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Viability of Village Dressmaking as an Industry Amidst an era of Ready-To-Wear Garments

Journal: International Journal of Advanced engineering, Management and Science (Vol.7, No. 6)

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Page : 62-66

Keywords : dressmaking; employment; income; livelihood projects; viability.;

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This study evaluated the dressmaking livelihood project of the Municipality of Santa Rosa, Nueva Ecija. Using descriptive research design with 15 purposively selected beneficiaries as the respondents, the study revealed that the dressmaking livelihood program was one of the higher platforms to assist the people to have an income and lessened the unemployment rate in the community. However, the livelihood project was not fully effective due to a lack of coordination and improper implementation of the program. Most of the beneficiaries of the dressmaking program were female since in the Philippine culture the stitching was seen as a “woman's traditional job”.

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