29th Annual General Assembly of SACDECO

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29th Annual General Assembly of SACDECO

  1. 1. 29th Annual General Assembly Theme: Members Empowerment Through Shared Vision, Values and Responsibilities
  2. 2. Our warmest congratulations to the members, officers staff on the ocassion of your 29th GA Meeting with the theme Members Empowerment Through Shared Vision, Values and Responsibilities
  3. 3. The meaning of empowerment abounds like self esteem. self efficacy, competency, or intentional on going process centered in the cooperative or local communities, involving mutual respect, critical reflection, caring and group participation through which people lacking in equal share gain greater access to and control over those resources (Cornell Empowerment Group, 1989)
  4. 4. or simply a process by which people gain control over their lives and where their is democratic participation in their cooperative or community (Rappaport, 1987)
  5. 5. Empowerment is a construct that links individual strengths and competencies, natural helping system ans proactive behavior to social policy and social change (Rappaport, 1981, 1984
  6. 6. Empowerment theory link individual well being with the larger social and political environment
  7. 7. Empowerment oriented interventions focuses in identifying capabilities, provide opportunities for the members to develop knowledge and skills
  8. 8. Theories of empowerment include both a processes and outcomes that the results is being empowered. So that your theme suggest that it is a process that members participates through shared vision, values and responsibilities and the outcome improve networks, coalitions, growth, success
  9. 9. Vision 2010 by ICA outlines opportunity for cooperatives to grow. To pursue the 2020 Vision, ICA outlines five critical themes to form part of the co-operative sector's agenda
  10. 10. 1 Elevate participation within membership and governance to a new level 2 Position co-operatives as builders of sustainability 3 Build the co-operative message and secure the co-operative identity 4 Ensure supportive legal frameworks for co-operative growth 5 Secure reliable co-operative capital while guaranteeing member control
  11. 11. Millionaire Cooperatives in Region 1 1 Calash Plant & Related Companies Employees' MPC 2 Tubao Credit Cooperative 3 Sta. Cruz Savings and Development Cooperative 4 Lingayen Catholic Credit Cooperative 5 Government of Laoag Employees Development Coooperative (GLEDCO) Top 5
  12. 12. 1 Calasiao Plant & Related Companies Employees' MPC 2 Tubao Credit Cooperative 3 Sta. Cruz Savings and Development Cooperative 4 Lingayen Catholic Credit Cooperative 5 Government of Laoag Employees Development Coooperative (GLEDCO) Paid Up Capital Top 5
  13. 13. Total Assets 1 Sta. Cruz Savings and Development Cooperative 2 Tubao Credit Cooperative 3 Calasiao Plant & Related Companies Employees' MPC 4 Government of Laoag Employees Development Coooperative (GLEDCO) 5.Lingayen Catholic Credit Cooperative Top 5
  14. 14. Net Surplus 1 Calasiao Plant & Related Companies Employees' MPC 2. Sta. Cruz Savings and Development Cooperative 3.Tubao Credit Cooperative 4.Government of Laoag Employees Development Coooperative (GLEDCO) 5.Lingayen Catholic Credit Cooperative Top 5
  15. 15. Top Ranking for Ilocos Sur 1 Sta. Cruz Savings and Development Cooperative 2 Sacred Heart Savings Cooperative 3 Fatima (Vigan) Multi Purpose Cooperative 4 Nueva Segovia Consortium of Cooperatives 5 Saint Augustine Multi Purpose Cooperative
  16. 16. The substitute bill will weaken the CDA
  17. 17. Opposition of the CDA The CDA opposes: a) The abolition of development function of CDA.Unconstitutional to remove the mandate of the CDA (equity, social justice and econ devt0. b) The change of term of office of the members of the Board of Administrators (BOA), except the Chairman, from full-time to part-time basis (weakening of the administrative organization of the CDA by making the policy- makers part-time)
  18. 18. c) The proposal making the Chairman as full- time Administrator and Chief Executive Officer at the same time. d) The abolition of the rule-making power of the Authority Opposition of the CDA
  19. 19. Opposition of the CDA e) Delegation of regulatory function of CDA to cooperative federation and unions f) No increase in the plantilla positions and budget, and
  20. 20. Proposal of the CDA The CDA proposes not to amend the CDA charter at all in the meantime. Instead, initiatives should be directed towards the amendment of the Cooperative Code of 2008. 1.The following, among others, are the suggested areas of amendment.
  21. 21. Proposal of CDA 2. Amend Article 137 of the Cooperative Code of 2008 to grant CDA quasi- judicial power to resolve intra- cooperative conflicts involving election of officers and conflicts between officers and members;
  22. 22. Proposal of the CDA 4. Include in the classification of cooperative agriculture cooperatives and to re-classify types of cooperatives to reflect major groups of cooperatives; and 5. Re-define the use of CETF to accommodate the idea of creating a Cooperative College (education, training and research for cooperatives)
  23. 23. MPAPC Agreement 1. One position for CDA thru BOA Resolution 2. All BOA Full time 3. Absorption of all CDA personnel 4. Retain policy making of Board 5. Not to repeal but to amend RA 6939
  24. 24. Coops, as primary sector to tell our Senators to support position of the CDA Why are we telling it?

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