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This presentation shows how to organize a cooperative and how to register a cooperative.

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Organizing and Registering a Cooperative Organizing and Registering a Cooperative Presentation Transcript

  • FIRST Get organized. You must have at least 15 members to do that.
  • • Thrift and savings mobilization among members • Fund generation and providing loans to members for productive and provident purposes • Systematic production and marketing • Providing goods and services • Developing the expertise and skills of members
  • • Acquiring lands and providing housing services • Promoting and advancing the economic, social and educational status of the members • Establishing, owning, leasing and operating cooperative banks, wholesale and retail complexes, insurance and agricultural/industrial processing enterprises and public markets
  • • Coordinating and facilitating the activities of the cooperatives • Advocating the cause of the cooperative movement • Ensuring the viability of cooperatives through the utilization of new technologies • Encouraging and promoting self-help or self-employment as engines for economic growth and poverty alleviation
  • • Common problems to be solved and basic needs to be provided • Classify your cooperative Who may become members of a primary cooperat What are the kinds of memberships in the cooper Can government officers and employees join a coope
  • SECOND Reserve your proposed cooperative name.
  • THIRD Prepare a general statement called an economic survey.
  • FOURTH Prepare the cooperative’s by-laws.
  • By-laws • contain the rules and regulations governing the operation of the cooperative • set of rules that determines how a cooperatives is to be run without confusion
  • FIFTH Prepare the articles of cooperation.
  • SIXTH Secure bond of accountable officer(s).
  • SEVENTH Execute Treasurers Affidavit.
  • EIGTH Complete the Pre- Membership Education Seminar (PMES).
  • NINTH Register your cooperative with the Cooperative Development Authority (CDA).
  • • 30 days • considered approved if no action was made, unless application himself causes the delay