The health care facilities and institutions in these three barangays will then be the target sources of respondents of the researcher.
The health care facilities and institutions will be contacted to obtain a verbal consent to administer the questionnaire to mothers at their places.
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 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.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.Infant feeding practices refer generally to meet the nutritional and immunological needs of the baby.A study of infant feeding practices was carried out on a sample of 100 mother and infant pairs.The discipline investigates the “why” and “how” of decision making.Besides this, the researcher will also examine the phenomenon through observations in numerical representations and through statistical analysis.Along with questionnaires that will be given out to respondents for the statistical representation of the findings in the study, interviews with the respondents and a few experts in this field will also be conducted.Sampling Method The research sampling method that will be used in this study is random sampling to obtain a more scientific result that could be used to represent the entirety of the population.Employed mothers tend to cease from breastfeeding their babies and eventually stop and just resort to formula feeding as they go back to work.The study also showed that mothers who are married and living with their partners are more likely to breastfeed their infants than single mothers.