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  • 1. Pre Summit Conference Workshop on Cooperative Housing May 13, 2014 Sea and Sky Hotel City of San Fernando City, La Union
  • 2. There was a slight increase in the number of registered cooperatives of 90 coops (2010- 11); 74 (2011- 12); 61 (2012- 13). Percentage wise, the trend is slightly decreasing 7.67 % 5.86 % 4.86 % 2010 2011 2012 2013
  • 3. 2010 2011 2012 2013 There was an increase of 103.54% between FY 2010-11; .895% increase between 2011-13; and -0.31% decrease between 2012-13.
  • 4. 2010 2011 2012 2013 12.09 30.85 18.45 There was an increase in total assets in FY 2011 (12.09%); 2012 (30.85 2013 (18.45) however, percentage wise , 2013 decreased by 18.45% as compared to 2012 Total Assets
  • 5. 2010 2011 2012 2013 The volume of business increased by 18.40% in 2011, 18.18% IN 2012 and 37.81 in 2013.% 18.40 % 18.18 % 37.81 %
  • 6. Trend in Graduation to Micro-Small 2010 2011 2012 2013 2010 2011 2012 2013 Except in 2012, micro cooperatives continue to increase in 2010, 2011 and 2013. Small cooperatives doubled in number in 2013. Except in 2011 where small cooperatives decreased slightly
  • 7. 2010 2011 2012 2013 Trend in Graduation to Small-Medium 2010 2011 2012 2013 The medium size cooperatives increased in 2011 and 2012 and slightly decreased in 2013
  • 8. Trend in Graduation to Medium - Large 2010 2011 2012 2013 Large cooperatives steadily increased in 2011 and 2012 and doubled in 2013
  • 9. 2010 2011 2012 2013 2010 2011 2012 2013 Year No. of Operating Coops Reports % 2010 1172 645 58.61 2011 1262 687 56.73 2012 1336 716 66.61 2013 1397 890 Percentage Compliance to Mandatory Reports Assumption 100% Target of Operating Coops the average compliance is 60.65 %
  • 10. Coop Branches & Satellite Name of Coop No. of Branches No. of Satellite NSCC 13 SACDECO 8 1 Sacred Heart SC 10 St. Lucy MPC 4 Sto. Domingo Devt Coop 4 La Union Ladies Coop 2 Tubao Credit Coop 1 PANELCO I 9 Adventist MPC 1
  • 11. Laboratory Coops Province No. of Lab Coop Pangasinan 2 La Union 1 Ilocos Sur 1 Ilocos Norte - Total 4
  • 12. Top 15 Millionaire Cooperatives Name of Coop Address Amt. of PUC 1.Calasiao Plant & Related Co. EMPC Pangasinan 247,353,520.72 2. Tubao Credit Cooperative La Union 210,104,479.51 3. Sta. Cruz Savings & Dev’t. Coop Ilocos Sur 139,892,272.91 4. Lingayen Catholic Credit Coop Pangasinan 111,576,298.31 5. Government of Laoag Employees Development Coop Ilocos Norte 92,657,000.00
  • 13. Top 15 Millionaire Cooperatives Name of Coop Address Amt. of PUC 6. Pangasinan State University MPC Pangasinan 47,587,380.00 7. Sacred Heart Savings Coop Ilocos Sur 45,137,652.77 8. Fatima (Vigan) MPC Ilocos Sur 40,423,888.00 9. Nueva Segovia Consortium of Cooperatives Ilocos Sur 39,325.153.98 10. Saint Augustine MPC Ilocos Sur 31,718,641.24
  • 14. Top 15 Millionaire Cooperatives Name of Coop Address Amt. of PUC 11. Metro Vigan MPC Hospital Ilocos Sur 27,026,000.00 12. Saint Louis Development Coop La Union 25,208,600.00 13. San Joaquin MPC Ilocos Norte 24,374,707.0014 14. Ilocos Norte PNP, Ladies & Civilian Emplys MPC Ilocos Norte 23,244995.26 15. Multi Purpose Cooperative of State Auditors La Union 22,821,701.63
  • 15. Province No. of Accredited EA No. of Accredited Mediator/ Conciliator No. of Accredited TP Pang. 7 - 1 La Union 7 - 1 I.Sur 1 15 1 I. Norte 2 - 1 Accreditations
  • 16. 1.Increase of cooperatives submitting reports 2. Improvement in their operation using the PESOS/PISO analysis and inspection report 3. Employment generation 4. Increase volume of business 5. Increase in equity 6. Membershio expansion 7. Increase in the number of cooperatives with CTE
  • 17.  Progressive cooperative enterprises  Financially stable  Self reliant communities  Socially responsible enterprises  Attained inclusive growth (employment, volume of business and equity)  contribution to poverty reduction
  • 18. Vision 2020 outlines opportunities for cooperatives to grow and identify five critical themes to form part of the co- operative sector agenda
  • 19. These critical themes are: 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
  • 20. Maraming Salamat Po

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