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Most of the mothers are housewives and the others remaining have full-time jobs, part-time jobs and self-employed. While majority of them were married, a lot were still in a status of live-in and are single.More than half of the mothers did not have previous children before the current one.
Data collection was conducted throughout the facilities‟ and health centers‟ operating hours from Mondays through Sundays in order to include both working and non-working mothers.
Respondents The respondents in this research will all be coming from one single location - Las Piñas City, specifically the randomly selected barangays of Pamplona I, CAA/BF International and Pamplona III.
The results revealed that only 20% of mothers in the study currently exclusively breastfeed their babies.
It also shows that socio-economic factors like mother’s work status, marital status and educational attainment had direct bearing on these practices.
A list of all health care facilities (maternity and lying-in clinics, public and private hospitals, health centers) was acquired from the Las Piñas City Hall.
From 20 barangays, 3 will be picked through random sampling.A letter of consent will also be sent to them along with a sample copy of the questionnaire that will be used, as well as the protocol of the researcher.A letter was also addressed to the City Health Officer to obtain endorsement and consent to conduct a research in selected barangays and distribute questionnaires to the mothers in the vicinity.The description of the type of infant formula given by formula and mixed feeding mothers will also be asked in the material.Conclusion Majority of the mothers formula feed their child and only a minority exclusively breastfeeds their children, especially as per recommendation of the World Health Organization.Majority of the respondents also have an annual gross household income that does not exceed P50,000.Among the several information sources namely, media through televisions/radios and printed/published materials, the social support system comprised of the mother’s family, friends and other relatives and health institutions, the mothers who give their babies infant formula are influenced the most by health care institutions through health professionals and other health care personnel.While majority of the mothers in this study showed a positive attitude towards breastfeeding, most of them decided only to formula feed due to the reasons of insufficient milk supply and work.Based on the results of the study, the educational attainment, work status, marital status, and seminars in the barangay the respondents are part of, about breastfeeding, are the significant factors that affect the infant feeding decision of mothers in Las Piñas City.Majority of the mothers that served as respondents in this study fall under the age range of 17-30 years old.More than half of them were also college graduates while a significant number are undergraduates and have only reached until high school.