In collaboration with the Philippines Overseas Employment Administration (POEA), Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA), Innovations for Poverty Action and the International Labour Organization (ILO), Yale University is conducting the study “The Impact of Migration on Educational Outcomes of Left-Behind Childer: Evidence from the Philippines”.
The research focuses on the relationship between the presence or absence of migrant parents and the academic performance of children, and seeks to relate the influence of migration-related practices or policies on the decision of parents to migrate. Results of this study will help inform relevant government agencies in reviewing programmes and services for OFWs and their families, especially children, as well as in drawing policy recommendations on recruitment and reintegration of OFWs.
The study entails survey with OFWs and their households. Participation is voluntary and any information provided will be kept confidential and used for research purposes only.
Help us understand how migration affects the academic performance of children of migrants, including families in general.
For more information about the research, please visit the Migration Impact Study Facebook page.
** This research is being conducted through the Bridging Recruitment to Reintegration in Migration Governance (BRIDGE), a Joint Programme being implemented by the International Organization for Migration (IOM), International Labour Organization (ILO) and UN Women, funded by the Migration Multi-Partner Trust Fund.