ONLINE PAPER PUBLISHING - Volume 5 - Issue 4, April 2022 Edition
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FINTECH WITH AN APPROACH OF BUSINESS ANALYST
Authors: DAMINI DUTTA
Abstracts: Fintech is constantly becoming the next big thing in finance and banking industry in India, thanks to increasing research by academicians and improvements by innovators. However, it is also becoming the center of attraction of regulators. Fintech is, broadly speaking, an umbrella term for innovative financial solutions and business models which consist of such services. Simply put, Fintech is an innovation that helps businesses to seek improvements in the delivery, process, and access to financial services. Several developing economies like India and China have already felt its impact over the years. lt is a promising technology to transform legacy banking systems and clarity their age-old strategies, transform their work cultures, and develop new horizons. This research studies the potential or Fintech in existing economy and fills the gap in academic studies about business analysts’ approach towards Fintech. This article explains how Fintech can bring innovation in the obsolete banking system und positive impact on security issues.
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Cite this Article: Damini Dutta , "FINTECH WITH AN APPROACH OF BUSINESS ANALYST ", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/apr2022.html, Volume 5 - Issue 4, April 2022 Edition, 1-4 #ijarporg
FRAMEWORK ON EFFECTIVE STAKEHOLDERS’ MANAGEMENT PROCESS RELATED TO PROJECT SUCCESS IN PUBLIC BUILDING CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS: THE CASE OF GONDAR CITY, ETHIOPIA
Authors: TEGENU LAKEW, KASSAHUN ADMASSU, EFRATA MARU
Abstracts: The construction industry is the major sector where developers are investing a huge amount of budget. The industry has complexity in its nature because of a large number of stakeholders. Poor stakeholder management can lead to many serious problems in construction projects. The aim of this research is to study stakeholders’ management aspects related to project success: in Gondar City. A mixed research design was employed. Together primary and secondary sources of data were used. Interview was used to strengthening the questionnaire and for the framework validation. Purposive sampling was used to select the sample. The analysis was done by SPSS v. 20. Descriptive statistics which include percentages, graphs, and tables were used to present the data. Factor analysis was used to group factors in order of strength and to eliminate variables with low variance. The finding indicates that project success can be achieved by properly implementing of critical success factors of stakeholder management because it has a positive strong correlation to productivity, cost, and time performance of a project and in reverse, barrier factor of stakeholder management has a negative strong correlation to productivity, cost and time performance of a project. The study concludes that critical success factor for stakeholder management in construction projects was reviewed leading to the identification of twenty barrier factors and thirty critical success factors. The main recommendations of this research are the management team in the Gondar city should use the proposed framework for managing the construction stakeholders for project success.
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Cite this Article: Tegenu Lakew, Kassahun Admassu, Efrata Maru , "FRAMEWORK ON EFFECTIVE STAKEHOLDERS’ MANAGEMENT PROCESS RELATED TO PROJECT SUCCESS IN PUBLIC BUILDING CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS: THE CASE OF GONDAR CITY, ETHIOPIA", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/apr2022.html, Volume 5 - Issue 4, April 2022 Edition, 5-18 #ijarporg
RELEVANCE OF "O" CLASS CURRICULUM IN ETHIOPIA AND ITS IMPLICATION FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD CARE AND EDUCATION TEACHER TRAINING
Authors: DEREJE DAKAMO TOMORA
Abstracts: This study was aimed at the investigation of the relevance of “O” class curriculum in Ethiopia. Its implications for early childhood care and education teacher education was stressed. Descriptive survey approach was employed as a quantitative research design. Moreover, four regional states randomly selected were involved in the study. Document review was the main data gathering tool in the study. Findings from the study reveal that even though Ethiopian “O” class curriculum is somehow relevant for young children attending the program, still it requires further improvement. It was evident that the Ethiopian “O” class teaches children of age 6 through child-centered pedagogy. Hence; the researcher recommends that Early Childhood Care and Education Teacher Training should align with the “O” class curriculum. For program betterment, the Ethiopian Ministry of Education has to consult and involve an ECCE professionals in the further process of policy design and development.
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Cite this Article: Dereje Dakamo Tomora , "RELEVANCE OF "O" CLASS CURRICULUM IN ETHIOPIA AND ITS IMPLICATION FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD CARE AND EDUCATION TEACHER TRAINING", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/apr2022.html, Volume 5 - Issue 4, April 2022 Edition, 19-27 #ijarporg
DISSEMINATION OF FISHERIES TECHNOLOGIES THROUGH KVK IN CHITRAKOOT DISTRICT OF BUNDELKHAND
Authors: KS SHUKLA, CM TRIPATHI
Abstracts: As per NARP district chitrakoot is a part of bundelkhand agroclimatic zone. This zone receives erratic rain fall during last 20 years. The district has 663 villages and 339 panchayat spread in four tehsils viz. Karwi, Rajapur, Manikpur and Mau. The total number of fishing villages was recorded as 79 out of 387 pond bearing villages and more than 1500 khet talab added in it during last 5 years. KVK made survey of 59 villages to identify production problem and plan to salve them through mandated activities of KVK as per need by fulfill the gaps in between traditional and scientific practices. The KVK conducted training, demo, OFT and extension activities for 1598 farmers and studied the impact through personnel contact and questionnaire from 160 farmers. The result indicated that the fully adoption of technology through different activities was 35.7% and partially adopted by 22.22% farmer.57.92 % farmers adopted the technologies partially or fully in the district to augment fish yield and solve the problems arises during culture period. The yield increase was observed in increasing order from Year 2000 to 2020. The yield was increased from 7.05 to 28.12 quintal/ ha/ year in adopted village. The ponds under fish farming were also increased in last two decades. KVK proves to be a store house of technologies by providing knowledge, developing skill and availability of critical inputs to the fish farmers in the district.
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Cite this Article: KS Shukla, CM Tripathi , "DISSEMINATION OF FISHERIES TECHNOLOGIES THROUGH KVK IN CHITRAKOOT DISTRICT OF BUNDELKHAND", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/apr2022.html, Volume 5 - Issue 4, April 2022 Edition, 28-31 #ijarporg
POST OPERATIVE PHYSIOTHERAPY REHABILITATION IN CASE OF TIBIAL SHINE FRACTURE WITH ACL AVULSION:- A CASE STUDY
Authors: KOMAL CHAUHAN, DR. SANDIP PAREKH, HIRAL PARMAR
Abstracts: Introduction: Avulsion fractures of tibial spine, leading to interruption of anterior cruciate ligament. These fractures are also known as tibial eminence fractures or ACL avulsion fractures. These injuries are usually seen in children aged between 8-13 years and are usually sports related injuries occurring especially during cycling and skiing. In adults these injuries are usually related to high energy trauma usually road traffic accidents. Clinical Findings: After taking proper informed consent patient was examined in lying position. Affected lower limb in full extension, swelling was present over the knee joint. Scar mark was present on the anterior aspect of leg extending from just below the tibial tubercle to mid shaft region. On palpation, local temperature was not raised. Tenderness was present with grade 2. On neurologic assessment it was found to be normal. Discussion: In this case report we are discussing a case of a 20 year old male with fracture of tibial shine fracture with ACL avulsion managed with. The primary goal of physiotherapy management was to prevent secondary complications and make the patient independent for which rehabilitation protocol was planned which included Ankle pumping exercises, Muscle setting of quadriceps, hamstrings, hip abductors, Multiple angle isometric of hamstring, Prone knee bending, Patellar mobilization, Maitland mobilization, Grade 3 joint mobilization, Closed chain exercises include bridging, partial squats, step ups, step downs, heel raises. Conclusion: physiotherapy plays an important role in rehabilitation of patient with tibial shine fracture.
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Cite this Article: Komal Chauhan, Dr. Sandip Parekh, Hiral Parmar , "POST OPERATIVE PHYSIOTHERAPY REHABILITATION IN CASE OF TIBIAL SHINE FRACTURE WITH ACL AVULSION:- A CASE STUDY", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/apr2022.html, Volume 5 - Issue 4, April 2022 Edition, 32-35 #ijarporg
“ADULTERATION ON NATURAL HONEY QUALITY PROPERTIES: A CASE STUDY OF MASHONALAND EAST, MASHONALAND CENTRAL AND MANICALAND PROVINCE OF ZIMBABWE, ON STREET HONEY SELLERS’ BEHAVIOR.”
Authors: JOHN MWANDIFURA1, DR. LOVEMORE CHIKAZHE2, DR. JOSPHAT MANYERUKE3, DR. NILTON MASHAVAKURE4, CHIDZISO BEN5.
Abstracts: Honey is a natural substance of high commercial value and limited supply. It is considered as natural complex food product produced from nectar of plants by bees’ worldwide. It is an outstanding sweetening product that can be used by humans without processed and possessed. Honey adulteration is a common problem across the world in general and in Zimbabwe in particular, and has a significant economic impact, it can be done by the addition of different cheap foreign materials which may harm the body. The issue of food adulteration is a global concern and developing countries are at higher risk associated with it due to lack of monitoring and polices on food production. Adulteration to honey product in Zimbabwe can be done by adding substances such as sugar, banana, molasses, water, maize syrup and wheat flour to the honey. Honey being a natural product, the composition of honey is highly variable because of adulteration from one country to another. Adulteration of honey in most cases, when takes place, it alters physicochemical and rheology of original honey quality, resulting in reduction in its original nutritive and medicinal value. The methods of discrimination of honey adulterant, accurate quantification of the adulterants, must have been made use for producing high quality of honey and free from any foreign material addition. Honey is becoming popular as a reputable and effective therapeutic agent by medical doctors of conventional medicine and by the general public across the world. It has been effectively used in the treatment of many diseases, such as gastrointestinal diseases, skin diseases, cancer, heart diseases, and neurological degeneration in many countries. This product is an excellent source of energy such as carbohydrates and also contains water, small amounts of organic acids, vitamins, minerals, flavonoids, and enzymes required by the body to function well. As a natural product on high demand, honey has been targeted for adulteration. The authenticity of honey is of great importance to save human life from unhealthy food. The current work focusses on studying the authenticity of honey sold on the streets of Zimbabwe. For this purpose, physical properties such as moisture content, pH, and total ash, reducing sugars, free acidity, diastase activity, electrical conductivity and hydroxymethylfurfural (HMF) were measured from the collected samples. Laboratory tests and simple tests were carried out. The obtained results were compared with the European Union (2001) standards, which are the harmonized methods of the international honey commission.
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Cite this Article: John Mwandifura1, Dr. Lovemore Chikazhe2, Dr. Josphat Manyeruke3, Dr. Nilton Mashavakure4, Chidziso Ben5. , "“ADULTERATION ON NATURAL HONEY QUALITY PROPERTIES: A CASE STUDY OF MASHONALAND EAST, MASHONALAND CENTRAL AND MANICALAND PROVINCE OF ZIMBABWE, ON STREET HONEY SELLERS’ BEHAVIOR.”", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/apr2022.html, Volume 5 - Issue 4, April 2022 Edition, 36-43 #ijarporg
HARMONIZING MATERIALS AND PRACTICES OF SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS: A CONCEPTUAL PARADIGM FOR CONTEXTUALIZATION ACROSS K12 CURRICULUM
Authors: MARLON F. ADLIT
Abstracts: Harmonizing materials and practices of senior high school teachers in the contextualization of various learning areas are crucial in the current curriculum. The study determined how teachers in the senior high school harmonize materials and practices in teaching the various subjects and analyzed the contextualization across the K12 curriculum. Qualitative research was employed in the study specifically grounded theory. Eleven participants were included in the study where five were grade 12 students and six were senior high school teachers. Purposive sampling was employed in the conduct of the study and has employed key informant interviews and the focus group discussion. In analyzing the data, Grounded theory Analysis as modeled by Charmaz (2006), as well as Glasser and Strauss (2017), was employed. Relevance, coherence, and appropriateness as contextualization connectivity are considered in harmonizing materials and practices in the contextualization of lessons in senior high school. The themes culled were sources of contextualized materials, conceptualizing contextualized materials, teachers contextualized materials and practices, coherence, relevance, and appropriateness in contextualization. Formulation of the conceptual paradigm vis-à-vis contextualization across curricula emerged in the study.
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Cite this Article: Marlon F. Adlit , "HARMONIZING MATERIALS AND PRACTICES OF SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS: A CONCEPTUAL PARADIGM FOR CONTEXTUALIZATION ACROSS K12 CURRICULUM", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/apr2022.html, Volume 5 - Issue 4, April 2022 Edition, 51-57 #ijarporg
CULTURAL IDENTITY: CONTEXTUALIZING AND SCAFFOLDING LANGUAGE LEARNING PROCESS
Authors: GAYLEE G. MASANGCAY1
Abstracts: The K to 12 Curriculum recognized the existential relationship of language and culture thus establishing contextualization as its guiding principles. Hence, the study identified the significant impact of the local culture to language, perceptions of English teachers towards contextualization and factors on establishing meaningful situations in both oral and written discourse. Grounded theory and semi-structured interview, thematic analysis were utilized in the study which involved seven English teachers from the Division of Batangas City. Findings revealed that cultural identity plays a significant role as learners display Batangueño culture, identity, local beliefs through meaningful communication situations. Contextualization promotes improvement of learning outcomes, mastery and linguistic communicative value. Teachers shall consider the socio-cultural context of the learners, functional language and use of localized materials as they immerse their learners from local to indigenized situations and scaffold from simple to complex and specific learning context. The researcher proposed 3Is (Identify-Immerse-Indigenize), a three-level theoretical approach to contextualizing and scaffolding language learning process which is subjected for evaluation and validation.
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Cite this Article: Gaylee G. Masangcay1 , "CULTURAL IDENTITY: CONTEXTUALIZING AND SCAFFOLDING LANGUAGE LEARNING PROCESS", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/apr2022.html, Volume 5 - Issue 4, April 2022 Edition, 58-62 #ijarporg
LIVED EXPERIENCES OF SOLO PARENTS: A CASE STUDY
Authors: LIWAYWAY G. DAGUPON1, ZOSIMA C. GARIN2
Abstracts: This study was conducted to find out the lived experiences of solo parents. This study tackles the physical, psychological, social, emotional, spiritual, and financial experiences of solo parenting; as well as the coping mechanisms utilized by solo parents. A descriptive case study design was used in the study and purposive sampling was utilized. Ten respondents, majority of which are single, high-school graduate women, were interviewed face-to-face while observing proper health protocols. The majority of the respondents’ physical status were undernourished due to poor and inadequate diet. They were mentally and emotionally distressed, due to greater responsibilities and the feeling of betrayal. In addition, the lack of awareness to the Solo Parents Association which could assist them with their issues. The majority of the respondents have experienced financial difficulty because they lack regular source of income to sustain their needs. The respondents use different coping mechanisms, the majority use physical, spiritual, and social coping strategies in addressing solo parenting problems. Most of them kept themselves busy with their hobbies or by spending time with their family. Faith and hope in God kept them going, some air grievances to friends, while others felt relaxed browsing their social media account. Recommendations to improve living conditions of solo parents and their children include focusing on healthy lifestyles like eating nutritious food, getting enough rest, and regular exercise. Making themselves busy and more productive to replace negative thoughts. Assist them in vegetable farming, and creation of livelihood projects as a source of regular income. Lastly encourage the solo parents to participate in social spiritual gatherings to find hope in God. Be socially active, join the Solo Parents Association for assistance, and be inspired for a brighter tomorrow.
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Cite this Article: Liwayway G. Dagupon1, Zosima C. Garin2 , "LIVED EXPERIENCES OF SOLO PARENTS: A CASE STUDY", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/apr2022.html, Volume 5 - Issue 4, April 2022 Edition, 63-85 #ijarporg
POST-OPERATIVE MANAGEMENT OF PHYSIOTHERAPY REHABILITATION IN CASE OF FEMUR MID SHAFT FRACTURE OPERATED WITH FLEXIBLE NAIL: A CASE REPORT
Authors: DR. DRASHTI JANI, DR SANDIP PAREKH, DR.AKTA DABGAR
Abstracts: The incidence of femoral shaft fracture is most common due to fast and high-speed transportation and modern life style. To reduce morbidity post-operative physical therapy is essential. The patient was an 18-year-old male who was having right side displaced mid shaft femur fracture due to fall from terrace. The patient was a treated with CRIF using intramedullary flexible nailing. Following surgery patient complain of decrease quadriceps strength, hip and knee strength, decrease ROM of hip and knee, gait disturbance. Purpose of this study to evaluate early rehabilitation intervention programmed for surgical fixation of mid shaft femoral fracture which will focus on early weight bearing, strengthening of hip muscles like flexors, extensors, quadriceps, abductors and knee and hip ROM which will result in decrease impairment, decrease disability and improve functional capacities.
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Cite this Article: Dr. Drashti Jani, Dr Sandip Parekh, Dr.Akta Dabgar , "POST-OPERATIVE MANAGEMENT OF PHYSIOTHERAPY REHABILITATION IN CASE OF FEMUR MID SHAFT FRACTURE OPERATED WITH FLEXIBLE NAIL: A CASE REPORT", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/apr2022.html, Volume 5 - Issue 4, April 2022 Edition, 86-89 #ijarporg
INTERVENTION MEASURES TO ENSURE PARTICIPATORY DECISION MAKING BY TEACHERS IN MBARE- HATFIELD DISTRICT PRIMARY SCHOOLS
Authors: JOHN TENHA, TICHAONA MAPOLISA
Abstracts: The educational landscape comprises both autocratic and inclusive administrators. Inclusive administrators engage teachers in decision making unlike autocratic administrators who make unilateral decisions. Successful engagement of teachers in decision making is possible when there exist intervention measures that allow the involvement of teachers in decision making. These are absent in many Zimbabwean schools resulting in low pass rates. This prompted this study where the researcher analysed the intervention measures related to teacher decision making in Zimbabwean primary schools. The researcher used the quantitative research approach and survey research design to conduct this study. Simple random sampling was used to select 50 primary school teachers and ten school heads from Mbare-Hatfield District of Harare in Zimbabwe. Structured self-administered closed-ended questionnaires were administered to teachers, while structured closed-ended interviews were administered to teachers. Tables and figures were used to present researchers’ biodata and actual research findings. Descriptive statistics were used to analyse data. Teacher input has a tremendous impact on students’ academic achievement. The research asserts that teachers’ performance is directly influenced by the school head’s leadership preferences and that involving teachers in school decision-making processes has a positive, lasting impact on school performance. The formulation of school policies is done by school heads in most of the schools. Few teachers were involved in crafting policies in their schools. The leadership preferences by school heads play a significant role in determining whether teachers have opportunities to partake in decision making activities at school. Teachers need to be staff developed and they regard this as an important intervention measure that aids teacher participatory decision making since it develops their instructional, curricular, administrative and leadership competencies, knowledge, and skills. It also develops teachers understanding of school activities thus resulting in knowledgeable staff who can proffer constructive ideas that assist in the day-to-day function of schools. Staff development is crucial in schools as it enables informed decision making by teachers. It is a way of capacitating teachers with knowledge and skills to make informed decisions and improve classroom performance. Croft et al. (2010)  argue that when staff development is supported by the school head and well implemented, this creates a powerful lever that increases learner performance. Enlightened teachers are likely to make decisions that help schools develop and improve learner academic outputs, outcomes, and societal, national, and global impact. In that regard, staff developing teachers is an important intervention measure to their decision making. Creating work enabling environments is crucial in schools. The study concluded that the idea of teamwork is not new to schools but is not given value by school heads as an intervention measure that boosts teacher participation in decision making. Heads promote individual achievements at the expense of team efforts. It also concluded that the choice of a leadership style by school heads is a determining factor on how teachers participate in crucial school decision making activities. Another conclusion was that there is very little if any staff development activities in schools. In addition, teachers are motivated by praise, especially when recognised for outstanding performance and decisions. Last, positive school environments pave way to teacher participatory decision making in crucial school programmes. The study recommended that school heads should be trained by mentors from the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Schools or other expert external agents on the importance and benefits of teamwork in schools. Another recommendation from the study was that school heads should adopt leadership styles that are forward looking, participatory and progressive in nature and practise that in schools. In addition, teacher participation needs to be active, recognised, meaningful, and effectively improve their skills and abilities, so that they in turn benefit learners. The other recommendation was that school heads need to create conducive teaching and learning environments that enable teachers to participate in school decision making willingly and voluntarily. Finally, there is need school heads and teachers to define the parameters mutually and clearly for staff development in schools by candidly identifying individual training needs so that teachers are staff developed in areas relevant to their jobs. Eventually, study recommended that further research needs to be carried out by other researchers from similar and different settings within and without Zimbabwe to examine how teacher participation in decision making is enacted at secondary school level.
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Cite this Article: John Tenha, Tichaona Mapolisa , "INTERVENTION MEASURES TO ENSURE PARTICIPATORY DECISION MAKING BY TEACHERS IN MBARE- HATFIELD DISTRICT PRIMARY SCHOOLS", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/apr2022.html, Volume 5 - Issue 4, April 2022 Edition, 90-100 #ijarporg
KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDES, AND PRACTICES OF PREGNANT WOMEN IN THE PREVENTION OF COVID-19
Authors: ALYSSA S. JAVIER, ZOSIMA C. GARIN
Abstracts: COVID-19, a new respiratory infection, emerged as a global pandemic in 2020. Pregnant women are immunocompromised, making them vulnerable to the disease, and there is no exact treatment yet. It is therefore essential to follow the control measures in preventing COVID-19. This study was conducted to determine the KAP of pregnant women in the Rural Health Unit- Tayug, Pangasinan using a questionnaire. Pregnant women who obtained a positive pregnancy test up to the 40th week of pregnancy were selected for the research. Frequency, percentage, AWM, T-test, and ANOVA test were the statistics used in the study. The majority of the respondents fell to the 21-30 years old age bracket, single, high school graduate, unemployed, Roman Catholic, had one child, and a monthly family income of less than 15, 000 pesos. Pregnant women were knowledgeable on COVID-19 causes, signs and symptoms, mode of transmission, and management protocol. There was no significant difference between the KAP of the pregnant women across their profile variables except that those employed yielded significantly in attitude. KAP of pregnant women has no significant relationship with the profile variables. The pregnant women in this research had adequate knowledge and a positive attitude in preventing COVID-19. Also, they highly practice preventive measures. Counseling and distribution of brochures are essential to ensure improvement of KAP of pregnant women in preventing COVID-19.
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Cite this Article: Alyssa S. Javier, Zosima C. Garin , "KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDES, AND PRACTICES OF PREGNANT WOMEN IN THE PREVENTION OF COVID-19", International Journal of Advanced Research and Publications (IJARP), http://www.ijarp.org/online-papers-publishing/apr2022.html, Volume 5 - Issue 4, April 2022 Edition, 101-111 #ijarporg