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By: Julius S.

Haganas
In behalf of: Mr. Roy L. Openiano, City Administrator
May 26, 2009 during Workers’ Forum
COOPS- A National
Situationer
The growth of Cooperatives in the country
will slow down and about a half of these
cooperatives will experience financial
problems.

Of the 28,000 cooperatives in the country,


one-half or 14,000, will possibly be
dissolved.
Conti blamed these to the lack of
education and training and that there are
very few cooperatives in production
business.

Production is low since the country is


heavily dependent on imports resulting to
poor buying power.
Records of CDA shows that
85% of cooperatives are in
lending business (savings
and loans).
“…Sesenta Porsiyento sa inyo
mga Kooperatiba naa sa micro-
lending…”

(Pres. Gloria Macapagal Arroyo speech during


the 4th Mindanao Cooperative Summit, Atrium,
Lim Ket Kai Center Cagayan de Oro City, March
10, 2008)
Local Situation of
Cooperatives
(CDA RECORDS)
Registered Cooperatives in
Iligan City
(As of December 31, 2007)

l Registered – 338
l Active - 101
l In-Active - 89
l Dissolved - 148
Coop Name Type of Business
1. MSU-IIT MPC Micro-lending
2. Iligan Cement MPC Micro-lending
3. Iligan Dealers MPC Micro-lending
4. Iligan City Gov’t. Employees MPC Micro-lending
5. Coops For Christ MPC Micro-lending
6. Fil-Vinyl MPC Micro-lending
7. Iligan Light Employees MPC Micro-lending & Trading
8. Mikro Group of Entrepreneurs MPC Financing & Micro-lending
9. Granex Employees MPC Micro-lending
10. Rising Star MPC Trading & Marketing and Micro-lending
In response to these, the Iligan
City Cooperative Development
Council (ICCDC) issued a policy
directing its major activities to
Agricultural Production
Cooperatives.
AGRI COOP FORUM ON FOOD
PRODUCTION
- ISSUES & CONCERNS
October 29, 2008
Crystal Inn, Iligan City

l 129 Participants from


l 20 Agricultural Cooperatives
l 11 Agricultural Associations
Interventions for
Cooperative Growth and
Livelihood Development
(facilitation of registration, training,
financing, project packaging, etc.)
COOPERATIVE FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
TRAINING CONDUCTED BY CDLO, MSU-IIT
CBAA, PICPA AND CUIC
q TNA VALIDATION AND ACTION PLANNING WORKSHOP
May 6, 2008, ABC Hall, Brgy. Pala-o, Iligan City
26 participant-cooperative members and officers

q UNDERSTANDING FINANCIAL TRANSACTIONS OF COOPERATIVES


July 23, 2008, SP Session Hall, Buhanginan Hills, Iligan City
33 participant-cooperative members and officers

q INTERNAL CONTROL SYSTEM AND BOOKKEEPING


September 17, 2008, Crystal Inn, Iligan City
70 participant-cooperative members and offcers

q COOPERATIVE STRATEGY MANAGEMENT


December 17, 2008, Crystal Inn, Iligan City
28 participant-cooperative members and officers
Other Training and Seminars

q PRE-MEMBERSHIP EDUCATION SEMINAR

q DIRECTORSHIP

q Cooperative Annual Performance Report (CAPR)

q Others
The City Livelihood Assistance
Program (CLAP)
Financial Loan Assistance (1995 – 2008)
amounting to
P 12,287,554.00
to
27 Cooperatives
and
36 Livelihood Associations
P 2 Million for 2009
CITY’S 20 % SHARE OF
NATIONAL WEALTH
Livelihood Assistance to Community, Urban
Poor, Women, IS and other Associations
1. Skills Trainings
2. Equipment and Tools Dispersal
3. Animal Dispersal
4. Rice Dispersal
UNLAD KABUHAYAN PROGRAM LABAN SA
KAHIRAPAN
in partnership with DOLE
(Financial Assistance for the Informal Sector – 1st release
December 23,2008)

17 Trisicad Drivers
57 Food Vendors
40 Fish Vendors
21 Ice Cream Vendors
30 Scrap Collectors
32 Sari-sari Owners
32 Firewood and Non-Food Vendors

Php. 1,200,500.00
Food Vendors
INTEGRATED SERVICES FOR
LIVELIHOOD ADVANCEMENT (ISLA)
A project of DOLE in Partnership with the City
Government thru CDLO and other GOs and
NGOs – 1st release May 18, 2009

17 Fisherfolk Associations
P4 Million
Entrepreneurial
Development Training to
ISLA beneficiaries
Other Services
Technology and Livelihood
Development Center (TLDC) Services
A project of TRC (TLRC) in Partnership
with the City Government

l Livelihood Technologies
l On CD/VCD
l Downloadable in internet
l Magazine
l Technovan – video showing
Starter Center Services
(A project in partnership of InWent and
Regionomica, Germany)
l Profiling
l Facilitation of registration
l Packaging of business plans in less than
one (1) day
l Packaging of project proposals
For More Information:

Please contact:
223-3362; 223-2614