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Review Region 1 PCMTDP

  1. 1. 2011-2016 Philippine Cooperative Medium Development Plan CDA Dagupan Extension Office
  2. 2. The PMTDP for 2010- 2016 translates the President’s development Agenda , as contained in his “Social Contract with the Filipino People” into strategies, policies, programs and activities for the period 2010-2016.
  3. 3. The Social Contract envisions “a country with an organized and widely shared rapid expansion of our economy through a government dedicated to honing and mobilizing our people’s skills and energies as well as the responsible harnessing of our natural resources”.
  4. 4. The attainment of the vision entails changes towards “doing the right things, giving value to excellence and integrity and rejecting mediocrity and dishonesty, and giving priority to others over ourselves. All sectors of society are expected to contribute towards the realization of these development objectives
  5. 5. The cooperatives sector has formulated, through a highly consultative and participative process, the sector’s own complementary blueprint, that they have called “The Co-op Sector 10-Year Strategic Direction- An Integrated and Transformative Cooperative” Sector”.
  6. 6. The strategies was incorporated in Philippine Cooperative Medium-Term Plan (PCMTDP) for 2011- 2016 and will be one of the Cooperative Development Authority’s primary reference in drawing its program thrusts and priorities during the plan period.
  7. 7. “An integrated and transformative cooperative system with a mission to build integrated businesses imbued with cooperative values for the improvement of the quality of life”.
  8. 8. • Safe and sound financial cooperative sector that provides efficient, accessible, and competitive financial and related services. • Efficient and effective cooperative procurement, distribution and marketing channel for co-op products and services.
  9. 9. • Increased number of cooperatives owning and operating environment- friendly, safe, efficient, and sustainable organizations that provide basic services to Members. • Responsive and self-regulating national integrated cooperative advocacy, education and information system. Aligned cooperative businesses
  10. 10. The realization of the collective vision and mission statement will contribute towards the overall realization of the societal goal of poverty reduction and improvement of the quality of life of its members. Therefore, the operations and governance in the cooperative sector as well as the relationships between and among the actors, shall be guided by the following principles: a)subsidiarity, b)autonomy and independence, c)partnership
  11. 11. The ‘Principle of Subsidiarity’ - No government intervention as much as possible and government intervenes only when necessary. This principle may also refer to the extent where government utilizes various levels to manage development initiatives in the cooperative sector. This may be taken to mean that the government may veer away from activities best handled by primary cooperatives, federations and unions. This may also mean that the Local Government Units (LGUs) are to be involved as partners in cooperative development in these areas, consistent with the requisites of local autonomy.
  12. 12. The ,Principle of Autonomy and Independence, defines cooperatives as autonomous, self-help organizations. Along with the principle of partnership and complementation, it also guides cooperatives in their pursuit of growth and development through critical collaboration or strategic alliances with external organizations – including government, non-government organizations (NGOs) and the business sector.
  13. 13. The ‘Principle of Accountability’ refers to the responsible use of power by the leadership and by the institutions to advance general welfare. It requires that those who hold positions of public trust should account for their performance to the public. Effective accountability requires appropriate external feedback and should be linked to appropriate incentive and penalty system.
  14. 14. STRENGTHENING AND ENHANCING DELIVERY MECHANISMS OF THE COOPERATIVE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY STRENGTHENING AND ENHANCING DELIVERY MECHANISMS OF THE COOPERATIVE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY PolicyDirection PROVIDING AN ENABLING ENVIRONMENT FOR THE STRENGTHENING AND DEVELOPMENT OF COOPERATIVES ENSURING LOCAL AND GLOBAL COMPETITIVENESS OF COOPERATIVES PROMOTING COOPERATIVISM AS THE VEHICLE FOR SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION FOR PEOPLE, PLANET, PROSPERITY AND PEACE MASSIVE EXPANSION OF COOPERATIVE MEMBERSHIP
  15. 15. • contains the blue print of the sector strategic directions “ Integrated and transformative” • includes CDA broad policy direction supporting the sector
  16. 16. Expected Outcome Efficient, Effective and Responsive Government Regulatory and Developmental Agency for Cooperatives Policy Requirements 1. Providing opportunities and incentives for CDA to build its collective institutional capacities such as HRD, logistical support, additional personnel and budgetary allocation. 2. Providing organizational development interventions to fine-tune the organizational structure and processes of the CDA to enable it to become a responsive lead Agency for the cooperative sector and enhancing its coordinative functions 3. Passage of amended CDA Charter with full participation of CDA at all levels 4. Integration of CDA in the Regional Development Councils (RDCs) at all levels Policy Direction No. 1 STRENGTHENING AND ENHANCING DELIVERY MECHANISMS OF THE COOPERATIVE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
  17. 17. 1. Institutional strengthening program for the Cooperative Development Authority Strategies a. Institutionalize the conduct of a holistic capacity-building program for CDA personnel. b. Implement the CDA Rationalization Plan . c. Implement a CDA rationalized Human Resource Development (HRD) and other service delivery programs. d. Intensify enforcement of CSC Rules and Regulations, Anti-Red Tape Act (RA 9485), Ethical Standards and other related laws. e. Enhance database management systems and Information Communication Technology (ICT) capability of the CDA. f. Pursue implementation of Quality Managements system (QMS) for ISO certification for the CDA. Programs/Activities/Projects
  18. 18. 2. Installation of mechanisms to improve the regulatory & developmental service delivery of the CDA Strategy a. Prescribing workable standards and improvements in different categories, (e.g. cooperative education, training, auditing, training, research, management systems etc.) to make cooperatives stronger and more accountable. 3. Intensification of the implementation of the provisions of RA 9520, its Implementing Rules and Regulations and other Issuances concerning cooperatives. Strategies a. Monitor compliance to the law. b. Strict enforcement of penalties/sanctions.
  19. 19. 4. Policy Review and Enhancement Strategies a.Revise existing guidelines to conform to the provisions of RA 9520. b. Develop appropriate monitoring tools. c. Develop appropriate performance standards. d. Recommend new policies as necessary. 5. Strengthening of CDA Supervision, Monitoring and Evaluation Functions Strategy a. Develop and implement appropriate mechanisms for supervision, monitoring and evaluation
  20. 20. 6. Awards/Recognition & Incentives Program for Cooperatives Strategy a. Develop and implement an Awards and Recognition Program for cooperatives 7. Formulation of Standards for Cooperatives Strategies a. Develop, implement and monitor compliance to set standards b. Recommend measures to improve institutional capacity of cooperatives c. Develop and recommend a model Code of Good Governance and Ethical Standard for Cooperatives d. Conduct continuing consultation with all stakeholders e. Accredit training providers, external auditors, mediators/conciliators
  21. 21. Policy Direction No. 2 PROVIDING AN ENABLING ENVIRONMENT FOR THE STRENGTHENING AND DEVELOPMENT OF COOPERATIVES Expected Outcome Strong , sustainable and empowered cooperatives Policy Requirements 1. Redefining Roles. The primary role of government shall be regulatory. In line with the principle of subsidiarity, CDA will support the developmental role of the cooperatives. 2. Encouraging stakeholder participation in cooperative development to allow complementation of efforts, maximize use of limited resources and achieve greater strategic impact from collaboration. 3. Internalizing the principles of good governance in the cooperative sector. 4. Providing the appropriate communication and advocacy support for partnership.
  22. 22. Programs/Activities/Projects 1.Strengthening of advocacy for cooperatives 2.Strategies a. Work for appropriate amendments to the CDA Charter b. Develop and implement an appropriate Information, Education, and Communication (IEC)/Advocacy Program 2. Promotion of merger and consolidation of cooperatives Strategies a. Develop a framework for merger and consolidation of cooperatives b. Develop an incentives program for merger and consolidation of cooperatives 3. Strengthening of CDA supervision, monitoring and evaluation functions. 4. Strengthening of federations, unions and partner institutions. 5. Accreditation of federations/unions in the implementation of supervision, monitoring and evaluation functions.
  23. 23. 6. Development and implementation a social marketing program/collaborative communication advocacy program among stakeholders Strategy a. Involve stakeholders in the development and implementation of an appropriate Communication Advocacy and Social Marketing program. 7. Strengthening of linkage with international partners
  24. 24. Expected Outcome Viable, competitive and sustainable cooperatives as engine of growth and development Policy Requirements 1. Ensuring access of cooperatives to global markets and market information. 2. Providing viable linkages and networks to support global competitiveness. 3. Establishment of an appropriate quality system for global competitiveness. 4. Promoting the development and sustainability of competitive products and services of cooperatives and new markets. 5. Creating and sustaining the appropriate environment for partnership among cooperatives, both local and international, local government units, national line agencies, NGOs, POs, and the private sector. Policy Direction No. 3 ENSURING LOCAL AND GLOBAL COMPETITIVENESS OF COOPERATIVES
  25. 25. Programs/Activities/Projects 1. Establishment of a Cooperative Market and Integrated Marketing and Information System Strategies a. Develop productivity for self-reliance b. Adopt Filipino first policy by patronizing Philippine products
  26. 26. 2. Establishment of a Cooperative Financial System Strategy a. Enhance credit and financial services for cooperatives 3. Promotion/Enhancement of businesses of cooperatives in identified priority economic sectors. Strategies a. Establish criteria for prioritization b. Identify and recommend priority areas based on established criteria 4. Building and promotion of cooperatives’ Information, Communication Technology (ICT) capability Strategies a. Formulate ICT standards for adoption by cooperatives b. Monitor compliance to standards and recommend appropriate actions
  27. 27. 5. Expansion of Research and Development and other Extension Services Strategies a.Formulate and recommend agenda and standards for research and development and other extension services b. Conduct periodic monitoring of the status of research, development and other extension services 6. Building and Promotion of International Cooperation Strategies a. Participate in international activities/events as resources may permit b. Encourage access of cooperatives to global markets c. Promote the development of competitive products and new markets.
  28. 28. 8. Encourage the creation of a cooperative office at various Local Government Unit (LGU) levels Strategies a. Intensify advocacy for the creation of a position of Cooperative Development Officer at the LGUs 7. Forging mechanisms for linkage, partnership and collaboration Strategies a. Intensify monitoring of integrated support on cooperative development programs and projects for stakeholders b. Harmonize cooperative plans and programs at all levels
  29. 29. Expected Outcome Strategic and synergistic alliances between and among stakeholders in cooperative development. Policy Direction No. 4 PROMOTING COOPERATIVISM AS THE VEHICLE FOR SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION FOR PEOPLE, PLANET, PROSPERITY AND PEACE
  30. 30. Programs/Activities/Projects 1. Conversion of ECs into genuine cooperatives 2. CDA-Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) convergence 3. CDA-Department of Agriculture (DA) convergence 4. CDA-Department of Transportation and Communication (DOTC) convergence 5. CDA-LGU convergence 6. Intensification of issues and policy advocacy Policy Direction No. 5 MASSIVE EXPANSION OF COOPERATIVE MEMBERSHIP
  31. 31. Half way in its implementation A need to revisit and update the plan to ensure goal attainment of the needs of the sector also to make certain that we are responsive to the socio economic priorities of the Aquino Administration
  32. 32. Policy Direction No. 1 STRENGTHENING AND ENHANCING DELIVERY MECHANISMS OF THE COOPERATIVE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY Policy Requirements 1. Providing opportunities and incentives for CDA to build its collective institutional capacities 2. Providing organizational development interventions to fine- tune the organizational structure and processes of the CDA to enable it to become a responsive lead Agency for the cooperative sector and enhancing its coordinative functions 3. Passage of amended CDA Charter with full participation of CDA at all levels 4. Integration of CDA in the Regional Development Councils (RDCs) at all levels
  33. 33. Programs/Activities/Projects a.Institutionalize the conduct of a holistic capacity- building program for CDA personnel. T1,T2 SDC 1,2,3 b. Implement the CDA Rationalization Plan Disapproved c. Implement a CDA rationalized Human Resource Development (HRD) and other service delivery programs on going d. Intensify enforcement of CSC Rules and Regulations, Anti-Red Tape Act (RA 9485), Ethical Standards and other related laws. continuing e. Enhance database management systems and Information Communication Technology (ICT) capability of the CDA. (1) laptop /CDS-IIs f. Pursue implementation of Quality Managements System (QMS) for ISO certification for the CDA. ISO Certified
  34. 34. Programs/Activities/Projects 4. Policy Review and Enhancement Strategies a.Revise existing guidelines to conform to the provisions of RA 9520. b. Develop appropriate monitoring tools. c.Develop appropriate performance standards. d. Recommend new policies as necessary. PESOS, PISO PAR,SAR 2010 MC=10 2011 MC=27 2012 MC=21 2013 MC=18
  35. 35. Programs/Activities/Projects 5. Strengthening of CDA Supervision, Monitoring and Evaluation Functions Strategy a. Develop and implement appropriate mechanisms for supervision, monitoring and evaluation Creation of ARU 6. Awards/Recognition & Incentives Program for Cooperatives Strategy a. Develop and implement an Awards and Recognition Program for cooperatives. Outstanding Employee PBB
  36. 36. Programs/Activities/Projects 7. Formulation of Standards for Cooperatives Strategies a. Develop, implement and monitor compliance to set standards b. Recommend measures to improve institutional capacity of cooperatives c. Develop and recommend a model Code of Good Governance and Ethical Standard for Cooperatives d. Conduct continuing consultation with all stakeholders e. Accredit training providers, external auditors, mediators /conciliators
  37. 37. Policy Direction No. 2 PROVIDING AN ENABLING ENVIRONMENT FOR THE STRENGTHENING AND DEVELOPMENT OF COOPERATIVES
  38. 38. Programs/Activities/Projects 1. Strengthening of advocacy for cooperatives Strategies a. Work for appropriate amendments to the CDA Charter b. Develop and implement an appropriate Information, Education, and Communication (IEC)/Advocacy Program 2. Promotion of merger and consolidation of cooperatives Strategies a. Develop a framework for merger and consolidation of cooperatives b. Develop an incentives program for merger and consolidation of cooperatives 3. Strengthening of CDA supervision, monitoring and evaluation functions. 4. Strengthening of federations, unions and partner institutions. 5. Accreditation of federations/unions in the implementation of supervision, monitoring and evaluation functions . No takers
  39. 39. Programs/Activities/Projects 6. Development and implementation a social marketing program/collaborative communication advocacy program among stakeholders Strategy a. Involve stakeholders in the development and implementation of appropriate Communication Advocacy and Social Marketing program. 7. Strengthening of linkage with international partners On going
  40. 40. NCDC Conducts CDC Convergences Nationwide
  41. 41. SACDECO Large Category CDO Candon City Coop Leader Divina Quemi
  42. 42. Policy Direction No. 3 ENSURING LOCAL AND GLOBAL COMPETITIVENESS OF COOPERATIVES Policy Requirements 1. Ensuring access of cooperatives to global markets and market information. Launching of online marketing 2. Providing viable linkages and networks to support global competitiveness. FAO-NEDAC 3. Establishment of an appropriate quality system for global competitiveness. 4. Promoting the development and sustainability of competitive products and services 5. Creating and sustaining the appropriate environment for partnership among cooperatives, both local and international, local government units, national line agencies, NGOs, POs, and the private sector
  43. 43. Programs/Activities/Projects 1. Establishment of a Cooperative Market and Integrated Marketing and Information System Strategies a. Develop productivity for self-reliance b. Adopt Filipino first policy by patronizing Philippine products On going Implement the Cooperative Marketing System for Sustainable Agriculture a. On line Market System (Development, Maintenance and Updating of info onsite)
  44. 44. Programs/Activities/Projects 2. Establishment of a Cooperative Financial System Strategy a. Enhance credit and financial services for cooperatives 3. Promotion/Enhancement of businesses of cooperatives in identified priority economic sectors. Strategies a. Establish criteria for prioritization b. Identify and recommend priority areas based on established criteria
  45. 45. Programs/Activities/Projects 4. Building and promotion of cooperatives’ Information, Communication Technology (ICT) capability Strategies a. Formulate ICT standards for adoption by cooperatives b. Monitor compliance to standards and recommend appropriate actions 5. Expansion of Research and Development and other Extension Services Strategies a. Formulate and recommend agenda and standards for research and development and other extension services b. Conduct periodic monitoring of the status of research, development and other extension services
  46. 46. Programs/Activities/Projects 6. Building and Promotion of International Cooperation Strategies a. Participate in international activities/events as resources may permit b. Encourage access of cooperatives to global markets c. Promote the development of competitive products and new markets. ACEDAC - ASEAN Centre for the Development of Agricultural Cooperatives NEDAC - Network for the Development of Agricultural Cooperatives
  47. 47. Programs/Activities/Projects 6. Building and Promotion of International Cooperation Strategies a. Participate in international activities/events as resources may permit b. Encourage access of cooperatives to global markets c. Promote the development of competitive products and new markets. 7. Forging mechanisms for linkage, partnership and collaboration Strategies a. Intensify monitoring of integrated support on cooperative development programs and projects for stakeholders b. Harmonize cooperative plans and programs at all levels
  48. 48. Programs/Activities/Projects 8. Encourage the creation of a cooperative office at various Local Government Unit (LGU) levels Strategies a. Intensify advocacy for the creation of a position of Cooperative Development Officer at the LGUs
  49. 49. Policy Direction No. 4 PROMOTING COOPERATIVISM AS THE VEHICLE FOR SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION FOR PEOPLE, PLANET, PROSPERITY AND PEACE Expected Outcome Strategic and synergistic alliances between and among stakeholders in cooperative development.
  50. 50. Policy Direction No. 5 MASSIVE EXPANSION OF COOPERATIVE MEMBERSHIP Programs/Activities/Projects 1. Conversion of ECs into genuine cooperatives 2. CDA-Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) convergence 3. CDA-Department of Agriculture (DA) convergence 4. CDA-Department of Transportation and Communication (DOTC) convergence 5. CDA-LGU convergence 6. Intensification of issues and policy advocacy Branches, Laboratory Coops, Satellites
  51. 51. It is an attempt “to develop a national co-op sector strategy for development to enhance and complement individual cooperative programs and services, and to facilitate cooperation among cooperatives”. 2012 11,622,479
  52. 52. 2010 2011 2012 64.75% growth 2010-11 8.95% growth 2011-12
  53. 53. 72.33 % Accomplishment
  54. 54. Mainstreaming Cooperative Membership Programs/Activities/Projects 1. Membership expansion a. New Coop b. Existing Coops 2. Establishment of Branches/Satellite 3. Formation of Laboratory Cooperatives 4. Advocacy for merger/consolidation
  55. 55. Branching 5 coops 4coops
  56. 56. Satellite Bauang Rosario
  57. 57. Review and Updating To ensure that your comments, views, suggestions , voice are heard
  58. 58. Policy Direction Assessments Challenges Strategic frameworks Extent of these policies have been implemented (Fully – Partially – Not Implemented)
  59. 59. Policy Direction Assessments Challenges Strategic frameworks Are the policies. programs and priorities addressing that would bring an integrated and transformative sector (Fully- Moderately and Not Addressed)
  60. 60. “An integrated and transformative cooperative system with a mission to build integrated businesses imbued with cooperative values for the improvement of the quality of life”. Policy Direction No. 5 MASSIVE EXPANSION OF COOPERATIVE MEMBERSHIP Policy Direction No. 3 ENSURING LOCAL AND GLOBAL COMPETITIVE- NESS OF COOPERATIVES Policy Direction No. 2 PROVIDING AN ENABLING ENVIRONMENT FOR THE STRENGTHENING AND DEVELOPMENT OF COOPERATIVES Policy Direction No. 1 STRENGTHENING AND ENHANCING DELIVERY MECHANISMS OF THE COOPERATIVE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY Policy Direction No. 4 PROMOTING COOPERATIVISM AS THE VEHICLE FOR SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION FOR PEOPLE, PLANET, PROSPERITY AND PEACE
  61. 61. Policy Direction Assessments Challenges Strategic frameworks Are the policies, programs and priorities addressing that would bring an integrated and transformative sector? (Fully- Moderately and Not Addressed)
  62. 62. Policy Direction Assessments Challenges Strategic frameworks Most probable scenarios emerging in the socio economic landscape and fast changing technologicval environment
  63. 63. Policy Direction Assessments Challenges Strategic frameworks Difficulties/inconsistencies in implementation : legislation; regulatory framework; Institutional framework; environmental concerns; and economic structure
  64. 64. Challenges Strategic Framework Strategies Programs Policies Action Plans
  65. 65. Policy Directions Expected Outcomes Policy Requirements P/P/As Status Remarks

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