the Aggregators for the Federal Government of Nigeria Free Business Names Registration for MSMEs and prospective entrepreneurs. Click on the image below to expand the size so you can see the aggregators email address clearly.
  21. The general public is further reminded that the ongoing cac nigeria Business Name Formalisation Scheme for 250,000 new businesses, and all other schemes under the MSME Survival Fund, are ABSOLUTELY FREE. According to Corporate Affairs Commission, the application form for the Federal Government's Free Business Name Registration is now available on CAC website Click Here To Download The Form After you download the form, kindly fill and scan the duly completed form and send it together with any of the following means of Identification below to the email address of your State Aggregator.Click Here to view screen shot of aggregators names. Data Page of International Passport Driver’s Licence National ID Card Voter’s Card Aggregators have been appointed and their names listed on the CAC Website to receive applications from interested persons for onward transmission to CAC for registration. Note: All interested Micro and Small Entrepreneurs, Artisans, Craftsmen/Women (one or more persons) that are yet to formalise their businesses should take advantage of this rare opportunity.
  22. It is no longer news that the Federal Government has commenced the disbursement of the Survival-Fund to Successful payroll support Applicants. So we decided to create this post to share more light on how Applicants can login to their survivalfund Application dashboard to check their Status. How to login and Check Your Application Status On Survivalfund Portal: Visit: https://www.survivalfundapplication.com and click login Use the phone number you used to register and password to sign in Note: When you Successfully login to your dashboard, you will either see verified or captured on you Status. Verified means that your application has been processed and you are ok to get paid. Do not panic if your status as the Employer is verified and your employee status shows captured, it will eventually turn to verified. What "Captured" means in the verification process is that your details have been registered and is undergoing verification.
  23. For some of the Survival-Fund Applicants who has been asking questions regarding their application status, we have composed this post to help you understand what it means to have Captured on your application status. If you see "Captured" on your dashboard, kindly exercise patience, the verification process is ongoing. What "Captured" mean in the verification process is that your details have been registered and is undergoing verification.
  24. Many funding programmes have been established. Survival fund was recently out on the 21 of September. Youth Investment find was recently approved too. So, we decided to create this post to share more light on funds. The National Youth Investment Fund (NYIF) and the MSME Survival Fund Scheme are funding programme established by President Buhari Administration. And as such, Mr President have advised Nigeria youths and Business owners to take advantage of this opportunities. The NYIF is a loan for Nigeria youth age 18 to 35 while the Survival fund is grant to MSME. The 75 billion Naira Nigerian Youth Investment Fund (NYIF) is to serve as a sort of Youth Bank that will fund and support innovative ideas. skills. talents and enterprise of the Nigerian Youth; a loan and credit pathway dedicated to enabling access to credit and soft loans. This is the very first of its kind by any Nigerian government. The MSME Survival Fund scheme is a conditional grant to support vulnerable micro and small enterprises in meeting their payroll obligations and safeguard Jobs in the MSMEs sector. The scheme is estimated to save not less than 103 million jobs across the country and specifically impact on over 35.000 individuals oer state. The Survival Fund schemes are at the core of the N23 trillion stimulus package (also known as the Nigerian Economic Sustainability Plan, NESP) being implemented by the Buhari administration to help cushion the impact of the COVID19 pandemic with a view to boosting the economy by saving existing Jobs and creating new job opportunities. Registration is currently ongoing for the Survival Fund. To Know about the Survival fund and how to apply CLICK HERE
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