4Ps and Human Rights Series Part 2: 4Ps’ Impact on Children’s Rights and Women’s Rights
by Isaac Linco
ABOUT THIS SERIES: It has been over 11 years since the inception of the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps). This three-part series examines the ways it has or has not addressed the progressive realization of human rights of poor Filipinos, specifically their economic, social and cultural rights.
Part 2 summarizes the results of studies on the impact on children’s rights and women’s rights of the 4Ps program.
Part 2: 4Ps’ Impact on Children’s Rights and Women’s Rights
Given that the conditionalities of 4Ps center on education and health of children and pregnant women, the most studied aspects focus on the program’s impacts in these areas. Below is a summary of studies on the emerging impacts addressed by this program for these rights.
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