• Farmers get easy Access to Capital

    LA TRINIDAD, BENGUET -- Vegetable farmers and vendors thank Senator Alan Cayetano for his PTK (Presyo, Trabaho, Kita/Kaayusan) Program. Through Senator Cayetano’s capital lending project, members of the La Trinidad Vegetables Trading Post Multi-Purpose Cooperative are beginning to experience real change
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  • Co-op Champion Butz Aquino, 77

    Former Senator Agapito “Butz” Aquino, who helped catapult his late sister-in-law Corazon Aquino to the presidency in 1986, passed away on Monday afternoon, August 17. He was 76 years old.
     
    His nephew, Senator Benigno Paolo “Bam” Aquino IV said
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  • Ibing Thanks BSP for Co-ops' Inclusion

    PASAY CITY -- The July 1 Launching of the National Strategy for Financial Inclusion held at the Philippine International Convention Center was attended by more than 400 government officials, leaders of NGOs, microfinance institutions, banks, and cooperatives.
     
    13 government agencies
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  • Co-ops in Financial Inclusion

    PASAY CITY – 25% of Filipino adults have never saved.  32% used to save.  Only 43% of Filipino adults save, but most of them (63%) keep their savings at home while 33% deposit in banks.  In contrast, more Filipino adults (47%)
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  • Forum Highlights CEOs’ Needs

    CLARK, Pampanga – Stress, the daily grind of managing a co-op and producing net surplus, dealing with members, suppliers, directors, and the community, the Information Technology landscape for finance organizations, and a hundred other concerns make the job of a CEO
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  • CIC Issues Template

    Lenders must inform borrowers that their personal credit data will be submitted to the Credit Information Corporation (CIC) and borrowers will have to authorize the lenders to make the submission.
     
    This is in compliance with the Credit Information System
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  • MSU-IIT MPC Uses Ekoopbanker+

    Old timers of Mindanao State University - Institute of Information Technology National Multi-Purpose Cooperative (MSU-IIT NMPC) recall 1978 when the co-op was just starting.  Cash deposits from enthusiastic employees added up to P86.20.

    The co-op had its First General Assembly on

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  • Hundreds of Houses Rise in Leyte

    ORMOC CITY, LEYTE -- 63 families moved on April 22 into their first permanent home since Typhoon Yolanda hit the province in November 2013.  They are members of OCCI Margen Housing Cooperative, organized by Metro Ormoc Community Cooperative.

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  • Normskie: Gender Equality Advocate

    TAGUM CITY – The city government of Tagum recognized on March 07 Tagum Cooperative Chairperson of the Board of Director (BOD) Norma “Normskie” Pereyras as Tagumpay  Excellence awardee for Gender Equality and Women Empowerment.

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  • New Manuals Accelerate Aflatoun

    The NATCCO Network is seen to accelerate the implementation of its flagship youth program, Aflatoun, all over the country with the translation of training manuals.

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About NATCCO Network

The National Confederation of Cooperatives (NATCCO) was formed by credit union pioneers who believed that the task of co-op development lies primarily in the hands of the private sector. These leaders believed in self-help and in the idea that people in poverty need to create opportunities for themselves to improve their economic well-being. As early as the 1950’s to 70’s, co-op sector leaders were aware that in order to succeed they could not rely on government alone. Instead, co-ops have to be driven and patronized by their members and it is only through co-op education that this level of member patronage and responsibility can be established.

In the 1950’s to 70’s, a large number of primary co-operatives formed five regional co-op training centers (secondary cooperatives). In 1977, the five regional training centers formed NATCCO, then known as the National Association of Training Centers for Co-operatives, to coordinate the trainings and educational services for cooperatives at the national level. NATCCO also served as the voice of co-ops in the country.

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Featured Cooperative of the Month

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Oro Integrated Cooperative is an open type primary cooperative that has served its member for over 48 years.  It was organized on March 5, 1966 and was registered as Oro Credit Union.  Oro Integrated Cooperative started with 28 founding members

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RONILO CELDA RAVANERA

ADDRESS: Cagayan de Oro City
BIRTH :1958
PLACE OF BIRTH :Lanao del Sur
CIVIL STATUS :Lilian Soriano Gabawan
DIALECTS SPOKEN: English, Tagalog, Cebuano, Ilonggo
SKILLS : COMMUNITY ORGANIZING, MOTIVATIONAL SPEAKING ON COOPERATIVES, ENVIRONMENT, SPIRITUAL LITERACY

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FLORIANO REJAS HILOT

ADDRESS:
Cagayan de Oro City
BIRTH: 1971
PLACE OF BIRTH: Loboc, Bohol
DIALECTS SPOKEN: English, Tagalog, Cebuano
SPOUSE :Judy Charming Pelaez

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Help & Tips

  • Financial Tips +

    Quit bad habits like smoking, drinking alcohol, and gambling.  These habits are just a waste of money and can be hazardous to your health.  Work hard to kick the habits and you will be surprised how much money you will save.  You will feel - and look - better!
  • Co-op Office Safety Tips +

    To prevent fire, go for a paperless office.  If you really need to store documents, do not use cardboard boxes and do not use corridors, walkways, passageways and stairs that form part of the emergency escape route for storage.
  • Environmental SafetyTip +

    "It's not enough just to plant tree.  Make sure the tree you are planting is at least 5 feet tall, or about a year old.  A baby tree will die when overwhelmed by weeds."
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