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Accordingly, the Government approved the policy of stopping the credit program for students with difficult family circumstances to buy computers and equipment for online learning in Decision No. 09/2022/QD -TTg dated April 4, 2022 of the Prime Minister.
The Government assigned the Prime Minister to consider and issue a Decision to abolish all Decision No. 09/2022/QD-TTg dated April 4, 2022 of the Prime Minister on credit for pupils and students with difficult family circumstances to buy computers and equipment for online learning based on Report No. 154/TTr-BTC dated July 19, 2023 of the Ministry of Finance.
The Ministry of Finance said that implementing Resolution No. 11/NQ-CP dated January 30, 2022 of the Government, in the context of the complicated developments of the COVID-19 epidemic, with its rapid and widespread spread, students are Students may have to continue studying online when infected with COVID-19 or in localities with a high number of infections. The Ministry of Finance has chaired and coordinated with the Bank for Social Policies (VBSP) and related ministries and branches. submit to the Prime Minister to promulgate Decision No. 09/2022/QD-TTg dated April 4, 2022 of the Prime Minister on credit for pupils and students with difficult family circumstances to buy computers , equipment for online learning.
According to the Ministry of Finance, the credit program under Decision No. 09/2022/QD-TTg has supported more than 80,000 students who are eligible to continue studying online when infected with COVID-19 during the period. Recently, at the same time supporting pupils and students to learn effectively in a classroom environment that is gradually being technologized and digitized; contributing to the correct implementation of the Party and State’s policy of social justice, caring for all people, and “leaving no one behind”. Thus, the promulgated policy has been deployed and implemented synchronously and achieved some remarkable results.
However, now that the COVID-19 epidemic has been controlled, schools no longer organize online learning.
In addition, in Official Dispatch No. 9368/NHCS-TDSV dated November 16, 2022, VBSP reported that it has coordinated with relevant Departments and branches, District Board of Directors Representatives, and Commune-level Poverty Reduction Boards. , together with socio-political organizations at all levels to review the actual loan needs of the credit program according to Decision No. 09/2022/QD-TTg. As a result, only 14/63 combined provinces and cities still need loans with the amount of 94 billion VND (up to now, VBSP has disbursed all this amount).
Therefore, to suit the current practical context, the issuance of a Decision to repeal Decision No. 09/2022/QD-TTg is necessary./.