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PAMANTASAN NG LUNGSOD NG VALENZUELA

Poblacion II, Malinta, Valenzuela City

PROGRAMS FOR WOMEN AND CHILDRENS AS VICTIMS OF VIOLENCE IN


VALENZUELA CITY UNDER REPUBLIC ACT 9262

A Thesis
Presented to the Faculty of the
College of Public Administration
Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Valenzuela

In Partial Fulfillment
Of the Requirements for the Degree
Bachelor of Science in Public Administration

JOHANNA E. ALAPAD
JAEL IONA D. CORPUZ
CAMILLE B. DELINO
GIRSON S. INUBACAN
SANDRA ROCHELLE L. RAMOS
ANDREA G. TOH
March 2017
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Poblacion II, Malinta, Valenzuela City

APPROVAL SHEET

This thesis entitled “Programs for Women and Childrens as Victims of


Violence in Valenzuela City Under Republic Act 9262” prepared and
submitted by Johanna E. Alapad, Jael Iona D. Corpuz, Camille B. Delino,
Girson S. Inubacan, Sandra Rochelle L. Ramos, Andrea G.Toh in partial
fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor in Science in Public
Administration has been examined and recommended for acceptance and
approval for oral defense.

DR. JAMESON H. TAN


Adviser

THESIS REVIEW PANEL


Approved by the Committee on Oral Examination.

MR. MICHVILLE A. RIVERA, MPA MS. HELEN N. BAGUNA, MPA


Member Member

MR. JOHN A. CABADDU, MPA


Chairman

Accepted and approved in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the


degree of Bachelor of Science in Public Administration.

DR. LEONITA C. TRAMPE


Dean, College of Accountancy, Business Administration and Public
Administration

Date of Defense: March 18, 2017


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Abstract

The research was purposely conducted with its main focus of determining

evaluating the quality of services provided to some of the victims of violence and

abuse among the women and children and the its implications to the status of

welfare and justice in the City of Valenzuela. Based on the Section 40 of

Republic Act number 9262, the programs and services within its provisions were

solely assessed according to the satisfaction level of each of the respondents.

The variables measured and analyzed in this study include the socio-

demographic profiles of the respondents as it is essential to learn the social and

economic status of each of them and the programs and services subject to the

R.A. 9262 the is being implemented by City Government of Valenzuela. The

study follows a descriptive method design that shows the factuality, explanation

and interpretation of the variables based on the data gathered through the

research course by using survey questionnaire type research instruments. The

research locality of the study were the selected barangays in Valenzuela City

based base on where the most of the respondents resides as all of their names

and personal information were selected and gathered from the records of City

Social Welfare and Development Office of the City Government as well as the

Philippine National Police-Valenzuela Headquarters. All of the respondents that

were selected in this study were able to evaluate and give their preferences to

programs they received for the time they were the victim of violence that was

ranged from physically, emotionally, mentally and economic abuses. All of the
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information needed in this study were given by the respondents and was

carefully analyzed based on proper method that was used and formulated

findings that was interpreted to fit with exact result of the conducted assessment

on the programs and services provided to the victims. Conclusions based on the

findings were formulated which determined the satisfaction of the respondents

were marginally showed unsatisfied result but with the accepted contentment on

the services they had received and therefore wants some improvement in every

aspect of the delivery of services in each of the responsible categories and areas

of concern with the accordance to the need of a woman who is violence and

abuse victim. Proposed policy and programs are recommended but still subject

for further analysis and improvement but a chance of being treated as particular

solutions to the problems of the victims mentioned in this study is in high

expectations with the objective of giving an effective comprehensive, efficient,

fast and widespread quality of government service and programs to the VAWC

victims.
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Poblacion II, Malinta, Valenzuela City

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
Title Page i
Approval Sheet ii
Abstract iii
Table of Contents v
List of Tables vii
List of Figure viii
Chapter
1 THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND
Introduction 1
Conceptual Framework 4
Statement of the Problem 7
Significance of the Study 8
Scope and Limitations 10
Definition of Terms 10
2 REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE AND STUDIES
Local Literature 12
Foreign Literature 17
Local Studies 21
Foreign Studies 23
Synthesis 25
3 METHODOLOGY
Research Design 27
Research Locale 27
Samples and Sampling Techniques Used 28
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Instrumentation 29
Data Gathering Procedure 31
Statistical Treatment of Data 32

4 PRESENTATION, ANALYSIS AND


INTERPRETATION OF DATA
Profile of the respondents 34
Satisfaction of the Respondents
of the Mandatory Programs and Services 38
Policy Recommendation 43
5 SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS
Summary 48
Findings 50
Conclusions 52
Recommendations 53
Bibliography 55
Appendix
A Survey Questionnaire 58
B Letter of Permission 62
C Letter for Grammarian 63
D Data Tabulations 64
Curriculum Vitae 67
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LIST OF TABLE

Table Page

1. Presented Frequency and Percentage of the Age of

Women and Children as Victims of Violence 35

2. Presented Frequency and Percentage of the Civil Status of

Women and Children as Victims of Violence 36

3. Presented Frequency and Percentage of the Violence Encountered of

Women and Children as Victims of Violence 37

4. Presented frequency and percentage of the Educational Attainment of

Women and Children as Victims of Violence 38

5. Presented Weighted Mean and Verbal Interpretation of Satisfaction of

Respondents on Temporary Shelter Program 39

6. Presented Weighted Mean and Verbal Interpretation of Satisfaction of

Respondents on Psychological Service Program 40

7. Presented Weighted Mean and Verbal Interpretation of Satisfaction of

Respondents on Rehabilitation and Recovery Program 41

8. Presented Weighted Mean and Verbal Interpretation of Satisfaction of

Respondents on Livelihood Assistance Program 42


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Table Page

9. Presented Weighted Mean and Verbal Interpretation of Satisfaction of

Respondents on Medical Assistance Program 43

10. Policy Recommendation for Awareness Campaign 45

11. Policy Recommendation for Temporary Shelter Programs 46

12. Policy Recommendation for Medical Assistance Programs 47

13. Policy Recommendation for Livelihood Programs 48

LIST OF FIGURE

Figure Page

1. Paradigm of the Study 6