International Journal of Research Studies in Management
Tourism Educators and Movers of the Philippines Special Issue
2022 Volume 10 Issue 2
Available Online: 17 March 2022
Felicen, Sevillia S.*
Lyceum of the Philippines University Batangas, Philippines (email@example.com)
Adarlo, Leonila M.
Lyceum of the Philippines University Batangas, Philippines (firstname.lastname@example.org)
This study evaluated the Impact of the Livelihood and Health Program at Workability Skills Training Foundation, Inc. Specifically, it presented the profile of the beneficiaries; assessed the impact of the livelihood project in terms of values gained and economic status; determined the effectiveness of livelihood project; assessed the impact of health program in terms of health promotion, disease prevention and management of illness; tested the significant relationship on the effectiveness and impact of the livelihood project, tested the significant difference on the assessment of impact of health program when grouped according to profile and proposed a recommendation for continuous improvement of the project. The study used descriptive method with 17 administrator and parents/guardian of beneficiaries as respondents of the study. Weighted mean, ranking, Kruskal Wallis and Spearman Rho was the statistical test used. Based on the result, majority of the respondents were male stayed in the Workability Training Skills Foundation, Inc. for 3-4 years. The livelihood project which is rosary making had very much impact in the values and much impact in the economic aspect of the beneficiaries. The administrator and parents of the beneficiaries assessed that the livelihood project such as rosary making is very much effective. The health program provided have great impact to the disease prevention, health promotion and management of illness. It was found out that effectiveness of the livelihood project has nothing to do with the impact it provides to the economic status and values of the respondents.
Keywords: livelihood project, health program, workability foundation
Cite this article:
Felicen, S. S., & Adarlo, L. M. (2022). Impact study on the Livelihood and Health Program at Workability Skills Training Foundation, Inc. International Journal of Research Studies in Management, 10(2), 51-62. https://doi.org/10.5861/ijrsm.2022.21