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  • QUEZON CITY – Senator Grace Poe will administer the oath-taking of the 2014-2015 Board of Directors & Committee Officers of the NATCCO Network on July 4 at the Gateway Mall in Araneta Center.
    QUEZON CITY – Senator Grace Poe will administer the oath-taking of the 2014-2015 Board of Directors & Committee Officers of the NATCCO Network on July 4 at the Gateway Mall in Araneta Center.
  • TAGUM CITY – One good indicator of an organization or movement’s health is when its young people are active in the co-op and they have enthusiasm for co-op values and principles, we can sit back and be assured that the future is bright!
    TAGUM CITY – One good indicator of an organization or movement’s health is when its young people are active in the co-op and they have enthusiasm for co-op values and principles, we can sit back and be assured that the future is bright!
  • BACARRA, ILOCOS NORTE – Ellena C. Limocon, General Manager of the highly successful Lamac Multi-Purpose Cooperative in Cebu, now represents co-op women in the NATCCO Board of Directors.  She was voted by the delegates at the Gender Congress held at the Nueva Segovia Consortium of Cooperatives (NSCC) office.
    BACARRA, ILOCOS NORTE – Ellena C. Limocon, General Manager of the highly successful Lamac Multi-Purpose Cooperative in Cebu, now represents co-op women in the NATCCO Board of Directors.  She was voted by the delegates at the Gender Congress held at the Nueva Segovia Consortium of Cooperatives (NSCC) office.
  • ORMOC CITY, LEYTE -- Thirty (30) new permanent homes were officially turned over on June 18 to thirty (30) families rendered homeless by Typhoon “Yolanda” (Haiyan).  The housing project is the first set of permanent houses built in Eastern Visayas after the super typhoon struck the country in November 8, 2013.
    ORMOC CITY, LEYTE -- Thirty (30) new permanent homes were officially turned over on June 18 to thirty (30) families rendered homeless by Typhoon “Yolanda” (Haiyan).  The housing project is the first set of permanent houses built in Eastern Visayas after the super typhoon struck the country in November 8, 2013.
  • The re-launching of NATCCO’s Professionalization Program in Regions 5 and 6 is the highlight of the achievements of the NATCCO Education ,Training  & Consultancy Group in 2014.
    The re-launching of NATCCO’s Professionalization Program in Regions 5 and 6 is the highlight of the achievements of the NATCCO Education ,Training  & Consultancy Group in 2014.
  • ORMOC CITY – The NATCCO Enterprise Development Center, which is about to finish construction of the first permanent housing units for Typhoon Yolanda victims has developed and is utilizing what is called its “Green Building Technology.”
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  • ORMOC CITY – When Typhoon Yolanda plowed through Samar and Leyte islands on November 8, 2014, the 315 kph gusts of wind felled trees and destroyed even concrete structures.  Tacloban City and many towns were almost flattened as more than 6,300 died and 27,000 injured.
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  • SOCORRO, SURIGAO DEL NORTE – There won’t be any need for the members of Socorro Empowered People’s Cooperative (SOEMCO) to cross the sea in ferry boats to transact.  On April 9 during the General Assembly attended by some 2,000 members, GM Edelito Sangco announced that Mobile Banking was already available.
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  • DID’s Sylvain Pushes for Integration

    QUEZON CITY – All co-ops must “unite” under the Co-op Value of Solidarity and the Principle of Cooperation Among Cooperatives.  But “unity” can just be an abstract concept that all co-ops claim to follow.
  • LAOAG CITY -- The National Confederation of Cooperatives (NATCCO) concluded its 2014 General Assembly on a high note,
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  • There are about 24,000 cooperatives in the country.  Multiply that by the number of leaders and staff each co-op has, you get a very big number . . . say half a million.
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  • Leadership for the 21st century is holistic. It shifts from individual-centered to collective-centered; from packaged curriculum to an evolving, customized educational process;
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  • TACLOBAN CITY -- Prior to the pilot of the CCT Payouts in Leyte and Samar February 4 to 7, the NATCCO team initially had anxieties about how to distribute money to thousands of recipients.
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  • REGION 7 – The National Confederation of Cooperatives in partnership with two member-cooperatives and with telecoms giant SMART Communications piloted the government’s Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT) in storm-struck Samar and Leyte provinces from February 4 to 7.
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  • German co-op federation,  Deutsche Genossenschafts und Raiffaisenverband (DGRV) will supply the National Confederation of Cooperatives (NATCCO) a computer program for supervision of cooperatives.
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  • LAMUT, Ifugao (PIA) – Two NATCCO Network member co-ops have been deemed the largest and top grossers among cooperatives in the province by the Ifugao Federation of Development Cooperatives (IFEDECO) .
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  • Las Piñas City– Former Senate President Manuel Villar, founding chairman of the Villar SIPAG (Social Institute for Poverty Alleviation and Governance), personally awarded to the representatives of NATCCO member-cooperatives the 10 Most Outstanding Community Enterprises and 10 Most Promising Community Enterprises chosen from among the almost  200 entries nationwide  during
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  • LAGONOY, Camarines Sur – A new Pinoy Coop ATM has been installed in the office of Kooperatiba Para sa Kaunlaran ng Lagonoy (KKL) recently, providing the co-op’s members with 24/7 convenience.
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  • DAVAO DEL NORTE (PIA) – Tagum Cooperative continues to reap national honors through its affiliate youth organization and its school teacher-partner.
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  • BUTUAN CITY (PIA) -- Over 6,800 farmers are expected to benefit from the Social Security System (SSS) partnership with NATCCO member and multi-awarded cooperative, Baug CARP Beneficiaries MPC (BCBMPC),
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  • PASIG CITY – On February 7 and 8, Aflatoun Philippines marked its first National Summit with a gathering of about 100 partner-educators, representatives of various cooperatives under the umbrella of the National Confederation of Cooperatives (Natcco)
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  • PASAY CITY – One hundred million ideas were expected to be shared by one thousand-one-hundred microfinance stakeholders from all over the globe at the 2013 Partnerships Against Poverty Summit held last October 9 – 11 at the Philippine International Convention Center.
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  • NATCCO Network Member co-ops with youth programs are invited to send representatives to the NATCCO National Cooperative Youth Congress on May 20-23, 2014 at the Nueva Segovia Plaza Hotel in Vigan City, Ilocos Sur.
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  • Pinoy Coop ATM in CamsurMPC

    PILI, CAMARINES SUR -- The NATCCO Network’s Pinoy Coop ATM and CamSur Multi-Purpose Cooperative opened its milestone 50th ATM branch at the Provincial Capitol last December 12.
  • CADIZ CITY -- One week after the opening of the Pinoy Coop ATM in Bicol, the NATCCO IT Group teams based in Manila and Cebu worked in tandem to start the 51st branch at the Cadiz City Credit Cooperative (C4), which opened on December 19.
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  • ILAGAN CITY, Isabela, October 7 (PIA) – The provincial government of Isabela has honored the outstanding cooperatives in the province as part of the celebration of cooperative month this October.
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  • ERMITA, Manila – The National Anti-Poverty Commission – cooperatives sector met on October 14, 2013 at the City State Tower Hotel for the National Conference on Electric Cooperatives to discuss the issue of electric cooperatives (ECs)
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  • Co-op leaders must now work for the welfare of their members – both men and women but with special emphasis on the latter – as the government’s Gender & Development (GAD) Mandate has spread to co-ops.
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  • CARAGA – Like most cooperatives in the Region, the San Francisco Growth Enhancement Multi-Purpose Cooperative (SAFRAGEMC) has had its share of environmental issues since it started operating two decades ago.
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  • “Raising Mission-Driven Cooperatives” – this was the theme of the USSPM Orientation conducted by staff of NATCCO’s Microfinance Innovations in Cooperatives (MICOOP) Program to 60 co-ops during the annual MICOOP Forum on April 9-11, 2013.
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  • PASAY CITY – Representatives of the Department of Finance (DOF) and the Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) debated with the Joint Congressional Oversight Committee on Cooperatives over what may be considered controversial provisions in the new CDA Charter, in a hearing last December 5.
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  • The Charter of the Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) is currently being discussed in Congress and everyone has diverse opinions.
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  • On October 15 at 8:53 a.m., a magnitude 7.2 earthquake originated 12 kilometers underground and shook the entire Central Visayas islands, particularly Bohol and Cebu, all the way to Masbate island and Cotabato in Mindanao.
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  • BULDANA, INDIA -- More than 600 delegates from across the Asia Pacific region met and discussed the role of youth in co-operatives at the recent 6th Meeting of ICA Asia Pacific Committee on Youth Co-operation
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  • The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) cited the NATCCO’s implementation of the Aflatoun Program in the Philippines in the UNICEF Manual on Children’s Financial Education.
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  • The Central Bank has approved the consolidation of six small banks into one stronger bank that would have a branch network in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao.
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  • Here is another way  to help the victims of the Yolanda Super Typhoon that hit the Visayas on November 8, 2013 -  JOIN THE  “YOLANDA RUN”.  The Run’s tagline is “Buhay, Bahay: Itindig Muli”.
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  • CEBU CITY – No less than Insurance Commission(IC) Comissioner Emmanuel Feleciano Dooc, declared that “CLIMBS Life & General Insurance Cooperative is the most progressive cooperative doing micro insurance service in the Philippines.”
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  • This NATCCO wishes to thank those who contributed to the Bohol Earthquake and Typhoon Yolanda Relief Funds last year.  Below is the complete list of donors and beneficiaries: Contributors for Bohol Earthquake Fund Gubat St. Anthony Cooperative                                MSU-IIT MPC                                                     Contributors for Yolanda Relief Fund SACDECO                                                             Panabo MPC                                                      Sorsogon
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  • OTTAWA, CANADA -- Co-operatives in the developing world are improving the livelihoods of their members and Canadian efforts to support those co-operatives are helping them do that.
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  • QUEZON CITY (PIA) – Coconut farmers have a difficult lot.  They use a long bamboo pole to harvest coconuts, endangering life and limb if even a single coconut falls upon them.  Then they manually remove the husk and crack open the inner shell with sharp instruments at risk of losing their
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  • PASAY CITY (PIA) –  The Cooperative Development Authority (CDA), in partnership with the League of Cooperative Development Officers of the Philippines (LDCOP),
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  • MANILA, Philippines – More than 2,000 men, women, and children from all over Metro Manila and surrounding provinces donned rubber gloves, boots, straw hats and brought sacks to clear Manila Bay of garbage.
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  • NAVAL, BILIRAN (PIA) -- After years of engaging in farming, members of a farmers’ cooperative here has ventured into another field, this time as bankers.
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  • BOAC, Marinduque, (PIA) -- The Department of Science and Technology-Provincial Science and Technology Center (DOST-PSTC) recently conducted a training on advanced bleaching and dyeing of abaca –based handicraft.
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