Every parent wants the best for their children. They want their children to finish their studies. But unfortunately, there are many poor families cannot provide for the education of their children. Some families can only afford to eat one meal a day and they can’t even send their children to school. Sometimes the parents encourage their children to work and earn for their living, so that they can have something to eat. But we can’t blame them, because sometimes it is better to have something for supper, than to have something to feed your mind.
Every youth deserves to have a decent education for them to be the next leaders not only of their generation but of the country as well. We should also take care of their welfare.…show more content…
101, Zone 8, District I, Vitas St., Tondo, Manila. 1. The Demographic Profile of the respondents are the following: * Age * Gender 2. Sufficiency of the cash grants given to the beneficiaries for the purpose of education. 3. Improvements brought by the 4P’s to the beneficiaries. 4. Expenditures of the families and allocation of the cash assistance given to them. 5. Proper implementation and on-time distribution of cash grants according to the program policy. 6. Other problems that occur with regards to the implementation of this program.
Alternative hypothesis: The cash grant being given to the beneficiaries is useful in terms of sending their children to school to have a formal education.
Null hypothesis: The cash grant being given to the beneficiaries is not useful in terms of sending their children to school to have a formal education.
Significance or Importance of the Study: This research scheme will be beneficial to the following: * Beneficiaries (Parents) - To be able for them to lessen their expenses and also to ensure that their children have the proper education. * Beneficiaries (Children) - age 0-14 years old. For them to be able to go to school through the use of the cash grant and for them to become literate and gained knowledge. * Department of Social Welfare and Development - As the agency that carries out this program, the result of this research will help them to improve the
PANTAWID PAMILYANG PILIPINO PROGRAM (4Ps) Case Study
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A CASE STUDY ON THE DELISTED BENEFICIARIES OF PANTAWID PAMILYANG PILIPINO PROGRAM (4Ps)
A Conditional Cash Transfer Program is a program implemented by the government where money (cash grants) is given to eligible beneficiaries given that these beneficiaries comply with certain conditions such as nutrition, education, family development sessions, and other such services offered by the government. It is a means of helping the beneficiaries through provision of social and medical assistance and increasing the investment in human capital for society by providing education to those who cannot afford it.
Since 2007, the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) of the Philippines is the conditional cash transfer program…show more content…
Definition of terms
For better understanding of the study, some terms are defined:
4Ps - It is the acronym for the program, PANTAWID PAMILYANGPILIPINOPROGRAM. A program of DSWD, is a poverty reduction strategy
CCT (Conditional Cash Transfer) - A program which aims to reduce poverty by making welfare programs conditional upon the receivers' actions.
BENEFICIARIES - As used in the study, recipients of funds or other benefits; citizens who receive government assistance.
DSWD - It is the acronym for the agency, Department of Social Welfare and Development.
SOCIAL ASSISTANCE - Benefits paid to bring incomes up to minimum levels established by law
Scope and Limitation Inasmuch as this study only deals with the delisted of the beneficiaries of the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) in Barangay 67, Anibong Tacloban City, its results may not apply to the same type of phenomenon in other barangays, both within and outside the Tacloban City premise.
A weakness of the research study may be attributed to its character of being subjective since its source of data are from the perceptions of the identified respondents, which may be affected from personal bias and inaccuracies. Despite these limitations, the researchers hope the results of this study will contribute much in understanding the dynamics of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps).
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