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  • 1. 2012 CDA Dagupan Performance Report
  • 2. Table of Contents Mandate , Vision and Mission 1 Core Values 2 Executive Summary Ray R. Elevazo, Regional Director 3 Summary of Special Orders Issued by the Regional Director 8 Review of Performance Josefina B. Bitonio, Supervising CDS 10 Cooperative Branches and Their Addresses Evelyn B. Muñez, Senior CDS - Registration Unit 22 Ilocos Region Briefer Review of Performance Josefina B. Bitonio, Supervising CDS 26 Provincial briefer (Pangasinan, La Union, Ilocos Sur and Ilocos Norte) Josefina B. Bitonio , Supervising CDS 29 Gawad Parangal Awardees Van Ian F. Enriquez , Senior CDS - CRIT Unit 40 Top 5 Performing Cooperatives Filipina H. Porio, Head , Adhoc Regulatory Unit 42 Top 25 Millionaire Cooperatives Jocelyn I. Vasquez , CDS-II, MIS 44 Accredited Training Provider CEA and Training Provider Van Ian F. Enriquez Senior CDS - CRIT Unit 46 RCDC Officers Van Ian F. Enriquez Senior CDS - CRIT Unit 47 Masterlist of Accredited Cooperative External Auditor (Individual) Van Ian F. Enriquez Senior CDS - CRIT Unit 47 Accomplishment Report of the Legal Unit Van Ian F. Enriquez, Senior CDS - CRIT Unit 50 Summary of PDAF Released Jacqueline L. de Leon , Focal Person – Cooperative Project Development Assistance Unit 51 Outstanding Women Leaders Corazon A. Martin , Senior CDs CPAD Unit 53 Cooperative Products Jacqueline L. de Leon , Focal Person – Cooperative Project Development Assistance Unit 54 CDA Most Outstanding Employee – Regional Level Ma. Lenie Magdalena. Fiesta, HRMA 56 Directory of CDA DEO Personnel Jocelyn I. Vasquez , CDS II, MIS 59 Statement of Management’s Responsibility for Financial Statements Jovita M. Cuison, Accountant-I 61 Detailed Balance Sheet Jovita M. Cuison, Accountant-I 62 Report on Income Ana Lisa O. Pimentel, Cashier 64 Detailed Statement of Income and Expenses (Comparative) Jovita M. Cuison, Accountant I 65 Table of Contents
  • 3. MANDATE Promote the viability and growth of cooperatives as instruments of equity, social justice and economic development in fulfillment of the mandate in section 15, Article XII of the Constitution. MISSION To ensure safe and sound operation of cooperatives VISION An effective and efficient regulatory agency working towards the development of viable, sustainable socially responsive and globally competitive cooperatives. 1 2
  • 4. Executive Summary The Cooperative Development Authority – Dagupan Extension Office (CDA DEO) as the lead government agency in cooperative promotion, development and regulation in Region I endeavors to continually focus its efforts and resources on the sole mission of ensuring the safe and sound operation of cooperatives. Journeying onward to the overall vision of Agency that is an effective and efficient regulatory agency working towards the development of viable, sustainable, socially responsive and globally competitive cooperatives, the CDA DEO, with its thirty three (33) technical and administrative personnel, commit to be among the building blocks that would support, reinforce and complement the efforts and resources of the central and other extension offices in order for said vision to be fully realized. With the CDA 3-Point Agenda as the flagship program, we hereby present what the CDA DEO accomplished for the year 2012 within the socio-economic and environmental context of the region we primarily serve – Region I, and as guided by the 2012 Work and Financial Plan of the extension office. At this point, it is well to remember that the CDA DEO started its operation on May 2, 1991 in compliance with Sec (3) of Republic Act 6939. Its main objectives are geared towards registration and development of cooperatives in Region I in consonance with the overall CDA plans and programs. In brief, Region I is composed of the provinces of Pangasinan, La Union, Ilocos Sur and Ilocos Norte. According to the latest National Statistics Coordination Board (NSCB) Statwatch data, it has a total population of 4,546,789. Of the stated population count, the Commission on Election (COMELEC) Region I reports that the registered voters count to 2,800,508. With a Gross Regional Domestic Product (GRDP) amounting to Php 40,737,475,000.00 as of 2009 and a Php 854.30 Billion total investments generated as of the 3rd Quarter of 2011, poverty is still very present in the region. Thus, the NSCB rated Poverty Incidence of Families based on 2009 data at 17.8% and an Annual per Capita Poverty Threshold at Php 17,768.00. In addition unemployment rate is at 7.9% while the GRDP Growth Rate is at 1.0%. 3 4
  • 5. One of the three point agenda of the CDA is the Expansion of Cooperative Membership. The program has a timeline for four years (2011-2014). Among the strategies implemented by Dagupan Extension office are: integration of campaign for membership during PMES, Attendance to General Assemblies, Mentoring and other technical assistance, fora, encouragement for the millionaire cooperatives to establish their branches or satellite offices and use of mass media (newspaper and radio programs). With a voting population of 4,546,789, the total cooperative members for region I is 1,068,135 as of December 2012. Environmentally, the region offers a wide array of natural resources. However, it is frequently visited by weather disturbances and floods that affect the overall productivity of the region. Vis-a-vis the above-stated backdrop and with our participation in the generation of local investments and strengthening of the local market through our regulatory and developmental functions, with the end-view of resisting poverty and unemployment through transformative cooperative development, we present herewith our accomplishments. To initially name the significant ones, the CDA DEO was rated the 5thTop Performing Region for 2012 among the 16 Extension Offices during the 2nd Management Performance Assessment and Planning Conference (MPAPC) held on August 15-17, 2012 at Quezon City, In addition, as far as cooperative branching is concerned, the CDA DEO has issued 23 Certificates of Authority to the following cooperatives: Nueva Segovia Consortium of Cooperatives (11); Sta. Cruz Development Cooperative (8); Sacred Heart Savings Cooperative (6); Saint Lucy MPC (1); and Sto. Domingo Development Cooperative (1). Region I has 181 millionaire cooperatives. In detail, Pangasinan province has 98; La Union 32; Ilocos Sur 27 and Ilocos Norte 24 (Figure 2). Per data from BIR Regional Office I, a total of 277 Certificate of Tax Exemption were given to various cooperatives: Pangasinan 150; La Union 55, Ilocos Sur 29 and Ilocos Norte 43 (Figure 3). 150 55 29 43 Pangasinan La Union Ilocos Sur Ilocos Norte Figure 3 Data on the Number of Cooperatives with CTE 98 32 27 24 Pangasinan La Union Ilocos Sur Ilocos Norte Figure 2 Data on the Number of Millionaire Cooperatives in Region I Dissolved Cooperatives 79 Operating Cooperatives 1257 Cooperative Monitoring Per Province As Dec.31, 2012 5 6
  • 6. Cooperative Monitoring Per Province AS OF DECEMBER 31, 2012 Type PANG LU IS IN TOTAL Dissol ved Total Operating Cooperative ARC 13 2 17 9 41 0 41 CB 0 1 1 1 3 0 3 Consumer 74 16 5 14 109 6 103 Credit 53 29 39 34 155 6 149 Federation 4 2 2 3 11 1 10 Marketing 21 2 5 1 29 0 29 Multi-Purpose 479 141 135 184 939 64 875 Producer 9 4 2 5 20 1 19 Service 6 2 1 4 13 1 12 Transport 1 3 0 0 4 0 4 Union 1 1 1 1 4 0 4 Workers 1 0 0 1 2 0 2 Health 0 0 2 0 2 0 2 Dairy 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 Electric 2 0 0 0 2 0 2 Housing 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 TOTAL 664 204 210 258 1336 79 1257 ARC CB Consu… Credit Feder… Mark… Multi-… Produ… Service Trans… Union Work… Health Dairy Electric Housi… 41 3 103149 10 29 875 19 12 4 4 2 2 1 2 1 Total Operating Cooperative As of December 31, 2012 Special Order No. Date Subject 7 7-Jan Performance review and 2012 Strategic Direction Conference 4 9-Jan Creation of Information Campaign Team on Electric Cooperatives 1 11-Jan Attendance to the Planning Workshop and Staff Development Seminar 2 11-Jan Creation of Special Units 3 12-Jan Attendance to the ICT Congress 5 1-Feb Attendance in the Practice and Tune Up Game 6 3-Feb Reconstitution of the Promotion and Selection Board (PSB) 7 23-Mar Designation of Personnel 9 2-Apr Designation as Staff of Adhoc Regulatory Unit and Additional work Assignments 8 2-Apr Designation as Chief - Cooperative Research, Information and Training Unit 10 17-Apr Attendance to the 2nd Quarter Meeting and Planning Workshop 11 11-May Attendance to Staff Meeting 13-A 14-May Inspection Team for Bacarra Cooperative Training and Marketing Center 12 27-Jun Designation of Representatives to the Regional Inter-Agency Councils, Committees and Other Related Groupings 14 25-Jul Authority to Drive Official Vehicle of the Extension Office 15 14-Aug Attendance to the 3rd Quarter Staff Meeting and Planning Workshop 16 5-Sep Attendance at the Enhancement Training for CDA Technical Personnel Tract-II 7 8
  • 7. 17 5-Sep Addendum to So No. 21 dated May 24, 2012 on Local Transportation Monitoring Committee 18 7-Sep Designation of Personnel to Constitute as Pool of Trainers and Support Staff 19 10-Sep Designation as Officer-In-Charge 21 1-Oct Participation to the Regional Gender Summit for Cooperatives 24 16-Oct Attendance to the Cooperative Development Officers' Conference 25 19-Oct Attendace to the Joint Regional and Provincial CMC 31-Oct Cooperative Advocacy Run 27 5-Nov Verification for Applicants of Special Purpose CGS Related to Rice Importation 26 14-Nov Conduct of Special Inspection on Identified Cooperatives 30 6-Dec Orientation-Briefing for CDA Personnel on Supervision and Regulatory and Cooperative Advocacy Run 29 7-Dec Authority to Inspect Cooperatives in La Union 31 10-Dec Focal Person for Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) 33 28-Dec Additional Functions and Designation of Technical Personnel January 9, 2012 Role of HRMA in the Weekly Conduct of Flag Raising Ceremony January 9, 2012 Procedural Flow of CGS Processing and CAPR Encoding Memorandum RAY R. ELEVAZO Regional Director 2012 Review of Performance By: Josefina B. Bitonio Supervising CDS The CDA Dagupan Extension Office (CDA-DEO) started its operation on May 2, 1991 in compliance with Sec (3) of Republic Act 6939. The main objectives are geared towards registration and development of cooperatives in Region I in consonance with the overall CDA plans and programs. The CDA DEO is headed by Dir. Ray R. Elevazo, Regional Director and supported by 32 personnel comprising of 21 technical staff and field personnel and 11 administrative support staff. For the year in review, the measurement of performance is based on verifiable, observable, credible, and sustainable indicators of performance along: a) Registration; b) Regulatory; Development of Cooperatives; and Institutional variables. The performance review aims to ensure transparency and accountability in the implementation of the Authority’s Major final Outputs, through the conduct of appropriate communications strategy including the publication of the said report to the Extension Office website. Performance appraisal is critically important for any organization. The CDA has an overall plan starting from goal setting, performance measurement, regular performance feedback, employee recognition and documentation of the overall progress and challenges The annual performance review is both the end and the beginning of the performance management cycle. Below is the synopsis and assessment of the 2012 calendar year completed. 9 10
  • 8. On the review of performance, the registration unit with a maximum point rating of 30% on the overall performance, attained the following rating: 1st quarter (23.75%); 2nd Quarter (25.16); 3rd Quarter (26.56%); and 4th Quarter (28.05%), respectively. The overall annual rating was 25.88%. The performance of Registration Unit was consistently high per quarterly performance. This can be accorded to the active facilitation and assistance of the CDA Field Personnel and on time support of the administrative staff as well as the Registration Team. The Registration Unit is responsible in the planning, advisory, mentoring and monitoring of all the plans /programs/activities of the Extension Office along the areas of: registration of cooperatives, registration of amendments of the articles of cooperation and by laws, implementation of the cooperative information system, rationalization of the registry of cooperatives, purging of the registry of cooperatives, physical maintenance and management of records and posting of the official list of registered cooperatives. Figure 1 shows the Registration Performance per Quarter, FY 2012 . For the quantifiable indicators, the registration Unit reported: • Total Operating Cooperatives 1,336 • New Registered 74 cooperatives • Registered 411 Amendments of the Article of Cooperation and By Laws • Posted Official List at various levels: (1) Regional (4) Provinces (9) Cities and (114) Municipalities The Adhoc Regulatory Unit (ARU) has a maximum point rating of 40% on the overall performance of the Regional Office. This means that the bulk of performance is being implemented and monitored by ARU. Insofar as the performance is concerned, the ARU attained the following rating: 1st quarter (25.28%); 2nd Quarter (36.78%); 3rd Quarter (30.62%); and 4th Quarter (28.92%), respectively. The overall rating was 30.4%. The performance of ARU was all time high on the 2nd Quarter and reduced by 6.16% by 3rd Quarter and 1.7 % by the 4th Quarter. Nonetheless, the overall annual performance was 30.4%. (See Figure 2) The reason for the decline of performance can be attributed to the moderate compliance of cooperatives in the submission of statutory reports. The ARU is tasked in the supervision and monitoring of cooperatives’ compliance to administrative requirements, issuance of Certificate of Good Standing, inspection and evaluation of cooperatives, evaluation of the financial and institutional records of cooperatives, provision of legal services and provision of mediation and conciliation services to cooperatives. 11 12
  • 9. For the quantifiable indicators, the Adhoc Regulatory Unit and Legal Unit reported:  Inspected 705 cooperatives CAPR reviewed, evaluated, and analyzed 750 Evaluated cooperatives based on COOP parameters 692 Evaluated cooperatives based on PESOS parameter 475 CGS application 1185 Issued show cause orders 158 Insofar as the development of cooperatives which has a bearing of 20% on the overall performance, the CDA-DEO performed consistently high from Quarters 1- 4, FY 2012. In particular, the rating for the 1st Quarter was 20%, 2nd Quarter (18.91%), 3rd Quarter (19.72%), and 4th Quarter (19.41%) while the overall annual rating was 19.51% (See Figure 3). The Research and Information and the Project Development Assistance Units were responsible for the planning and implementation of plans/programs/activities namely: implementation of the 3 point agenda, celebration of the International Year of Cooperative (IYC), reproduction of information communication materials, other advocacy related activities, research and development, intervention programs and projects for cooperatives, collaboration and coordination of programs and projects for cooperative development, Gender and Development Program, KALAHI, strengthening of the Cooperative Development Councils and the management of loan collections, unliquidated grants and subsidies and collection of CDA loans, facilitate liquidation of grants and subsidies due from NGOs, and Pos and recovery of interest on investments. 13 14
  • 10. The institutional variables cover the general administration and support services such as the human resource development (conduct of HRD activities by the Central Office, conduct of staff meeting, creation of Ad Hoc Regulatory Unit; planning services; income collection of the CDA) and maintenance and updating of the EO website. Figure 4 shows that CDA DEO have been consistently high (10% maximum points out of 100%) in the implementation and attainment of its institutional targets. This is attributed to the responsive HRD programs, constant meetings, open dialogue and communication and the able leadership of the Regional Director with all the personnel (technical and administrative) supporting and cooperating in all programs, meetings, implementation of the awards and recognition program, provision of need - based capacity building activities attendance to various trainings as called by the Central Office. For the year being reviewed. CDA-DEO attended the 1st Human Resource Development activity in Bohol Province. and won as 3rd Place Best in Uniform and several parlor games. For the quantifiable indicators, the Project Development Assistance Unit and Research, Information and Training Unit reported: • No of coordinations/monitoring of CDCs: 65 • Linkaging and partnership with various Government Organizations: 34 • Linkaging & partnership with various Non Government Organizations: 11 • Technical assistance in the conduct of training: 302 • Mentoring cooperatives: 863 • Number of cooperative members benefited: 6351 • Membership: 409,147 new members and increase of members of the existing cooperatives 65 CDC s 863 Mentoring 302 Training 11 Linkaging 15 16
  • 11. For the quantifiable indicators • Staff meeting 80 meetings • National HRD to Bohol, Palawan • Field personnel attended Tract 2 Technical Training • Staff Development and Enhancement 2 On another milestone, income is another variable by which CDA is being monitored for its performance. Income generation is a tool to achieve economic growth in any country. Moreover, it is a means of raising the required public revenue, but also as an essential fiscal instrument for managing the economy. With a target of P 1M CDA DEO was able to collect P1,280,939.63 (See Table in Income and Figure 5 ). . 17 18 Month Collection March 152430.52 April 109010.6 May 102755.65 June 139162.36 July 268172.5 August 127988 September 146600 October 140467 November 94353 December 47228 1,280,939.63 - 500,000.00 1,000,000.00 1,500,000.00 Target Accomplishment 1,000,000.00 1,280,939.63 Figure 5: Target vs Accomplishment in Income
  • 12. One of the three point agenda of the CDA is the Expansion of Cooperative Membership. The program has a timeline for four years (2011-2014). Among the strategies implemented by Dagupan Extension office are: integration of campaign for membership during PMES, Attendance to General Assemblies, Mentoring and other technical assistance, fora, encouragement for the millionaire cooperatives to establish their branches or satellite offices and use of mass media (newspaper and radio programs). Under the developmental intervention programs/projects for cooperatives, a total of P9,300,000.00 were released to 31 cooperative-beneficiaries. The fund in terms of grants came from various legislators. To sum it up, CDA Dagupan Extension Office was rated 88.46% in its overall performance along the four major areas of concern: Areas of Concern Target (%) Accomplishment (%) Registration 30 28.05 Regulatory 40 31 Development of Cooperatives 20 19.41 Institutional 10 10 Overall Performance 100 88.46 For 2012, the monthly performance for membership expansion is reflected below Membership Expansion Program Membership Trends 2010-2012 Membership 2010 2011 2012 Target 123,077 338,462 338,462 Accomplishments 246,127 405,514 409,147 19 20
  • 13. Memorandum Circular 2011-17 on the policy and guidelines in the establishment of cooperative branch. Said MC spells out the elements of a branch operation such as: office with signage, operational structure together with manual of operation, management staff, operation plan and budget, books of accounts, full business operations, cooperative activities including but not limited to acceptance application of membership, conduct of PMES, sectoral/district/chapter meetings and display of the following: Certificate of Registration, Certificate of Authority and business plate permit. Along this policy and guidelines, two of the biggest cooperatives in Ilocos Sur namely: Santa Cruz Development Cooperative (SACDECO), a primary cooperative based in Sta. Cruz, Ilocos Sur and Nueva Segovia Consortium of Cooperatives (NSCC) a secondary cooperative pioneered in establishing branches in other regions. SACDECO has a total asset of P 725 M with eight branches namely: Ilocos Sur (Santiago and Bantay); La Union (Bangar and Bacnotan); Pangasinan (Villasis, Asingan and Bayambang) and Nueva Ecija (San Jose). To cater to OFW members, it has opened a satellite office in Hongkong. On the other the hand, the NSCC located in Caoayan, Ilocos Sur has branches strategically located in: Ilocos Norte = Laoag City, Cabugao, Batac City, Pagudpud Ilocos Sur= Vigan City, Sta.Maria, Caoayan, La Union= Bauang Pangasinan= Urdaneta City, CAR= Baguio City. The NSCC have provided 115 employment and they have a total assets of P 140 M 21 22 Consistent with the State policy to promote the growth and viability of cooperatives as instrument of social justice, equity, and economic development, the Authority issued Source: Planning Unit
  • 14. COOP BRANCH ADDRESS 1 Poblacion, Sta. Maria, Ilocos Sur 2 Holy Child of Prague Parish Compound, Brgy. Concepcion, Cervantes, Ilocos Sur 3 2nd Floor Cabugao Food Court Plaza, Cabugao, Ilocos Sur 4 #4 Delicia Building, Washington St., Nalupta, Batac City, Ilocos Norte 5 2nd Floor, Tres Martires Building, Tres Martires St., Laoag City, Ilocos Norte 6 #07 De Guzman St., Central West, Bauang, La Union 7 Unit 305 Lyman Ogilby Centrum, Magsaysay, Baguio City 8 Don Alejandro Quirolguico, Caoayan, Ilocos Sur 9 Sitio Regra, Poblacion 2, Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte 10 NSCC Plaza, Don Alejandro Quirolguico, Caoayan, Ilocos Sur 11 Urdaneta City, Pangasinan COOP BRANCH ADDRESS 1 2/F Belarde Building, Poblacion Norte, Santiago, Ilocos Sur 2 Marcos District, Santa, Ilocos Sur 3 Leobeth Building, Consolacion St., Poblacion, Bacnotan, La Union 4 #5 Processional Road, Central East, Bangar, La Union 5 201 P. Ramos St., Poblacion West, Asingan, Pangasinan 6 2/F R&L Building, Poblacion Zone I, Villasis, Pangasinan 7 Gabriel Building, M.H. del Pilar, Bayambang, Pangasinan 8 Brgy. Abar 1st, Zone 6, Daan Maharlika, San Jose City, Nueva Ecija 1 B & L Bldg., San Jose, Narvacan, Ilocos Sur 2 De Leon Bldg., Abaya St., San Isidro, Candon City, Ilocos Sur 3 Diocesan Bldg., Brgy. II, San Fernando City, La Union 4 Cabaroan, San Emilio, Ilocos Sur 5 Rosario, La Union Sacred Heart Savings Cooperative SACDECO 23 24 Head Office Vigan Laoag Batac Cabugao Baguio Bauang Sta. Maria Pagudpu d Cauayan Urdaneta Cervante s
  • 15. Coop Branch Address 1 San Esteban, Ilocos Sur 2 Gregorio del Pilar, Ilocos Sur 3 Poblacion, Quirino, Ilocos Sur St. Lucy MPC The Ilocos region or Region I (Ilokano: Rehion ti Ilocos, or Deppaar ti Ilocos ; Pangasinan: Rihiyon na Sagor na Baybay na Luzon). It is bounded by the Cordillera Administrative Region and Cagayan Valley to the east, Central Luzon to the south and by the South China Sea to the west. The Region is composed of 3, 394 Local Government Units (LGUs) broken down as four (4) provinces, nine (9) cities, 116 municipalities, and 3265 barangays. Based on the 2010 National Statistics Office Survey, it has a total population of 4,748,372. Its regional center is San Fernando City, La Union, La Union. The Ilocano-speaking people comprise 66% in the region, the Pangasinan-speaking people compose 27%, and the Tagalog-speaking compose 3% and other-speaking dialects compose 4% Ilocos Region Briefer Region 1, envisioned as the powerhouse on agribusiness and tourism by the Regional Development Council (RDC-1) is located in the northwestern portion of Luzon. Home of several past Presidents, birthplace of heroes. A region bursting of history. A place of warm smiles and friendly embraces. Sto. Domingo Development Cooperative 25 26 1 Arzadon’s Heritage, Barangay 2, Anao, Piddig, Ilocos Norte 2 Pasuquin, Ilocos Norte 3 Paoay, Ilocos Norte 4 Dingras, Ilocos Norte EVELYN B. MUÑEZ Senior CDS, Registration Unit
  • 16. 547,284 632,255 720,972 2,645,395 Figure 6: Region 1 Population (2007) Province Capital Population Area Pop. Density -2007 (km²) (per km²) Ilocos Norte Laoag City 547,284 3,399.30 151.3 Ilocos Sur Vigan City 632,255 2,579.60 230.3 La Union San Fernando City 720,972 1,493.10 440.7 Pangasinan Lingayen 2,645,395 5,368.20 453.4 Dagupan City 149, 554 37.23 3,427 Bagnet Festival Bangus Festival 27 28
  • 17. Independent City 1 Component cities 3 Municipalities 44 Barangays 1,333 Districts 6 Voting Population 1,651,814 (Dec.2012) Income Classification 1st Class Provincial Briefer POVERTY INCIDENCE While the whole country posted a minimal 1.1 percent decline in poverty rate from last year, the picture was rosier in Pangasinan which attained a hefty 9.5- percent growth in its campaign to improve the people’s quality of life. Pangasinan's best: Romana's Peanut brittle, tinapang bangus (smoked milkfish), patis and bagoong, bangus (milkfish), native sweets like pastillas and yema. 29 30 PANGASINAN comprises 58% of the total population. It has a total land area of 1, 297, 260 hectares. The overall picture as reported by the National Statistical Coordination Board (NSCB) based on the Family Income and Expenditure Survey (FIES) conducted by the National Statistics Office (NSO) in July last year showed that the country’s poverty incidence rate went down from 23.4 percent in 2006 to 22.3 percent in 2012. The same survey indicated, however, that Pangasinan registered a sharp drop of 9.5 percent from 26.5 to 17 percent for the same comparative years. (www.pangasinan.gov.ph)
  • 18. Name of Cooperative Development Specialists and Area of Assignment EDILBERTO G. Alaminos City 17 UNSON Agno 4 Anda 5 Dasol 5 Infanta 4 Sual 13 Lingayen 15 San Carlos City 29 92 MARICEL G. Basista 3 RUEDAS Urbiztondo 6 Bayambang 13 Malasiqui 15 Sta. Barbara 13 Bautista 4 Sto. Tomas 3 Tayug 5 San Manuel 15 Asingan 12 89 MARCELA B. Alcala 16 BUTAY Binalonan 10 Pozorrubio 12 Laoac 6 Sison 8 Villasis 21 Urdaneta City 27 San Quintin 9 109 JOCELYN I. Bani 8 VASQUEZ Bolinao 5 Bugallon 11 Calasiao 16 40 JACQUELINE L. Burgos 5 DE LEON Mabini 2 Binmaley 7 Labrador 2 Mangatarem 17 Aguilar 6 39 MYLENE M. San Fabian 16 MAZO Mangaldan 13 Mapandan 8 San Jacinto 19 Manaoag 15 Dagupan City 28 99 IMELDA S. Balungao 21 FRONDA Natividad 13 San Nicolas 12 Sta. Maria 8 Rosales 24 Umingan 39 117 31 32 Name of Cooperative Development Specialists and Area of Assignment
  • 19. La Union Local Products are: Sea Urchin - locally known as "Maratangtang". This thorny seafood is popular aphrodisiac and a favorite delicacy among the Ilocanos; Variety of daing is sold on the stalls. You can find dried espada, bangus, pusit, sapsap, dalag- baybay and many others on each of the stalls. Prices vary from stall to stall. Remember to ask for discounts if you are going to buy in bulk; Beautiful pots are on display as you pass by in Barangay Taboc, San Juan, La Union.; quality softbrooms; Diru or honeybee; and Basi is the native Ilocano wine ARNOLD F. San Fernando City 51 OLOTEO Alilem 7 Banayoyo 4 Candon City 26 Galimuyod 2 90 POVERTY INCIDENCE The overall picture as reported by the National Statistical Coordination Board (NSCB) based on the Family Income and Expenditure Survey (FIES) conducted by the National Statistics Office (NSO) in July last year showed that La Union’s poverty incidence rate went down from 21.9 percent in 2006 to 19.8 percent in 2012. CONSTANCIA Bagulin 2 A. DE GUZMAN Burgos 3 Bauang 10 Naguilian 11 Caba 11 Pugo 2 Rosario 5 Agoo 13 Sto. Tomas 4 Tubao 7 Luna 23 91 Component City 1 Municipalities 19 Barangays 576 Districts 2 Voting Population 431,019 Income Classification 1st Class 33 34 Name of Cooperative Development Specialists and Area of Assignment La Uni on
  • 20. BERNIE C. Aringay 12 MEMBRERE Bacnotan 19 Balaoan 3 Bangar 7 Santol 3 Sudipen 4 San Juan 6 San Gabriel 8 Sta. Cruz 6 Sta. Lucia 9 Sta. Maria 8 85 Iloco s Sur POVERTY INCIDENCE The overall picture as reported by the National Statistical Coordination Board (NSCB) based on the Family Income and Expenditure Survey (FIES) conducted by the National Statistics Office (NSO) in July last year showed that Ilocos Sur’s poverty incidence rate went down from 17.5 percent in 2006 to 17 percent in 2012. Component Cities 2 Municipalities 32 Barangays 768 Districts 2 Voting Population 385,553 Income Class 1st Class 35 36
  • 21. TERESITA B. Bantay 12 BUNOAN Cabugao 11 San Ildefonso 1 San Juan 8 San Vicente 4 Sto. Domingo 9 G. Del Pilar 2 Lidlida 4 Narvacan 15 Santiago 1 Quirino 3 Burgos 3 Cervantes 3 Salcedo 1 Santa 3 Sigay 1 Tagudin 13 Suyo 3 San Emilio 1 Sugpon 1 San Esteban 4 103 RAYMUND N. Caoayan 3 PILORIN Magsingal 4 Sinait 10 Vigan City 28 Badoc 7 Batac 26 Component Cities 2 Municipalities 21 Barangays 557 Districts 2 Voting Population 361,977 Income Classification 1st Class Ilocos Norte Currimao 4 Espitiru 5 Marcos 8 Pinili 4 Nueva Era 4 Paoay 8 Solsona 13 San Nicolas 15 139 37 38 Name of Cooperative Development Specialists and Area of Assignment
  • 22. BOB P. Adams 2 HOOVER Bacarra 16 Bangui 8 Burgos 3 Carasi 3 Dumalneg 1 Laoag City 49 Pagudpud 21 Pasuquin 9 Piddig 9 Sarrat 13 Vintar 16 Dingras 14 164 POVERTY INCIDENCE The overall picture as reported by the National Statistical Coordination Board (NSCB) based on the Family Income and Expenditure Survey (FIES) conducted by the National Statistics Office (NSO) in July last year showed that Ilocos Norte’s poverty incidence rate went down from 16.3 percent in 2006 to 11 percent in 2012. 39 40 Most Outstanding Primary Cooperative SACDECO, Sta. Cruz, Ilocos Sur
  • 23. Most Outstanding Coop Leader CEO Divina C.Quemi of NSCC Most Outstanding CDO Candon City Cooperative Development Office Top 5 Performing Cooperatives COOPERATIVE NAME PAID-UP CAPITAL 1 Calasiao Plant & Related Companies Employees‘ MPC 215,775,802.05 2 Tubao Credit Cooperative 210,891,651.66 3 Sta. Cruz Savings and Development Cooperative 111,765,990.64 4 Lingayen Catholic Credit Cooperative 110,140,612.13 5 Government of Laoag Employees Development Coooperative 75,280,000.00 COOPERATIVE NAME ASSETS 1 Sta. Cruz Savings and Development Cooperative 633,668,133.22 2 Tubao Credit Cooperative 629,920,161.14 3 Calasiao Plant & Related Companies Employees‘ MPC 282,865,698.44 4 Government of Laoag Employees Development Cooperative 248,502,648.97 5 Lingayen Catholic Credit Cooperative 233,483,228.38 COOPERATIVE NAME NETWORTH 1 Callasiao Plant & related Co. Employees MPC 287,359,613.55 2 Tubao Credit Cooperative 250,664,837.48 3 Sta. Cruz Savings & Dev elopment Cooperative 175,857,247.22 4 Lingayen Catholic Credit Cooperative 126,350,730.75 5 Government of Laoag Employees Development Coooperative 80,551,824.72 As of December, 2012 41 42
  • 24. TOP 5 - NET SURPLUS COOPERATIVE NAME 1 Calasiao Plant & Related Companies Employees' Credit Cooperative 36,356,380.01 2 Sta. Cruz Savings and Development Cooperative 30,434,082.76 3 Tubao Credit Cooperative 20,154,858.44 4 Metro Vigan Cooperative Hospital 12,116,312.00 5 Government of Laoag Employees Development Coooperative 9,160,982.49 TOP 5 - MEMBERSHIP (COMMUNITY- BASED) COOPERATIVE NAME 1 Tubao Credit Cooperative 26,000 2 Sta. Cruz Savings and Development Cooperative 15,928 3 Lingayen Catholic Credit Cooperative 12,102 4 Sacred Heart Savings Cooperative 7,142 5 Batac Producers Marketing Coop 4,500 TOP 5 - VOLUME OF BUSINESS COOPERATIVE NAME 1 Sta. Cruz Savings and Development Cooperative 549,143,780.00 Tubao Credit Cooperative 378,470,987.62 3 Government of Laoag Employees Development Coooperative 210,443,391.91 4 Calasiao Plant & Related Companies Employees' Credit Cooperative 204,284,611.16 5 Fatima (Vigan) MPC 184,067,486.00 Source: ARU-CDA-DEO (2012) COOPERATIVE NAME PAID-UP CAPITAL 1 Calasiao Plant & Related Companies Employees' Credit Cooperative 215,775,802.05 2 Tubao Credit Cooperative 210,891,651.66 3 Sta. Cruz Savings and Development Cooperative 111,765,990.64 4 Lingayen Catholic Credit Cooperative 110,140,612.13 5 Government of Laoag Employees Development Coooperative 75,280,000.00 6 Pangasinan State University Multi Purpose Cooperative 40,805,480.00 7 Fatima (Vigan) Multi Purpose Cooperative 37,250,361.00 8 Saint Augustine Multi Purpose Cooperative 31,689,105.24 9 Nueva Segovia Consortium of Cooperatives 27,712,589.14 10 Sacred Heart Savings Cooperative 27,649,436.87 11 Metro Vigan Cooperative Hospital 27,066,700.00 12 Ilocos Norte PNP, Ladies and Civilian Employees Multi Purpose Cooperative 24,501,938.00 13 Saint Louis Development Cooperative 22,039,100.00 14 San Joaquin Multi Purpose Cooperative 20,859,162.00 15 Multi Purpose Cooperative of State Auditors (MULTI COSA) 18,878,300.00 16 Suyo Multi Purpose Cooperative 18,717,009.05 17 Movers Multi Purpose Cooperative 16,349,900.00 18 Sto. Domingo Development Cooperative 15,787,902.93 19 Teachers Association of Pangasinan (TAP) Multi Purpose Cooperative 15,524,481.83 20 Pozorrubio Market Vendors Credit Cooperative 13,501,869.05 TOP 25 COOPERATIVES BY PAID-UP CAPITAL As of December 31, 2012 (Based on CAPR/AFS) 43 44
  • 25. 20 Pozorrubio Market Vendors Credit Cooperative 13,501,869.05 21 Mangaldan National High School Faculty, Employees and Retirees Multipurpose Cooperative 12,455,344.59 22 Coliling Farmers' Savings & Credit Cooperative 11,712,220.00 23 Sugpon Multi-Purpose Cooperative 11,660,735.00 24 Candon City Government Employees Multi Purpose Cooperative 11,579,854.46 25 Sugpunan SISA Magsingal Multi Purpose Cooperative 11,002,657.48 Source: MIS-CDA-DEO (2012) Accredited Training Provider Name Address Contact Number 1 Nueva Segovia Consortium of Cooperatives Nueva Segovia St., Vigan City, Ilocos Sur 077-722-3281 2 Provincial Cooperative Union of Ilocos Norte Sarrat, Ilocos Norte 077-772-0322 3 La Union Provincial Cooperative Union San Fernando City, La Union 0928-482-6992 4 Northwestern University Marcos Ave., Laoag City, Ilocos Norte 077-782-2084 45 46 TOP 25 COOPERATIVES BY PAID-UP CAPITAL As of December 31, 2012 (Based on CAPR/AFS) Pangasinan NAME ADDRESS CEA NO. Effectivity of Accreditation CONTACT NO. 1 Amalia Giron- Dela Cruz Sta. Barbara, Pangasinan 163 Nov. 18, 2010 Nov. 17, 2013 09177421716 (075) 523 -2248 2 Santiago M. Domagas Urdaneta City, Pangasinan 199 December 15, 2010 December 14, 2013 568-5710/568- 2588 3 Jaime B. Manaois Sta. Barbara, Pangasinan 275 January 25, 2011 January 24, 2014 (075) 518-2130 / 09185406997 MASTERLIST OF ACCREDITED COOPERATIVE EXTERNAL AUDITOR (INDIVIDUAL) As of June 3, 2013 Track II at Caoayan, Ilocos Sur Source: RIT Unit (2012)
  • 26. Chairman : Ray R. Elevazo -Regional Director Director CDA-Dagupan Vice Chairman: Divina Quemi - Nueva Segovia Consortium of Cooperaives Secretary: Teddy Villamil - LGU Dagupan City Treasurer: Dr. Beverlyn Peralta – NFA Western, Pangasinan Auditor: Gemma Macusi- Provincial Government, La Union Source: CRIT Unit (2012) 47 48 MASTERLIST OF ACCREDITED COOPERATIVE EXTERNAL AUDITOR (INDIVIDUAL) As of June 3, 2013 NAME ADDRESS CEA NO. Effectivity of Accreditation CONTACT NO. 4 Rudy Sombrito Villasis, Pangasinan 276 January 25, 2011 January 24, 2014 5 Atty. Henry Onia 2nd Flr., Oregon Bldg., San Jose Drive, Alaminos City, Pangasinan 398 Feb. 22, 2011 Feb. 21, 2014 (0920) 9282573 6 Nelson Nacar Poblacion, Alaminos City 399 Feb. 22, 2011 Feb. 21, 2014 (0939) 1124012 7 Michael Armas #28 Taloy, Malasiqui, Pangasinan 394 Feb. 22, 2011 Feb. 21, 2014 (075) 536-2317 NAME ADDRESS CEA NO. Effectivity of Accreditation CONTACT NO. 1 Mariño D. Sagun Baraoas Norte, Naguilian, La Union 0075 October 26, 2010 October 25, 2013 2 Jocelyn Purugganan Rizal Avenue, San Fernando City, La Union 0272 January 25, 2011 January 24, 2014 (072) 700-4402 / 700-0799 3 Erlindo N. Licup Catbangen, San Fernando City 0273 January 25, 2011 January 24, 2014 (072) 888 5466 / 09198416868 4 Gil Deleña Luna St., San Fernando City, La Union 0274 January 25, 2011 January 24, 2014 (072) 700-5053 / 09209015339 5 Librada B. Obiano Central West, Bauang, La Union 0277 January 25, 2011 January 24, 2014 (072) 705 2644 6 Sabina A. Gamboa Brgy. San Marcos, Agoo, La Union 0279 January 25, 2011 January 24, 2014 (072) 710-1871 / 09189482375 7 Rodolfo B. Octavo Doña Paca St., Ilocanos Sur, San Fernando City, La Union 0531 March 15, 2011 March 14, 2014 (072) 607-8436 8 Nellie Mariñas- Galvan Cacapian, San Juan, La Union 0604 April 7, 2011 April 6, 2014 (0926)6260140 /0915 4155383 LA UNION PANGASINAN Source: CRIT Unit (2012)
  • 27. MASTERLIST OF ACCREDITED COOPERATIVE EXTERNAL AUDITOR (PARTNERSHIP/FIRMS) As of December 31, 2012 NAME ADDRESS CEA NO. Effectivity of Accreditation CONTACT NO. 1 F.S. Andres & Co., CPAs c/o Fidelino Andres UCCP Cmpd., Rizal St., Brgy. 7-A, Laoag City, Ilocos Norte 0049-AF Feb. 22, 2011 Feb. 21, 2014 (077) 773- 2702/(092 0) 804- 7797 2 Butay-Lapat & Andrada Co. c/o Maryjems B. Lapat 312 Ferguson Road, Guisad, Baguio City 0071-AF April 18, 2011 April 17, 2014 ILOCOS NORTE 1 Juan T. Agustin San Lorenzo, San Nicolas, Ilocos Norte 0164 Nov. 18, 2010 Nov. 17, 2013 09193806 408 2 Oscar M. Agpaoa Laoag City, Ilocos Norte 0198 December 15, 2010 December 14, 2013 0917- 619-6663 3 Raymundo M. Bustamante Brgy. Saludares, Dingras, Ilocos Norte 0278 January 25, 2011 January 24, 2014 09208685 759 4 Evelyn Corpuz Brgy. 1, Carasi, Ilocos Norte 0397 Feb. 22, 2011 Feb. 21, 2014 09208685 759 49 50 Accomplishment Report of the Legal Unit As of December 31, 2012 Month No. of Cooperatives Issued Show Cause order No. of Cooperatives Issued Order of Dissolution No. of Cooperatives Issued Order of Cancellation Jan 16 Feb 22 March 12 April 16 May 27 June 36 July 27 Aug 24 Sept 20 Oct 16 Nov 15 Dec 28 Total 180 79 Source: Legal Unit CDA-DEO (2012) Source: RIT Unit CDA-DEO (2012) Source: RIT Unit CDA-DEO (2012)
  • 28. PDAF Beneficiaries CONGRESSMAN JOSE R. PING-AY Name of Cooperative Address Grant 1 Bayanihan MPC Palali Sur, Sta. Lucia, Ilocos Sur 50,000.00 2 Catayagan Farmers MPC Brgy. Catayagan, Sta. Lucia, IS 50,000.00 3 Conconig East MPC Brgy. Conconig East, Sta. Lucia, IS 50,000.00 4 Creative Consumers Coop c/o City Cooperative Office, San Carlos City, Pangasinan 100,000.00 5 Dagupan City TODA MPC No. 342 Lasip Grande, Dagupan City, Pangasinan 50,000.00 6 Fatima MPC Vigan City, Ilocos Sur 100,000.00 7 Free Farmers MPC Cabugao, Ilocos Sur 50,000.00 8 ISFOL MPC Binmaley, Pangasinan 75,000.00 9 Light Bringers Christian MPC Sta. Lucia, Ilocos Sur 50,000.00 10 Lingayen Catholic Credit Coop Lingayen, Pangasinan 100,000.00 11 Lugarba MPC Bario-an, Tagudin, Ilocos Sur 50,000.00 12 NIA Region I MPC Urdaneta City, Ilocos Sur 50,000.00 13 Nueva Segovia Consortium of Coops Vigan City, Ilocos Sur 100,000.00 14 Nueva Segovia Consortium of Coops Vigan City, Ilocos Sur 200,000.00 15 PCU - Ilocos Norte Sarrat, Ilocos Norte 100,000.00 16 SACDECO Sta. Cruz, Ilocos Sur 5,000,000.00 17 Sacred Heart Dev't. Coop Galimuyod, Ilocos Sur 200,000.00 18 San Joaquin MPC Brgy. 1 Sarrat, Ilocos Norte 75,000.00 19 Sarrat Namnama MPC Brgy. 10, San Miguel, Sarrat, IN 50,000.00 20 St. Rose of Lima MPC Domalandan, Lingayen, Pang. 50,000.00 21 Sto. Domingo RIC Livelihood MPC San Pablo, Sto. Domingo, I. Sur 50,000.00 22 Sugpon MPC Sugpon, Ilocos Sur 75,000.00 23 Sugponan Sisa Magsingal MPC Magsingal, Ilocos Sur 75,000.00 24 Tagudin MPC Tagudin, Ilocos Sur 50,000.00 25 Tagudin NHS MPC Tagudin, Ilocos Sur 50,000.00 26 Turod MPC Turod, Cabugao, Ilocos Sur 50,000.00 TOTAL 6,900,000.00 FROM CONGRESSMAN ROBERT RAYMUND ESTRELLA 1 Balete MPC Brgy. San Leon, Umingan, Pang 1,000,000.00 2 Gulayan, Anihan at Sakahan sa Kaunlaran MPC Carmen West, Rosales, Pangasinan 500,000.00 3 Mahogany MPC Brgy. Esperanza, Umingan, Pang. 800,000.00 TOTAL 2,300,000.00 Source: CPDA Unit CDA-DEO (2012) 5251
  • 29. Cooperative Products 53 54 CDA Most Outstanding Women Leaders Regional Level
  • 30. Mr. Edilberto G. Unson Regional winner Second Level category of the 2012 Search for the Most Outstanding CDA Employee 2012 Search for the Most Outstanding CDA Employee Regional Level Mr Unson presently assigned as Cooperative Development Specialist II (1995 to present) and the focal person for Pangasinan (2010 to present). He has been responsible in the regular conduct of coordination meetings among his team, monitoring of programs/projects/activities conducted in the province of Pangasinan. He is very dedicated in his work and can even devote his weekend to serve his cooperators. He never complains and follows his superiors’ directive. He is polite, courteous and punctual.55 Cooperative Products 56
  • 31. 57 58 Ms. Renee Faye DG. Cariño, Regional winner, First Level Category of the “2012 Search for the Most Outstanding CDA Employee”. She has been a permanent employee of this extension office since October 28, 2005 discharging with zeal the duties and responsibilities of CDA Most Outstanding Employee of the year – Regional Level Administrative Aide IV and is known for her reliable standard of performance. She carries-out additional functions as dictated by the exigencies which from time to time occur as brought about by the operational and administrative dynamics of the office.
  • 32. CDA-DEO Staff RAY R. ELEVAZO Regional Director JOSEFINA B. BITONIO Assistant Reg'l. Dir CORAZON A. MARTIN Sr. CDS-CPDAS EVELYN B. MUNEZ Sr. CDS-Registration VAN IAN ENRIQUEZ Sr. CDS-CRITS /Acting Attorney III LUCILA M. CACCAM CDS-II Registration JACQUELINE L. DE LEON CDS-II/ Regulatory MARICEL G. RUEDAS CDS-II Legal Asst. REGIONAL TECHNICAL STAFF JOCELYN I. VASQUEZ CDS-II MIS/Webmaster PANGASINAN EDILBERTO G. UNSON CDS-II ARLENNE C. ESPINOZA CDS-II /Regulatory FILIPINA H. PORIO CDS-II /Regulatory MYLENE M. MAZO CDS-II MARCELA B. BUTAY CDS-II IMELDA S. FRONDA CDS-II LA UNION ARNOLD F. OLOTEO CDS-II BERNIE C. MEMBRERE CDS-II CONSTANCIA A. DE GUZMAN CDS-II 6059
  • 33. 61 62 ILOCOS SUR TERESITA A. BONUAN CDS-II RAYMUND N. PILORIN CDS-II ILOCOS NORTE BOB LEONARD P. HOOVER CDS-II PRIMO B. RESPICIO CDS-II ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF JOVITA M. CUISON Accountant I ANA LISA O. PIMENTEL Admin Officer III DELIA E. CALAGUIN Admin Asst. II MA. LENI MAGDALENA A. FIESTA Admin Asst. II AMOR T. VALDEZ Admin Aide VI RENEE FAYE DG. CARINO Admin Aide IV MYLA C. LADEMORA Admin Aide IV RODRIGO G. FERRER Admin Aide IV PEDRO M. DE GUZMAN Admin Aide IV EFREN C. PACAT Admin Aide I
  • 34. 61 62 Republic of the Philippines Cooperative Development Authority Dagupan Extension Office Dagupan City STATEMENT OF MANAGEMENT’S RESPONSIBILITY FOR FINANCIAL STATEMENTS The management of Cooperative Development Authority is responsible for all information and representations contained in the accompanying Balance Sheet as of December 31, 2012 and the related statements of Income and Expenses and Cash Flow for the year then ended. The financial statements have been prepared in conformity with generally accepted state accounting principles and reflect amounts that are based on the best estimates and informed judgement of management with an appropriate consideration to materiality. In this regard, management maintains a system of accounting and reporting which provides for the necessary internal controls to ensure that transactions are properly authorized and recorded, assets are safeguarded against unauthorized use or disposition and liabilities are recognized. JOVITA M. CUISON RAY R. ELEVAZO Chief, Financial and Management Head of Agency/Authorized Office/Comptroller Representative COOPERATIVE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY Dagupan Extension Office Detailed Balanced Sheet As of December 31, 2012 (Regular Agency Books) ASSETS 2012 2011 Current Assets Cash Petty Cash Fund 2,000.00 2,000.00 Receivables (Note 5) Loans Receivables 1,167,428.98 1,167,428.98 Due from NGOs and Pos 12,938,080.00 12,938,080.00 Advances to Officers and Employees 10,071.32 7,355.09 Receivables-Disallowances and Charges 879,261.26 885,696.76 Other Receivables 18,561.73 13,824.85 Total Receivables 15,013,403.29 15,012,385.68 Inventories Office Supplies Inventory 10,173.65 27,064.05 Accountable Forms Inventory 7,282.00 8,664.00 Other Supplies Inventory 0.00 7,234.30 Total Inventories 17,455.65 42,962.35 Prepayments (Note 6) Prepaid Rent 118,592.10 118,592.10 Other Prepaid Expenses 5,000.00 5,000.00 Total Prepayments 123,592.10 123,592.10 Total Current Assets 15,156,451.04 15,180,940.13
  • 35. 63 64 Property, Plant and Equipment (Note 7) Office Buildings 927,192.09 927,192.09 Office Equipment 104,175.00 104,175.00 Furniture and Fixtures 297,926.00 297,926.00 IT Equipment and Software 314,399.00 314,399.00 Communication Equipment 48,602.00 48,602.00 Motor Vehicles 580,689.40 580,689.40 Other Property, Plant and Equipment 77,646.96 77,646.96 Total Property, Plant and Equipment 2,350,630.45 2,350,630.45 Less:Accumulated Depreciation 1,566,666.02 1,507,782.92 Property, Plant and Equipment - Net PHP 783,964.43 PHP 842,847.53 TOTAL ASSETS PHP 15,940,415.47 PHP 16,023,787.66 LIABILITIES AND EQUITY 2012 2011 Current Liabilities Accounts Payable PHP 0.00 PHP 76,970.70 Due to Officers and Employees 32,286.00 98,487.00 Other Payables 100,000.00 0 Due to BIR 78,513.43 75,204.27 Total Current Liabilities 210,799.43 250,661.97 Equity Government Equity, January 1, 15,773,125.69 13,069,350.81 Retained Operating Surplus Current Operations -37,074.15 2,839,928.26 Disposal of Unserviceable Assets 0 -13,435.20 Prior Year's Adjustments -6,435.50 -149,718.18 Net Retained Operating Surplus -43,509.65 2,676,774.88 Government Equity, December 31 15,729,616.04 15,773,125.69 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY PHP 15,940,415.47 PHP 16,023,787.66 Report of Income For the Year Ended December 31, 2012 ( With Comparative Figures for CY 2011) 2012 2011 Registration Fees PHP 92,484.80 PHP 176,323.80 Amendment Fees 837,237.39 752,570.73 Certification Fees 121,850.00 239,250.00 Miscellaneous Fees 310,960.69 130,600.00 TOTAL 1,362,532.88 1,298,744.53
  • 36. 65 Detailed Statement of Income and Expenses For the Year Ended December 31, 2012 (Regular Agency Books) 2012 2011 Income Subsidy from National Government (Note 8) PHP 24,653,492.73 PHP 19,734,197.24 Less:Reversion of Unused NCA 254,783.26 147,723.07 Subsidy Income - Net 24,398,709.47 19,586,474.17 Miscellaneous Income 0.19 0 Total Income 24,398,709.66 19,596,474.17 Less: EXPENSES Personal Services Salaries and Wages-Regular Pay 8,445,240.00 7,798,083.44 Personnel Economic Relief Allowance (PERA) 768,000.00 762,000.00 Representation Allowance (RA) 78,000.00 78,000.00 Clothing/Uniform Allowance 160,000.00 128,000.00 Personnel Insentive Allowance (PIA) 64,000.00 62,000.00 Hazard Pay 1,113.80 1,145.40 Longevity Pay 35,000.00 25,000.00 Cash Gift 160,000.00 159,375.00 Year-end Bonus 744,000.00 679,188.25 Life and Retirement Insurance Contributions 1,001,651.76 935,739.65 PAG-IBIG Contributions 38,000.00 38,100.00 PHILHEALTH Contributions 87,000.00 65,850.00 ECC Contributions 38,000.00 37,855.00 Other Personnel Benefits 253,000.00 536,940.00 Total Personnel Services 11,873,005.56 11,307,276.74 66 Insurance Expenses 6,516.88 6,388.26 Depreciation - Office Building 27,815.76 27,815.76 Depreciation - Furniture and Fixtures 2,107.20 2,296.20 Depreciation - IT Equipment and Software 28,960.14 35,114.40 Total Maintenance and Operating Expenses 12,562,778.25 5,439,269.17 Total Expenses 24,435,783.81 16,746,545.91 EXCESS OF INCOME OVER EXPENSES PHP (37,074.15) PHP 2,839,928.26 Subsidy - Others 9,400,000.00 2,800,000.00 Extraordinary & Miscellaneous Expenses 94,000.00 94,000.00 Taxes, Duties and Licences 1,983.12 4,652.18 Fidelity Bond Premiums 15,000.00 12,753.75
  • 37. The Cooperative Pledge As a Filipino I am and I believe in the Cooperative. alone I am weak But with others I am strong. So I commit myself to work to cooperate, For all to be prosperous. Harmony, industry I will value. Cooperative affairs I will attend. Responsibilities I will assume. The cooperative philosophy I will live. One vision, one belief, one feeling, In cooperativism, my life I pledge So help me God. PHILIPPINE COOPERATIVE MEDIUM TERM DEVELOPMENT PLAN 2011-2016 Policy No. 1 Strengthening and enhancing delivery mechanism, of the CDA; 2 Providing an enabling environment for the strengthening and development of cooperatives 3 Ensuring local and global competitiveness of cooperatives 4 Promoting cooperativism as vehicle for social transformation for people, planet, prosperity and peace 5 Massive expansion of cooperative membership