Cooperatives Office

 

Vision
A DYNAMIC AND EMPOWERED PEOPLE OF MISAMIS ORIENTAL, SHARING SERVICES AND RESOURCES THROUGH ORGANIZED SOCIAL INSTITUTION, PROMOTING AND INTEGRATING THE PRINCIPLES OF COOPERATIVISM IN THEIR WAY OF LIFE.

 

 

Mission
THE PROVINCIAL COOPERATIVE DEVELOPMENT OFFICE SHALL ENDEAVOR TO:

 

  • FORMULATE MEASURES ENSURING THE SPEEDY DELIVERY OF BASIC SERVICES
  • ASSIST IN THE ORGANIZATION OF COOPERATIVES
  • PROVIDE TECHNICAL AND OTHER FORMS OF ASSISTANCE
  • ASSIST IN ESTABLISHING LINKAGES WITH NGAs AND NGOs INVOLVED IN COOPERATIVE PROGRAMS.

 

Cooperative Services

 
The Provincial Cooperative Office conduct on-site visits or validation among cooperatives and organizations requesting for financial assistance or intending to avail of the Swine Dispersal Program. It has also conducted pre-registration seminar to requesting organizations and provided assistance in the preparation of project proposals. Relatedly, the office acted as secretariat in the Provincial Cooperative Development Council.

2 coops received P50,000 – aid for Misamis Oriental

Requirements to be submitted by clients per transaction

  • Promotion and organization of cooperatives
  • Conduct of Pre-Membership Education Seminar (PMES)
  1. Letter request address to the Hon. Governor
  2. At least 15 persons can already form into cooperative
  3. The requesting organization must specify the date, venue and contact number in their letter of intent or they may visit the Provincial Cooperative Development Office
  • Provision of Financial and Livelihood Assistance
  1. Resolution
  2. Registration from Cooperative Development Authority (CDA)
  3. List of Incorporators & Members
  4. Feasibility Study of Project
  5. Financial Statement for 3 years
  6. By Laws & Articles
  7. Certificate of Accreditation
  8. Articles of Corporation
  9. Certificate of Good Standing
  10. Official Receipt (association/cooperative)
  • Swine Dispersal Program
  1. Request letter with Resolution address to the Honorable Governor.
  2. PCDO Staff will conduct on site visit to the area of the requesting organization.
  3. Only 5 weanling piglets will be distributed instead of 10 piglets with 5 sacks of feeds.
  4. Rearing of piglets is “communal” not individual.
  5. For every piglets received, the organization/cooperatives will pay back 2 piglets to the provincial government thru the Provincial Cooperative Development Office and you have no more obligation to the provincial government.
  6. If the requesting party is ready with their pigsty (tangkal) just text on this number Cooperative staffs 0926-846-1753 (Elizalda S. Palanan), 0917-714-5398 (Conception Guzom), Veterinary Office 0921-535-6820 (Dr. Efren Melner S. Viloria) for inspection.