- improving women’s access to government social protection programs;
- increasing women’s access to jobs and removing workplace discrimination;
- improving conditions for women’s overseas labor migration;
- strengthening women’s leadership for better maternal and reproductive health; and
- strengthening women’s leadership to reduce violence against women.
This study aims to:
- evaluate the socioeconomic conditions of poor women and their households
- assess the changes of poor women’s access to basic services following the 2017 midline study
The study will address the following research questions:
- What are the major changes that have occurred in poor households’ access to key government services throughout the midline to endline studies (2017–2019)?
- What are the factors that have contributed to these changes and how did they transpire?
This study will use a mixed-method approach with the quantitative method leading the analysis. The qualitative method is used to identify factors that could explain the observed changes experienced by the poor women, both from the demand and the supply sides. The study will explore the dynamics of collective actions performed by the poor women, how MAMPU’s partners play their role, and how such role would affect the women’s access to public services.
The endline study will retain the same respondents surveyed in the baseline and midline study. Data from the midline study will be used to analyze changes that occured at the village level.