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May be an image of 2 people and text that says 'Congratulations! JOURNAL PUBLICATION ASST. PROF. ANA LEAH DUNGOG- DPA Political Science Program, College of Social Sciences UP Cebu LECT. ATTY. CYRIL BRYAN D. CUIZON Political Science Program, College of Social Sciences- UP Cebu CONDITIONAL CASH TRANSFER (CCT): 4PsI NTHE PHILIPPINE DECENTRALIZATION Philippines Philippines ABSTRACT Û Published in: Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT): In the Lens of Philippine Decentralization LUZ SABER'


While there had been several initiatives aimed at evaluating the effectiveness and impact of the Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT) program, not one has zeroed in on which political set-up the CCT is best compatible with. This study examined how the decentralized political set-up of the Philippines affects the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) in the achievement of its goal as a development initiative. The study utilized a qualitative descriptive survey utilizing the multiple stakeholder perspective approach as anchored on the Stakeholder Theory. The Number of Pantawid Pamilya Households by Region, Province, Municipality, Set of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Data as of April 20, 2014 was utilized for the determination of the research locale and the research respondents. As revealed, the different phases of the 4Ps as a poverty alleviation program, namely: detailed local knowledge, design and implementation of transfer, and the targeting of poverty-reducing public investment reflect the dynamic roles of both the national government and the LGU in the process

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