CY 2013 Inventory of Student Researches

Mar 20, 2019 | Research and Evaluation Studies

Major findings of this report are as follows:

  1. Approved research studies are constantly increasing from years 2008 to 2012. For year 2012, 96 researches were approved and 14 were completed. Among the 14 completed researches, seven (7) were under the sectors of Older Persons and Children and Youth Sector. Cross-sectoral, PWDs and Women Sectors attributed two (2) completed researches each, while in Community Sector, only one (1) was completed research. The research report of the 82 approved research proposals are still for finalization.
  2. Community Sector has the highest number of research topics approved. Among the community sector, the Pantawid Pamilya Pilipino Program has the highest number of proposed researches. Generally, studies on Pantawid Pamilya deals with the Impact and Effect of the CCT to its beneficiaries and Assessment and Evaluation of the Program Implementation.
  3. On the Children and Youth Sector, most of the researches were focused on Children in Conflict with the Law (CICL). Researcher’s interest focused on the Impact/Challenges of Programs and Services for CICL, Rehabilitation Program for CICL, Perception of the CICL in relation to their Family, Peers and Community and Conformity and Social Support Groups of CICL.
  4. Thus, the lowest number of research topics was from Family and Persons with Disabilities Sectors.
  5. There is a need to continuously advocate, coordinate, strengthen linkages and networks with research partners, (i.e., NGOs, LGUs, Other National Government Agencies and the Academe) to pursue more research topics and further address the current and emerging needs of the sectors with lowest number of pursued topics which is the family and Persons with Disabilities. One possible venue to highlight the need for research is involving the participants from those sectors of the society such as PWDs and support groups. Lastly, the participation of research partners in the Mid-term Assessment of the DSWD 5 -Year Research Agenda shall be encouraged.
  6. To fully utilize this document, it shall be shared to the field offices, research institutions and schools, NGOs and NGAs to address the current and emerging needs and concerns of the poor, vulnerable and disadvantaged sectors of our society.

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2013 Inventory of Student Researchers

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