Major Programs and Projects 2018

2018 Programs, Projects and Activities 
Organizational Outcome:  Growth and viability of cooperative enterprises improved
Programs Projects Activities
A.1. Handholding Program for Micro and Small cooperatives
   A.1.1. Capability Building Program for Cooperatives
  1. Pre-Registration Seminar (PRS) for prospective cooperatives
  2. Conduct of Mandatory training for officers
  3. Conduct of Training on Compliance to Reportorial Requirements
  4. Conduct of enhancement training for cooperative   officers
  5. Promotion of Koop Kapatid Program
    A.1.2. Coop -Sustainable Enterprise  Development-COOP-SEED (CDA-DTI Partnership Program)
  1. Provision of enabling environment for access to technical and developmental government assistance
  2. Promote productivity and competitiveness of micro, small and entrepreneur-members.
  3. Promote adoption of value chain approach in cooperatives.
  4. Promote cooperative participation in the Negosyo Center projects
  5. Development of database on the contribution of cooperatives in job and income generation
  6. Develop Marketing Platform Arrangement
A.2. Strengthening partnership with National Government Agencies (NGAs), Local Government Units (LGUs), academe and other stakeholders


1. National Government Agencies (NGAs)


2. CDA – Local  Government Units (LGU)

  1. CDA-Department of Agriculture (DA) –   Cooperatives’ Access to Credit
  2. CDA – Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) – Capacity building of ARCs, provided with audit subsidy, etc.
  3. CDA-Department of Trade and   Industry (DTI) – Participate in trainings offered in the Negosyo Center
  4. CDA – Insurance Commission (IC) –  Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) – Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP)
  5. National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF)
  6. Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD)
  7. National Commission on Indigenous Peoples (NCIP)
  8. National Commission on Culture and the Arts (NCCA)
A.3. Strengthening of Cooperatives as Business Enterprises
  1. Conduct of Orientation on Financial Inclusion
  2. Institutionalized Savings and Mobilization & Capital Build Up Program (SMCBUP)
  3. Creation of Enabling Mechanism and Support Services   for the Value Chain Program   linkages with NGAs
A.4. Advocacy Programs and Initiatives
  1. Cooperatives as Backbone to Federalism Program
  2. Implementation of Gawad Parangal for Cooperatives, Partners and Cooperative Leaders
  3. Documentation of cooperative stories
A.5.  Information and Communication Program
  1. Regional Advocacy and Communication Plan (RACP)
  2. Development and Distribution of Information, Education and Communication materials
  3. Conduct of Campaign Activities through Quad Media
  4. Cooperative Taxation Education
A.6. Accreditation Program for Training  Providers, External Auditors, and Conciliators / Mediators
A.7.  Gender and Development Program (GAD)
  1. Conduct of orientation on MCs on GAD Mainstreaming and GAD tools
A.8.  Monitoring of Cooperative Development Councils (CDCs)
A.9.Asset Recovery Program (Cleansing of Records/Writing off)
  1. For legal action
  2. Cleansing of records
  3. Writing off of accounts
  4. Collection of loans/interest on investments
A.10. Humanitarian Leadership Academy (HLA) Program
  1. Training on Business Continuity Management (BCM)
A.11.  Anti-Drug Campaign Program
  1. Conduct of orientation among coops for   them to support the anti-drug campaign
A.12. Environment Protection Program
  1. Environmental protection and/or preservation activities
B.1. Members and Public Protection   Program
  1. Registration of cooperatives and amendments to ACBL
  2. Recognition of Coop Branches, Satellites and Laboratory cooperatives
  3. CooPRIS Updating and enhancement
  B. 1.1.  Registration of Cooperatives and Expansion of Membership
B.1.2. Monitoring of Cooperatives
  1. Cooperatives inspection
B.1.3. Enforcement
  1. Action on reported violations or complaints
C.1.Institutional Strengthening of CDA – Improved Developmental Service Delivery Mechanisms

C.1.1. Planning Formulation and Monitoring

C.1.2. Quality Management System Program

Crafting of FY 2019 Work and Financial Plan

  1. Monitoring of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)
  2. Conduct of Quarterly 5S Audits
  3. Conduct of Internal Audit
  4. Attendance to QMS-related trainings or activities
  5. Conduct of Surveillance Audits
C.2. MIS (Technical)
  1. Implementation of ISSP, maintenance of CDA website
C.3. MIS (Analytics)
  1. Consolidation and analysis of Work and Financial Plan Information System (WFPIS)
D.1. General Services
  1. Implementation of Motor Vehicle Maintenance Program
  2. Implementation of Building and Equipment Maintenance Program
  3. Disaster Preparedness Activities
D.2. Budget Preparation and Extension Program
  1. Preparation of Annual Budget Proposal
  2. Preparation of Budget Execution Document (BEDs)
  3. Preparation of Financial Accountability Report (FARs)
  4. Preparation of monthly, quarterly, year-end financial report
D.3. Human Resource Development Program
  1. Conduct of Training Needs Analysis (TNA)
  2. Conduct of Effectiveness Monitoring for Capacity Interventions
  3. Recruitment and Placement
  4. Crafting of Learning and Development Plan (LDP)
  5. Implementation of Strategic Performance Management System (SPMS)
  6. Monitoring of Effectiveness of Capacity Intervention
  7. Conduct of other Human Resource Development Activities
D.4. Property Management Program
  1. Preparation of the Annual Procurement Plan (APP)
  2. Preparation of Procurement Monitoring Report (PMR) in the form prescribed by the Gov’t Procurement Policy Board (GPPB)
  3. Conduct of Physical Count of Inventories
  4. Conduct of disposal of unserviceable equipment and waste materials
D.5. Revenue Generation – Collection of Fees
  1. Fees due to the CDA collected and duly receipted
D.6.Records And Document Management
  1. Maintenance of the Records Room
  2. Disposal of Valueless Records in accordance with established guidelines of the National  Archive of the Philippines (NAP)