Case presentation - Use of Available Local Materials (HAMPCO)
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A short presentation on how the Handicraft of Aklan Multi-Purpose Cooperative produced and marketed traditional textiles for export.

A short presentation on how the Handicraft of Aklan Multi-Purpose Cooperative produced and marketed traditional textiles for export.

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Case presentation - Use of Available Local Materials (HAMPCO) Case presentation - Use of Available Local Materials (HAMPCO) Presentation Transcript

  • ON C A S E S T U D Y HAMPCO HANDICRAFT OF AKLAN MULTI-PURPOSE COOPERATIVE
    • Organized on December 27, 1989 by Uswag Development Foundation
    • A primary cooperative duly registered on January 15, 1993
    • 379 members as to present
    • Our practices: women empowerment, environment friendly products and fair trade advocacy
    • Membership to Trade Organizations/Affiliations
    • Philippine Fair Trade Forum
    • Philippine Exporters Confederation Inc. (Philexport)
    • Aklan Caucus for Social Development NGO’s
    • Aklan Cooperative Alliance
    • Hugod Aklanon Association
    • Aklan Pina Manufacturers and Traders Association
    • A 3 year project with AusAID-PACAP through Aklan CAN under the project titled “ Tourism through Optimum Utilization of the Resources of Aklan” or TOUR Aklan and one of the projects under TOUR is the “Further Development of the Markets and Services for the Traditional Textile Producers of HAMPCO” Started in December 2002 and ended in May 2008.
    • It is community based project that engage in handloom weaving using indigenous natural fibers available in Aklan such as piña, raffia, and abaca fibers as the major raw materials. This centuries old industry which is part of the tradition, history and culture of Aklan is bringing income to many families in the province.
    • Piña
    • Barong
    • Piña
    • Seda Shawl
    • Abaca
    • Bags
    • Abaca
    • and
    • Piña
    • Fabrics
    • Weavers 60
    • Warpers 12
    • Knotters 200
    • Embroiderers 3
    • Sewer 3
    • 5 BODs
    • 3 Committees (Audit & Inventory, Credit and Election)
    • 6 Full time management staff
    • Production and Marketing Support to members
    • Skills /Enhancement Trainings
    • Constant product development and innovation
    • Strengthen market access
    • Enterprise development
    • Based on 2008 Audited Financial Statement
    • Sales increase of P 109,800.00 or a total annual sales of P 4,389,270.00
    • Total Asset of P 4,955,000.00
    • Total Members Equity of P 2,668,000.00
    • Losses of:
    • Due to flood P 250,635.32
    • Prior years receivables P 44,437.00
    • S -eek a good market
    • T -rain people
    • R -egain what you’ve lost
    • I -nitiate change
    • V -alue big and small things
    • E -valuate results
    • Conclusion:
    • Transparent management is in equitable
    • Cohesive relationship is a must
    • Global economic meltdown
    • Competition with neighboring countries
    • Rising cost of living
    • Balancing profit and social responsibility
    • Decrease orders from buyers
    • Active participation to trade organizations and networking
    • Assistance from various agencies
    • Support from existing buyers
    • Existence of HAMPCO E-Commerce website
    • The global demand on natural and eco-friendly products
    • Thank you...