Productivity & Entrepreneurship: The Story of Nueva Segovia Consortium of Cooperatives
Seminar in Productivity andEntrepreneurship: The Nueva Segovia Consortium of Cooperatives
To foster the creation and the growth of cooperative as a practical vehicle for promoting self-reliance and harnessing people power towards the attainment of economic development and social justice is the purpose of the law governing RA 6958.
HISTORY Nueva Segovia Consortium of Cooperatives was organized under the Archdiocese of Nueva Segovia.
His Excellency MOST REV. ORLANDOBELTRAN QUEVEDO, OMI, D.D. -Archbishop of Cotabato -Archbishops Residence, Cotabato CityBirthplace: _ Laoag, Ilocos Norte _Msgr. Ambrose L. Cabildo, MSW, JCC
AIM: To create a viable and integrated program among its member cooperatives that would catalyze the holistic development of members in the Barangays and Municipalities of the province
Important dates:June 7,1992-1st consultation meetingSeptember 17,1992- registered withCooperative Development Authoritywith Reg No. DAG 2218October 2009-re-registered inconsonance with RA 9520 of thePhilippine Cooperative Code
At first ,NSCC is a Catholic Church-based cooperative. During the 9th Annual GeneralAssembly, the by-laws was amended –open to all primary coop registered withCDA, open to its membership forindividual to become associatemembers. NSCC also amended its Area ofOperation from whole province of IlocosSur to Region I and CAR and Region 2.
In 2001,NSCC spreads itswings to the whole of Luzon It has P13,500.00 humblebeginning as initial capital andwith three employees.MRS.DIVINA C. QUEMI, as the firstand head of organization.
AFFILIATIONS: Northern Luzon Federation of Cooperatives and Development Center ( NORLU CEDEC) National Livelihood Development Corporation(NLDC)
Mrs. DIVINA C. QUEMI Chief Executive Officer
TIE-UPS: LGU of Ilocos Sur, City Government of Vigan Municipalityof Caoayan TOTAL ASSETS: P470,663,438.73 9 Branches: Province of Ilocos Sur Ilocos Norte Benguet La Union10th Branch soon to open in Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte
Covering 71 primary CooperativesMembers: 17,0143 employees multiplied to more than 100 employees.NSCC PLAZA-Grandest establishment -Commercial Center and Hotel -Promoting Tourism activities and employment
DATE # OF BRANCHES ESTABLISHED MANPOWER TOTAL ASSETSVIGAN CITY 9/17/1992 19 246,754,245.79LAOAG CITY 9/17/2006 10 55,348,082.35BATAC CITY 12/30/2006 9 42,923,867.99CERVANTES 1/28/2007 4 11,149,904.70CAOAYAN 6/8/2007 5 30,233,672.03CABUGAO 11/25/2007 10 41,151,089.58BAGUIO 1/28/2009 9 38,631,796.78BAUANG 1/28/2009 6 12,889,987.14STA. MARIA 5/26/2010 18 38,263,864.04PAGUDPUD 10/28/2011 5 4,889,096.01NSCC PLAZA 3/27/2011 5 6,785,220.81ADMIN OFFICE 10 138,916,306.77
VISION A sustainable Consortium of Cooperatives towards socio-economic and spiritual upliftment
To strengthen technical and management capabilities of officers, personnel and member cooperatives, micro and small and medium entrepreneurs; To create humane bonding thru the application of core-cooperative values and principles; To pool, mobilize resources and facilitate inter-lending and inter-trading activities;
To forge partnership with Local and National Government Agencies; To practice social responsibility and promote gospel values thru cooperative activities
CORE COOPERATIVE VALUES 1. Honesty 2. Cooperation 3. Fairness and Transparency 4. Respect and Trust
SOCIAL CREDIT PROGRAMS RE-LENDING TO QUALIFIED PRIMARY COOPERATIVES Member Primary Cooperatives are given loan assistance for their capital build - up to help develop their services and meet the needs of their members.
COMMERCIAL LOANS PROGRAM A loan granted for small and medium entrepreneurs who owns established businesses. The amount of loan is based on the member’s capacity to pay. Loans are secured with collaterals and PDCs.
MICROFINANCE PROGRAM NSCC provides financial loan assistance to micro-entrepreneurs of the province of Ilocos Sur and Ilocos Norte. This program aims to provide employment opportunities within barangays thru encouraging the people to venture into entrepreneurship
a.Vigan City Pottery Program- A lending program to improve the pottery industry of Vigan City
b. Vigan City Livelihood Program— A livelihood program of the City Government that gives priority to the entrepreneurial poor of Vigan. This program gave opportunities for micro- entrepreneurs to start or improve a business of their own.
c. One Town One Product (OTOP) Program - The OTOP Program aims to develop the OTOP Industries of Vigan thru improving their packaging and their qualities. One aim of this is to promote these OTOP products to a wider market.
d. Vigan Based Coop Lending also suppor- The City Government ts the Cooperative movement as it provided a livelihood fund for their capital build-up. Said fund is availed with minimal interest to be used for additional capital of cooperative beneficiaries.
FARMERS LOAN ASSISTANCE UNDER THE TIE-UP WITH PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT OF ILOCOS SUR This program aims to boost the production of Agricultural products in Ilocos Sur. It caters financial loan assistance to farmers. COCONUT FARMERS LOAN ASSISTANCE PROGRAM NSCC believes that the development of the coconut industry of the province will also bring economic progress thus, the cooperative created a program that aimed to provide financial support to farmers engaged in coconut industry.
LENDING PROGRAM FOR AGRARIAN REFORM COMMUNITIES This program is exclusively for farmers and entrepreneurs living within the Agrarian Reform Communities. The aim of the program is to promote entrepreneurial activities for countryside development.
Hon. Ronald Singson, Representative of the First District of Ilocos Sur entrusted NSCC with a fund to be used for the implementation of a livelihood program for the micro entrepreneurs, informal groups and cooperatives within the said congressional district.
1. REGULAR SAVINGS DEPOSIT - no minimum amount - a deposit of at least FIVE THOUSAND PESOS earns an interest - withdrawable anytime 2.TIME DEPOSITS - minimum of TEN THOUSAND PESOS - with a term of 30/60/90 and 360 days - high rate of interest
3. AFLATOUN CHILD SAVINGS PROGRAM - kiddie savings program which was piloted in all schools of Caoayan District, Caoayan, Ilocos Sur4. DEPOSITS FROM ABROAD - NSCC accepts investments from OVERSEAS FILIPINO WORKERS working abroad. -rate is the same with Time Deposit - in the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - we give the authority to MR. ANDY DACILLO to market this program to the FILIPINO COMMUNITIES
BOOKKEEPING SEMINAR SKILLS TRAINING GOOD GOVERNANCE SEMINAR CUSTOMERS ARE REALLY EVERYTHING SEMINAR COOPERATIVE TRAINORS TRAINING LEADERSHIP TRAINING EMPLOYEES TEAM BUILDING
FOR PRIMARY COOPERATIVES › RESOLUTION TO AFFILIATE › RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING ITS SIGNATORIES › LIST OF OFFICERS AND MEMBERS › LATEST FINANCIAL STATEMENT › PAYMENT OF MEMBERSHIP FEE AMOUNTING TO P500.00 › PAYMENT OF INITIAL CAPITAL OF P1,000.00 AS ASSOCIATE MEMBER OR PAYMENT OF P10,000.00 AS REGULAR MEMBER
FOR ASSOCIATIONS › LIST OF OFFICERS AND MEMBERS › LATEST FINANCIAL STATEMENT › CERTIFICATE OF ACCREDITATION FROM PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT OF ILOCOS SUR
FOR INDIVIDUALS › 2 RECENT 2X2 ID PICTURE › BARANGAY CLEARANCE › RESIDENCE CERTIFICATE (SEDULA)For more info PLEASE CONTACT: Mrs. DIVINA C. QUEMI Chief Executive Officer Tel. No. 722-3029 /1351 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
NSCC Bountiful 2011 NSCC PLAZA GRAND OPENING AND BLESSING - MARCH 27, 2011 NSCC AS MOST OUTSTANDING COOPERATIVE IN THE ENTIRE LUZON NSCC AS ACCREDITED TRAINING PROVIDER NSCC PAGUDPUD BRANCH OPENING NSCC PLAZA A BUSY VENUE FOR COOP LAKBAY ARAL, TRAININGS AND SEMINARS
Here are some of those cooperatives who visited, and enjoyed their stay while at NSCC PLAZA: 1. WAMPCO (Wilson Agra Multipurpose Cooperative) = SURIGAO– June 13, 2011 2. MIFSADECO = IFUGAO – July 23, 2011. 3. SRT ALCALA COOP = PANGASINAN – July 28, 2011
4. ST. JUDE MPC = LUCENA CITY –August 19-21, 20115. COURT OF APPEALS CREDIT COOP=ERMITA, MANILA – August 27, 20116. PHILIPPINE FEDERATION OFTEACHERS AND EMPLOYEES COOP –August 17-20, 20117. PAG-ASA FOUNDATION ST.BENEDICT MPC = AGOO, LA UNION –September 21, 201I
› Creating a viable and integrated program among its member cooperatives is the primordial concern of Nueva Segovia Consortium Cooperatives.
Its total assets of 470,663,438.73 is said to be stable. With its increasing members and grandest NSCC Plaza, the total assets will continually boom. If people, continually patronize NSCC, indication that the management is very satisfactory.