• Co-ops Must Prefer the Poor

    SPEECH BY CARDINAL ORLANDO B. QUEVEDO, OMI
    Archibishop of Cotabato
    Let me share my Personal testimony of my experiences in cooperatives.  These experiences began when I was Parish Priest of Jolo in 1977–78. And there I witnessed a very successful
  • G.A. Pushes Inclusion and Development

    PANGLAO ISLAND, BOHOL – Economic growth is futile if few Filipinos benefit and if done at the expense of the environment.
     
    This conviction brought together more than 600 leaders of co-operatives nationwide here on April 15-17 for the 39th General
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  • OFWs can Invest Through Co-ops

    HONGKONG – It is an all too common story for many Filipinos who go abroad to work, send money home to build a decent house, send the kids to school, buy stuff that they could not possibly buy if they worked
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  • Co-op Mobile Payment Platform

    YANGON, MYANMAR – The two largest cooperative federations in the Philippines, the National Confederation of Cooperatives and the Philippine Federation of Credit Cooperatives inked on March 17 a deal with the Association of Asian Confederation of Credit Unions (ACCU), electronic banking
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  • Tagaytay +20: It’s not about Men vs. Women

    CLARK, PAMPANGA – Gender Equality is not about the “Battle of the Sexes” but rather about men and women working together.  This was the output of the “Third Regional Conference on Status of Women in Cooperatives in Asia-Pacific” on February 9-11,
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  • Taloy Norte MPC First to Submit Data to CIC

    BONIFACIO GLOBAL CITY – The Credit Information Corporation (CIC) recognized Taloy Norte Farmers MPC as “the first cooperative to submit credit data” to the Credit Information System (CIS).  
     
    In simple ceremonies at the International Finance Corporation’s (IFC) headquarters, CIC
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  • Co-ops Must Remit CETF

    Whether to remit the Coop Education Training Fund is not – and has never been –optional as many co-ops like to think.  According to the Cooperative Development Authority, all co-ops “shall” remit the Co-op Education Training Fund after all.  
     
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  • Youth Will Power Co-op Movement in the Future

    ANTALYA, TURKEY -- Youth Representative to the NATCCO Board, Nikko Revita presented the NATCCO Network’s Youth Program and the state of the cooperative movement in the Philippines at the  International Cooperative Alliance Global Youth Network Meeting and Sessions on Nov. 10-11.
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  • International Training Reaps Rich Realization

    BANGKOK, THAILAND - NATCCO’s strong commitment in providing quality education with international perspective to its members again comes to the fore with its Study Visit last October 14-18, 2015.

    The study visit exposed the participants to Thai credit unions’ best practices,

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  • Agdao MPC, Youth partner against drugs

    DAVAO CITY – Eighteen private and public high schools in participated to the 1st Agdao MPC Inter-School Poster-Making Contest on November 28, 2015 at the  Agdao MPC Head Office in Obrero. In partnership with the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) Region
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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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  • About SOEMCO
  • Chairperson
  • Chief Executive Officer

Skeptics were saying more than a decade ago that cooperatives cannot thrive in Socorro, Surigao del Norte. Nevertheless, the SOEMCO members knew that Dr. Jose P. Rizal had met exactly the same apprehensions more than a century ago when he brought out to his friends and associates in the Propaganda Movement the idea of organizing cooperatives in the Philippines, hoping to replicate in his beloved homeland the ideology of cooperativism

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Reynerio T. Canta Sr.
 
Residence :Socorro, Surigao del Norte
Occupation:  Municipal Planning and Development Coordinator (since 1983), Municipality of Socorro
Education :Surigao del Norte College of Agriculture, BS in Agriculture (1980)
 
Attended: 
  • Accounting for Non-accountants
  • Policy Development Course
  • Basic Cooperative Course
  • Leadership & Values Re-orientation Course
  • Financial Management Training

 

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Edelito Caindoy Sangco
 
Position:  Chief Executive Officer
Education :BS Agriculture
 
Other positions held:
  • Chairman, MASS-SPECC
  • Director, NATCCO
  • National Directorate, COOP-NATCCO Partylist
Other involvements:
  • 8-kilometer Nueva Estrella to Salog Farm to Market Road Project
  • 2.7-kilometer, Nueva Estrella to Sinibayan Farm To Market Road Project
  • Rizal Bridge Project under the Philippine Rural Development Program (PRDP)

 

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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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