Héctor Sambrano from Ifarhu, explained that the payment of the PASE-U is not handled solely by the entity


He indicated that as of March 7, it was possible to start the payment of scholarships without major inconveniences to more than 678 thousand students, disbursing amounts above $92.6 million.

The Institute for the Training and Use of Human Resources of Panama (Ifarhu) reported on Monday that until this Friday, March 18, they will be receiving the documents from the Ministry of Education (Meduca) to prepare the forms of the students who have not received the Pass- OR.

In that same sense, the director of Scholarships of the entity, Héctor Sambrano, explained that there are situations that happen during the payment that are not all handled by Ifarhu. “In the case of the U-Pass students, we depend on the information that Meduca sends us. In the school, the list of students, grades, attendance is generated”, he added.

He stressed that many of the students come to Ifarhu to make claims, but they really have to make them in the schools, since, when they go to the institution, it is impossible to give them an answer.

He commented that there are many students who do not appear on the list because their names were not sent to Ifarhu or there were errors in the information. “These students will not be credited with the benefit,” she specified.

He indicated that as of March 7, it was possible to start the payment of scholarships without major inconveniences to more than 678 thousand students, disbursing amounts above $92.6 million.

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