Date of Completion


Document Type

Research Project

Degree Name

Grade 12


parental perception and attitude, COVID-19 vaccination, educational attainment, monthly income


This research accentuates the perception and attitude of mothers with regards to the vaccination of children aged 0-4 years, particularly living in Silang, Cavite. The study aims to determine parental perception and attitude with regards to the COVID-19 vaccine and whether the educational attainment and sociodemographic profile affects their perception and attitude. A 20-item questionnaire was utilized and presented through google forms. The start of the survey contains the demographic profile of the respondents. The questionnaire itself is divided into 2 parts: perception and attitude, each containing 10 questions. The data collected is presented through an excel sheet. Through inferential statistics and one-way ANOVA, the perception and attitude of the mothers and the effect of their demographic profile was determined.

The perception shows a 0.774 SD which is considered a high in the data along with the attitude which shows a 0.324 SD. The difference in the perception of mothers in terms of their educational attainment and monthly income are not significant at 0.5 level. However, the attitude of mothers with regards to their monthly income is significant at 0.5 level. Furthermore, the study revealed that the mothers were certainly agreeing with the COVID-19 vaccination for their children. This will support the pediatricians and healthcare workers in effectively executing the necessary vaccinations for the children. Therefore, the acceptance and willingness of mothers on COVID-19 vaccination for children will minimize and eventually cease the spread of the virus among children and adults.

First Advisor

Carmelette Cawaling-Davila