Thursday, September 1, 2016

CDA ROAD MAP FOR CO-OPS



The Roadmap of the Cooperative Development Authority

  1. 1. PHILIPPINES COUNTRY PAPER ORLANDO R. RAVANERA Chairman, Cooperative Development Authority
  2. 2. Assumption of New CDA Chairman Orlando R. Ravanera
  3. 3. • A government agency created by virtue of Republic Act 6939 as derivative of Article 15 Section VIII of the Philippine Constitution • Constitutionally under the Office of the President, but by virtue of an Executive Order it was administratively transfer to the Department of Finance • A regulatory agency which main functions are to register and regulate cooperatives in the Philippines • On 12/12/12, CDA added a feather in its cap when it able to get the ISO 9001:2008 Certification
  4. 4. Vision “An efficient and effective regulatory agency working towards the development of a viable, sustainable, socially responsive and globally competitive cooperatives”
  5. 5. Where are we now? Over 13,000,000 member-cooperators 24,652 registered cooperatives 520,758 directly employed 1,923,047 indirectly employed 15% - more female cooperative members compared to males (CDA data as of December 31, 2014)
  6. 6. Where are we now? More than 100 Million More than 15 Million Up to 100 Million More than 3 Million to 15 Million 3 Million and Below In terms of numbers CDA as of Dec. 31, 2014 Large (3.67%) Medium (13.10%) Small (25.66%) Micro (57.6%)
  7. 7. Where are we now? More than 100 Million More than 15 Million Up to 100 Million More than 3 Million to 15 Million 3 Million and Below In terms of Assets Large (69.09%) Medium (20.98%) Small (7.66%) Micro (2.27%) CDA as of Dec. 31, 2014
  8. 8. Cooperatives and LGUS Cooperatives • Members’- owned; • Value-based; • Sustainability. LGUS • Power emanates from the people; • Good governance creates social value, assets • Good governance leads to sustainable development
  9. 9. The Need for Paradigm Shift • Based on latest CDA data (Dec. 31, 2015) the number and assets of micro, small, medium and large reflects the Philippine social pyramid: Majority are poor, minority are rich; • As an enabler for cooperatives to become agents of equity, social justice and economic growth, the urgent task of the CDA is to empower the poor cooperatives. And this can be done only if the CDA focuses on its developmental function and at the same time improve its regulatory function
  10. 10. Zones of Transformation 10 ZONE 1 BREAKDOWN EXTINCTION Dehumanizing Poverty • Powerlessness of the people • No access to resources • Lack of capabilities/opportunities Marginalization of People and Resources Degradation of Values and Ecosystems Social Injustice/Gross Inequities Gross social disparity Apathy Conflict/Violence ZONE 2 BREAKTHROUGH COOPERATIVISM : A Transformative Leading Edge • Develop Fully Human Potentials • Harnessing Collective Energies • Access and Control of Resources PUTTING THE PEOPLE IN THE CENTER OF DEV’T PROCESSES (Financial Inclusion) ZONE 3 TRANSFORMATION SUSTAINABLE FUTURE •Social Justice •Social Equity •Meaningful People’s Participation •Meeting the Sustainable Development Goals attained Sustainable Devt’ principles institutionalized.  Ecologically Sustainable, Socially Equitable Development PEACE, STABILITY & SUSTAINABILITY ACCELERATION  A Tool of Empowerment • Uprooting the causes of conflict, i.e. social exclusion and gross inequity INCLUSIVE GROWTH DEMOCRATIZATION OF WEALTH AND POWER
  11. 11. Breakdown Dehumanizing!
  12. 12. Breakthrough Improved means of production, decent homes through Cooperativism. Coop Ville for Sendong survivors in Cagayan de Oro. Mechanized farming for agrarian reform cooperatives in Negros.
  13. 13. It is hereby declared the policy of the State to promote the viability and growth of cooperatives as instruments of equity, social justice and economic development and to create an agency, in fulfillment of the mandate in Section 15, Article XII of the Constitution RA 6939 – Also known as the Cooperative Development Authority Law RA 9520 – Phil. Cooperative Law amending RA 6938
  14. 14. Powers, Functions and Responsibilities (a) Formulate, adopt and implement integrated and comprehensive plans and programs on cooperative development consistent with the national policy on cooperatives and the overall socioeconomic development plans of the Government; (b) Develop and conduct management and training programs upon request of cooperatives that will provide members of cooperatives with the entrepreneurial capabilities, managerial expertise, and technical skills required for the efficient operation of their cooperatives and inculcate in them the true spirit of cooperativism and provide, when necessary, technical and professional assistance to ensure the viability and growth of cooperatives with special concern for agrarian reform, fishery and economically depressed sectors;
  15. 15. (c) Support the voluntary organization and consensual development of activities that promote cooperative movements and provide assistance towards upgrading managerial and technical expertise upon request of the cooperatives concerned; (d) Coordinate the efforts of the local government units and the private sector in promotion, organization, and development of cooperatives; (e) Assist cooperatives in arranging for financial and other forms of assistance under such terms and conditions as are calculated to strengthen their viability and autonomy; (f) Administer all grants and donations coursed through the Government for cooperative development, without prejudice to the right of cooperatives to directly receive and administer such grants and donations upon agreement with the grantors and donors thereof; Powers, Functions and Responsibilities
  16. 16. REGULATORY DEVELOPMENTAL 1 2 34 5 CO-OPS
  17. 17. Key Strategies – Value chain approach Coops engage in agriculture input bulk buying Product ion/Har vest Post- Harvest/ Warehousin g Processing /Packaging Marketing ROLE OF CDA:  Facilitator of financial & non-financial services;  agriculture input bulk buying;  Capacity building on advanced agriculture practices, technology, trading, marketing;  Access to working capital;  Provision of post-harvest facilities;  Networking with domestic and foreign markets. Cooperatives  Financial services  Linkaging, networking, marketing Example Commodities:  Organic Rice/Fertilizer, Muscovado /Coco Sugar,Organic Vegetables, .Other organic crops
  18. 18. Building cooperative partnerships and networks: BANKING INSURANCE HEALTH CARE COOP MART Sectoral CONVERGENCE Courtesy of ACDI
  19. 19. TRANSPORT/ AVIATION HOUSINGENERGY MEDIA And, we will bring the Convergence Agenda in other sectors Sectoral CONVERGENCE Courtesy of ACDI
  20. 20. Electric Coops Agri and ARB Coops Federations/Unions Federations/Unions CoperativeDevelopmentCouncils NCCCPD CDA

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