Essay on Survey 4ps
OF TONDO MANILA
A Thesis Proposal Presented to the
In Partial Fulfillment
Of the Requirement for the Degree
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ECONOMICS
Vincent Earl S. Palec
Lorenzo C. Templo
CHAPTER I. INTRODUCTION
Poverty is a condition where people are deprived by their basic needs, it is a widespread problem experienced in every country whether developed or developing. It is a never ending cycle, it cannot be eliminated but rather a country can …show more content…
According to (Reyes &Tabuga, 2012) they cited the Department of Social Welfare and Development briefer that the Philippines’ version of the CCT, the 4Ps, is patterned after the basic CCT structure, with its objective to provide social assistance by providing cash grants and health care services and social development by investing and improving the human capital in the long run. It helps to fulfill the country’s commitment meet its goals, namely: (a) eradicate extreme poverty and hunger, (b) achieve universal primary education, (c) promote gender equality, (d) reduce child mortality, and (e) Improve maternal health.
The researchers wants to evaluate the performance of the PantawidPamilyang Pilipino Program and validate whether the issues concerning it is true, issues such as corruption, improper allocation of cash grants, whether it is given to them directly or not, if it is doing well, if the beneficiaries are really being helped by the program to be alleviated from poverty or just being thought how to be dependent to the government and the notion that the said program has become a dole-out for the poor.
Background of the Study The Philippines, once considered as the