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Philippine's celebration on the international year of cooperatives 2012

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Philippine's celebration on the international year of cooperatives 2012

  1. 1. PHILIPPINE INTERNATIONAL YEAR OF COOPERATIVES 2012 PHILIPPINE INTERNATIONAL YEAR OF COOPERATIVES 2012 Presented by Jo B. Bitonio Regular RCDC Meeting, January 10,2012 Sea & Sky Restaurant, San Fernando City,, La Union PHILIPPINE INTERNATIONAL YEAR OF COOPERATIVES 2012
  2. 3. In relation to this, the Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) created a National and Steering Committee to celebrate the Philippine IYC 2012, composed of cooperative federations /unions, government institutions, academes, cooperative party lists and other relevant institutions tasked to plan, develop and implement programs and activities at the national
  3. 4. Philippine Theme: Transformative Cooperatives for People, Planet, Prosperity and Peace
  4. 5. <ul><li>With the theme &quot;Transformative Cooperatives for People, Planet, Prosperity and Peace&quot;, the Philippine IYC 2012 aims: </li></ul><ul><li>to increase public awareness about cooperatives and their contributions to advance the 4P's for sustainable development, </li></ul><ul><li>engage government to create policy environment conducive to the formation, growth and stability of coops, and </li></ul><ul><li>to advance the 5 priority areas, the PCMTDP and CDA 3 point agenda </li></ul>
  5. 6. The country's number one resource is its people. Enhancing therefore their capabilities, developing their potentials and harnessing their skills must take precedence over other priorities knowing that countries that have not developed their human capital are now penalized by slow growth. Today, the cooperative movement in the country with some 7 million members, are one with the new President in advancing a collectivist counter culture as its response to countervail against the dominant paradigm of poverty, powerlessness, violence and corruption.
  6. 7. Topics to be discussed in relation to the nurture and protection of our environment are : 1) Investors Forum on Community Based Forest Management; 2) Environment Protection, Waste Management, and Climate Change; 3) Food Security and Sustainable Agriculture; and 4) Power Forum; 5) Seminar on Sustainable Agriculture and Ecology Environmental Awareness Activities including Rehabilitation of Mangroves, Reforestation of Denuded Areas, and Upland Tree Growing
  7. 8. The spirit of cooperativism shines through amidst the darkness of poverty and social inequities. Where people are poor because they are powerless to craft their destiny, where hunger looms because of social injustice as the mode of production and basic utilities are controlled by a few, where people are in dire economic difficulties because of lack of opportunities, skills and capabilities, it is during this time when cooperatives thrive best.
  8. 10. Levelling off on the definition of terms: Transformative Co-operatives - are the kind of Co-operatives that stimulate, cause, produce, provoke, prompt, make, bring about.... change <ul><li>Change - is associated with development / paradigm shift. (growth, advancement, expansion, progress, improvement). </li></ul><ul><li>But what kind of development are the Co-operatives (Sector and the CDA) advance? </li></ul>
  9. 11. Sustainable kind of development - it is the kind of growth that closes inequities that promotes fairness, justice, indiscrimination, equality, proportion, balance without impeding (obstruct, hinder, hamper, delay, block, slow down ) the rights of the future generations to live sustainably.
  10. 12. 4P's of SD = People, Planet, Prosperity & Peace - is the interdependent and mutually reinforcing pillars of Sustainable Development. It is beyond economic values. It is interconnection: What happens to one part, affects the others. Are the Co-op’s development initiatives adhere to the 4P’s bottom lines?
  11. 13. If the Rotarians have their 4-way test, we, the Co-ops should also have our 4-P’s test on our development initiatives
  12. 14. PLANET? Does it advance Ecological conservation, Respect for biodiversity, Use of appropriate technology, Promotion of community based resource management for environmental soundness and favourable work environment? PROSPERITY? Does it endorse Food security, Economic viability, Growth with Equity and Greater access to opportunities of marginalized communities? PEACE? Does it encourage Respect for cultural diversity, National sovereignty, Unity and Global cooperation. PEOPLE? Does it promote Social justice, Equity, Gender sensitivity, Participation, Full human potential, Cultural, moral and spiritual sensitivity, Self-determination, Sustainable population? The 4-P’s test on our development initiatives:
  13. 15. The brand of co-operative that we will be showcasing in the IYC and beyond...
  14. 16. Philippine IYC Goals: <ul><li>To increase public awareness about co-operatives and their contributions to advance People, Planet, Prosperity & Peace of Sustainable Development. “MAKILALA ANG KOOPERATIBA”. </li></ul>3.To influence policy makers to make the right policy environment conducive to the formation, growth and stability of co-operatives. “ MAGKAROON NG ANGKOP NA BATAS PARA SA IKALALAKI AT IKATATATAG NG KOOPERATIBA”. 2.To strengthen and unite the co-operative movement. ‘MAPALAKAS AT MAPAG-ISA ANG KOOPERATIBA”.
  15. 17. GOAL 1: To increase public awareness about co-operatives and their contributions to advance People, Planet, Prosperity & Peace of Sustainable Development. “MAKILALA ANG KOOPERATIBA”. <ul><li>Increased knowledge and understanding about co-operatives among : </li></ul><ul><ul><li>The general public (including young pro and social entrepreneurs) </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>The politicians (including influential leaders/persons) </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>The possible co-operative members </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>The current co-operative members </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Other stakeholders (local & international) </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Formed Local & global alliances (short and long-term) </li></ul><ul><li>Leveraged our size to show force </li></ul>
  16. 18. GOAL 2: To strengthen and unite the co-operative movement. ‘MAPALAKAS AT MAPAG-ISA ANG KOOPERATIBA”. <ul><li>Advanced the 3-point agenda </li></ul><ul><li>Advanced the summit agreements </li></ul><ul><li>Advanced the Social Performance Management (SPM) to measure the impact of the Co-operative Sector’s development initiatives </li></ul>
  17. 19. GOAL 3: To influence policy makers to make the right policy environment conducive to the formation, growth and stability of co-operatives. “ MAGKAROON NG ANGKOP NA BATAS PARA SA IKALALAKI AT IKATATATAG NG KOOPERATIBA”. <ul><li>Advocated co-operative issues and appropriate action solicited from policy makers. </li></ul><ul><li>2. Leveraged our size, diversity & impact to influence policy makers. </li></ul>
  18. 20. Goal 1: Strategies: <ul><li>Engage the quad-media & all co-ops nationwide </li></ul><ul><li>Model Co-op’s best practices thru the 4P’s </li></ul><ul><li>Conduct activities that will show Co-op’s force </li></ul>
  19. 21. Goal 2 Strategies: <ul><li>CDA to anchor proposed activities covered by 1-yr under the 2 goals to advance the agenda </li></ul><ul><li>PCC to anchor proposed activities covered by 1-yr under the 2 goals to advance the agreements </li></ul><ul><li>Educate the Co-ops regarding the Social Performance Management </li></ul>
  20. 22. Goal 3: Strategies: <ul><li>Identify major issues that affect the Co-op sector backed up by studies where the sector can participate </li></ul><ul><li>Generate all issues that surfaced from the forums conducted </li></ul><ul><li>Formation of National Leaders who shall champion the advocacies on several issues and who shall create the legacy initiatives that will live beyond 2012 </li></ul><ul><li>Show of force </li></ul>
  21. 23. Philippine International Year of Cooperatives (IYC) celebration (Oct ‘11 – Oct ‘12) Transformative Co-operatives for People, Planet, Prosperity & Peace. Goal 1 “ MAKILALA ANG KOOPERA-TIBA”. <ul><li>Engage the quad-media & all co-ops nationwide </li></ul><ul><li>Model Co-op’s best practices thru 4P’s </li></ul><ul><li>Conduct activities that will show Co-op’s force </li></ul>Goal Strategies Outcomes <ul><li>Increased knowledge and understanding about co-operatives among : </li></ul><ul><ul><li>The general public </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>The politicians </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>The possible co-operative members </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>The current co-operative members </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Other stakeholders (local & international) </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Formed Local & global alliances (short and long-term) </li></ul><ul><li>Leveraged our size to show force </li></ul>
  22. 24. Philippine International Year of Cooperatives (IYC) celebration (Oct ‘11 – Oct ‘12) Transformative Co-operatives for People, Planet, Prosperity & Peace. Goal Strategies Outcomes Goal 2 ‘ MAPALAKAS AT MAPAG-ISA ANG KOOPERA-TIBA”. <ul><li>CDA to anchor proposed activities covered by 1 year under the 2 goals to advance the agenda </li></ul><ul><li>PCC to anchor proposed activities covered by 1 year under the two goals to advance agreements </li></ul><ul><li>Educate the co-ops regarding SPM </li></ul><ul><li>Advanced the 2-point agenda </li></ul><ul><li>Advanced the summit agreements </li></ul><ul><li>Advanced the Social Performance Management (SPM) to measure the impact of the Co-operative Sector’s development initiatives </li></ul>
  23. 25. Philippine International Year of Cooperatives (IYC) celebration (Oct ‘11 – Oct ‘12) Transformative Co-operatives for People, Planet, Prosperity & Peace. Goal Strategies Outcomes Goal 3“ MAGKAROON NG ANGKOP NA BATAS PARA SA IKALALAKI AT IKATATATAG NG KOOPERATIBA <ul><li>Identify major issues that affect the Co-op sector backed up by studies where the sector can participate </li></ul><ul><li>Generate all the issues that surfaced from the forums conducted </li></ul><ul><li>Formation of National Leaders who shall champion the advocacies on several issues </li></ul><ul><li>Show of force </li></ul><ul><li>Advocated co-operative issues and appropriate action solicited from policy makers. </li></ul><ul><li>Leveraged our size, diversity & impact to influence policy makers. </li></ul>
  24. 26. GOAL 1: . “MAKILALA ANG KOOPERATIBA ”. Strategy 1 – Engage the quad-media & all co-ops nationwide Develop the Philippine IYC campaign materials Develop the IYC Promotional activities Develop the IYC quad-media activities Get the participation of Co-ops in Media Get the involvement of all Co-ops Philippine IYC Logo Website Jingle Flag Posters Billboards Commemorative Bills /coins Car Plate Watches Shirts Simcards Buttons / pins ballers Etc. Regular radio program (1 yr) 12 tv interviews 12 newspaper write-ups (nat’l) 36 newspaper write-ups (l,v,m) Twitter account Facebook account Write-ups for press releases Co-op media participated voluntarily or at a minimal cost Memo circular from CDA disseminated to all Co-ops to solicit participation Executive order from the President support/declaration/recognition anchored on a big event (11-11-11) 90% of all Co-ops nationwide hang the IYC banners, flags & streamers; Use the logo in their letterheads for 1 yr; Use the theme in their 2012 GA; Synchronize their IYC celebration with the National IYC plan
  25. 27. GOAL 1: . “MAKILALA ANG KOOPERATIBA ”. Strategy 2 – Model Co-ops best practices thru the 4P’S PEOPLE PLANET PROSPERITY PEACE Youth as second liners People owned utilities: Electricity Water Supply & sanitation Housing Transportation Sustainable Agri Renewable Energy & Appropriate Technology Genuine Agrarian Reform Other environmental concerns Food security Economic Viability Growth with Equity Greater Access to opportunity Respect for Cultural Diversity, Unity and Global Cooperation Youth Camp Power Forum Water Forum Housing Forum Transport Forum Tree planting Coastal Clean Up Sustainable Agri Forum RE & AT Forum Genuine AR Forum Best Environmental Fair Business Forum Social Performance Mgt Food Security Peace Forum
  26. 28. Strategy 2 – Model Co-ops best practices thru the 4P’S PEOPLE PLANET PROSPERITY PEACE Youth as second liners People owned utilities: Electricity Water Supply & sanitation Housing Transportation Sustainable Agri Renewable Energy & Appropriate Technology Genuine Agrarian Reform Other environmental concerns (waste mgt etc.) Food security Economic Viability Growth with Equity Greater Access to opportunity Respect for Cultural Diversity, Unity and Global Cooperation Youth Camp Power Forum Water Forum Housing Forum Transport Forum Tree planting Coastal Clean Up Sustainable Agri Forum RE & AT Forum Genuine AR Forum Best Environmental Fair Business Forum Social Performance Mgt Forum Food Security & Wellness / Nutrition Forum Peace Building Forum Best practices showcased Reading materials disseminated Framework/Plan of Action formulated Issues & Suggestions solicited National Leaders formed Alliances/Partnerships formed Survey conducted , Database & Directory made, Website established
  27. 29. GOAL 1: . “MAKILALA ANG KOOPERATIBA ”. Strategy 3 – Conduct activities that will show Co-ops force Formation of Human Chain LUZON VISAYAS MINDANAO Manila – Stretch of EDSA North – Baguio, Isabela, Etc. Cebu – Bacolod – Etc. Davao Cagayan de Oro General Santos Etc.
  28. 30. GOAL 2: ‘ MAPALAKAS AT MAPAG-ISA ANG KOOPERATIBA” Advanced the 3-point agenda Strategy 1 – CDA to anchor activities Massive information campaign of the 3-point agenda At least 90% of the Co-op sector informed about the 3-pt agenda
  29. 31. GOAL 2: ‘ MAPALAKAS AT MAPAG-ISA ANG KOOPERATIBA” Advanced the Summit agreements Strategy 2– PCC to anchor activities Implementation of summit agreements Conduct of 2012 Co-op summit Emphasize Declaration of Co-ops from the convergences 1 st yr plan implementation 2012 Co-op summit conducted At least 90% of Co-ops informed re declarations
  30. 32. GOAL 2: ‘ MAPALAKAS AT MAPAG-ISA ANG KOOPERATIBA” Strategy 3 – Educate the Co-ops re Social Performance Management Conduct SPM Forum Partner with Relevant Organizations Best practices showcased Reading materials disseminated Framework / Plan of Action formulated Issues & Suggestions solicited National Leaders formed Alliances/Partnerships formed Survey conducted, Database & Directory made
  31. 33. GOAL 3: “ MAGKAROON NG ANGKOP NA BATAS PARA SA IKALALAKI AT IKATATATAG NG KOOPERATIBA”. Strategy 1 – Identify major issues that affect the Co-op sector backed up by studies where the sector can participate Participate in advocacies At least __ advocacy actions (Declarations, lobbying, signature campaign etc.) made: (e.g. No to use of plastic & styrofor, NO to mining, NO to illegal logging, NO to land conversion, YES for transformation of electric Co-ops into genuine Co-ops / NO to “privatization” of EC’s /power generation etc.)
  32. 34. GOAL 3 : “ MAGKAROON NG ANGKOP NA BATAS PARA SA IKALALAKI AT IKATATATAG NG KOOPERATIBA”. Strategy 2 – Generate all the issues that surfaced from the fora conducted Document and summarize all the issues that surfaced from the fora conducted Documented issues from the following fora: Youth, Power, Water, Housing, Transportation, Planet: SA, REAT, GAR, Peace, SPM
  33. 35. Strategy 3 – Formation of National Leaders who shall champion the advocacies on several issues and who shall create the legacy initiatives that will live beyond 2012 GOAL 3 : “ MAGKAROON NG ANGKOP NA BATAS PARA SA IKALALAKI AT IKATATATAG NG KOOPERATIBA”. Facilitate the formation of National leaders Lobbying in Congress on different Co-op issues Facilitated formation of Nat’l leaders for: Youth, Power, Water, Housing, Transportation, SA, REAT, GAR, Peace, SPM At least __ TWG participated At least __ congressional hearings attended At least ___ bills filed
  34. 36. GOAL 3 : “ MAGKAROON NG ANGKOP NA BATAS PARA SA IKALALAKI AT IKATATATAG NG KOOPERATIBA”. Leveraged Co-ops size, diversity & impact to influence policy makers Strategy 1 – Show of Force Vote support to the 7 th wonder of the world contest – Underground river in Palawan Simultaneous Boodle Feast as part of the culminating activity of the IYC At least __ individual Co-op members voted Luzon – all coops Visayas – all coops Mindanao – all coops
  35. 37. Timetable / Calendar of Activities MONTH ACTIVITY RESPONSIBLE JAN ’12 (World Islam Day – Jan 23) Letterheads of all Coops – IYC Business Forum Radio program TV interviews Press releases Regular meeting Nat’l. Committee / Steering Com FEB ’12 (People Power Celeb – Feb 25) Show of Force (23) (L-V-M) Water, Health & Sanitation Forum Radio program TV interviews Press releases Regular meeting Nat’l. Committee / Steering Com MAR ’11 (Int’l. Women’s Day – Mar 8) Co-ops GA using IYC theme Radio program TV interviews Press releases Regular meeting Nat’l Committee / Steering Com
  36. 38. Timetable / Calendar of Activities MONTH ACTIVITY RESPONSIBLE APR ’12 (Int’l Mother Earth Day – Apr 22) (Health Day -7) Forum on Sustainable Agri / AR / Food Sec Federation’s GA using IYC Theme Radio program TV interviews Press releases Regular meeting Nat’l. Committee / Steering Com MAY ’12 (Int’l Workers Day – May 1) Housing / Transport Forum Radio program TV interviews Press releases Regular meeting Nat’l. Committee / Steering Com JUN ’12 (World Environment Day – June 5) Forum on RE&AT / Power Forum Radio program TV interviews Press releases Nat’l Committee / Steering Com
  37. 39. Timetable / Calendar of Activities MONTH ACTIVITY RESPONSIBLE JUL ’12 (Int’l Day of the Coop – 1 st Sat) SPM Forum Radio program TV interviews Press releases Regular meeting Nat’l. Committee / Steering Com AUG ’12 (Int’l Youth Day – Aug 12) Youth Camp Radio program TV interviews Press releases Regular meeting Nat’l. Committee / Steering Com SEPT ’12 Radio program TV interviews Press releases Nat’l Committee / Steering Com
  38. 40. Timetable / Calendar of Activities MONTH ACTIVITY RESPONSIBLE OCT ’12 Culmination of the IYC Co-op Summit Radio program TV interviews Press releases Regular meeting Nat’l. Committee / Steering Com NOV ‘12 Summing Up Evaluation Liquidation Reporting Nat’l Committee / Steering Com
  39. 41. Defined Roles and Responsibilities OFFICIAL BODY OFFICIAL COMPOSITION ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES National Committee Chair – CDA Chair Members - All the Chair of the Sub-committee: Steering Com – Director Ravanera Communications & Promotions Com – Romy Villamin Programs & Events – PCC- Butz Aquino Research & Database – ICOPED - Dr. Pabuayon Finance Com – PCC – Elsie Remonte Ways & Means – Dr. Teodosio Policy Dev’t & Advocacy – Coop-Natcco <ul><li>Shall approve the overall plans , budget and directions of the 2012 IYC celebration </li></ul><ul><li>Shall communicate with organizations (local & int’l) concerned in the preparations for and observance of the year </li></ul><ul><li>Shall stimulate and harmonize the activities of government, all co-ops, ngo’s & other organizations . </li></ul><ul><li>Shall represent the Philippines in any Fora outside the Philippines </li></ul><ul><li>Shall give a final report to the Co-op sector after the IYC celebration </li></ul>
  40. 42. Defined Roles and Responsibilities OFFICIAL BODY OFFICIAL COMPOSITION ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES Steering Committee Chair – ORR Members – All the members of Sub-the committees: <ul><li>Shall work hand in hand with the sub-committees </li></ul><ul><li>Shall oversee the progress of the sub-committees action plans </li></ul><ul><li>Shall commit to regularly meet to polish the plans </li></ul><ul><li>Shall approve the plans & budget submitted by each sub-committee for confirmation of the National Committee </li></ul><ul><li>Shall approve the guidelines and framework submitted by each sub-committee for confirmation of the National Committee </li></ul><ul><li>Shall give the sub-committees the authority to decide but shall have the final decision on sensitive matters (as agreed by the committee) for confirmation of the National Committee </li></ul><ul><li>Shall set up other committee if and when necessary </li></ul><ul><li>Shall be transparent (esp. on the budget ) to its public </li></ul><ul><li>Shall report regularly to the National Committee </li></ul><ul><li>Shall render a final report to the National Committee after the celebration, to be reported to the Co-op sector </li></ul>
  41. 43. Defined Roles and Responsibilities OFFICIAL BODY OFFICIAL COMPOSITION ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES Communications & Promotions Committee Chairperson – R. Villamin Members: L. Furo CDA (Lanie) <ul><li>Shall d envelop the Philippine IYC campaign materials, promotional activities and quad-media activities to be presented to the steering committee </li></ul><ul><li>Shall coordinate with other committees for the refinement of the program </li></ul><ul><li>Shall handle other tasks that will be assigned by the Steering Committee from time to time </li></ul>Programs & Events Committee Chairperson – PCC -Butz Aquino / Lionelle Members: VICTO – Ched Castillo FPSDC – Tetay Plantilla PFCCO- Nida NATCCO- Raul NCDC- Rose PhilFECO - Alice CDA (Lisa) <ul><li>Shall come up with detailed programs for the overall celebration as well as the approved activities to be submitted to the Steering Committee for approval </li></ul><ul><li>Shall be the lead committee in all forum </li></ul><ul><li>Shall coordinate with other committees for the refinement of the program </li></ul><ul><li>Shall handle other tasks that will be assigned by the Steering Committee from time to time </li></ul>
  42. 44. Defined Roles and Responsibilities OFFICIAL BODY OFFICIAL COMPOSITION ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES Research and Database Committee Chairperson – ICOPED – Dr. Pabuayon Members: UA&P – Prof Bien Nito, Dado, Hermie Manimtim, Jing Medina, Hilda San Gabriel, CDA (Lanie) <ul><li>Shall come up with a plan on how to conduct the researches and database to be presented to the Steering Committee </li></ul><ul><li>Shall be in-charge of coming up with a result and analysis of surveys and researches made </li></ul>Finance Committee Chairperson – PCC Members: Coop-Natcco (Tonette), NCDC (Rose), AK (Euli), UMMC (Jovie) CDA (Beth Batonan) Acct. Holder: <ul><li>Shall finalize the overall budget of the IYC based on proposed budget of each sub-committee to be submitted to the Steering Com for approval </li></ul><ul><li>Shall come up with fund management guidelines that will be followed in fund disbursements and utilization (identify the acct. Holder) </li></ul><ul><li>Shall regularly prepare financial report to be presented to the Steering Committee and the Co-op Sector after the celebration </li></ul><ul><li>Shall coordinate with other committee for the refinement of the budget </li></ul><ul><li>Shall handle other tasks that will be assigned by the Steering Committee </li></ul>
  43. 45. Defined Roles and Responsibilities OFFICIAL BODY OFFICIAL COMPOSITION ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES Ways and Means Committee Chairperson – Dr. Teodosio Members: All party lists: APEC, Butil ,CN, Agap, AK , CDA (Fe Caingles) <ul><li>Shall closely coordinate with the finance committee for the required budget </li></ul><ul><li>Shall come up with plans on how to solicit the required budget for approval of the steering committee </li></ul>Policy Devt & Advocacy Chairperson – Co-op NATCCO Members: All party list APEC, Butil ,CN, Agap, AK , CDA (Fe Caingles) Secretariat CDA <ul><li>- Shall maintain the directory of the different participating organizations (local & int’l) in the IYC celebration </li></ul><ul><li>- Shall be responsible in documenting the activities thru written, video and photo documentation (in coordination w/ APEC) </li></ul>All 2ndary Federations and Unions To be identified by the CDA <ul><li>Shall commit to disseminate the overall plans to their respective members </li></ul><ul><li>Shall coordinate with their members on their celebration in their respective areas </li></ul><ul><li>Shall coordinate with their members the synchronized events (show of force, tree planting ) </li></ul><ul><li>Shall report to the Steering Com their and their members’ celebration plans (to be part of the overall report) </li></ul>
  44. 46. <ul><li>Dr. Emmanuel M. Santiaguel </li></ul><ul><li>CDA Chairman </li></ul><ul><li>Presentation in Baguio </li></ul><ul><li>CDA Enhancement </li></ul><ul><li>Seminar </li></ul><ul><li>2. www.cda.gov.ph </li></ul>

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