Major Programs and Projects 2019


2019 Programs, Projects and Activities

Organizational Outcome:  Growth and viability of cooperative enterprises improved


A.1. Handholding Program for Micro and Small cooperatives Focused mentoring, coaching, and other forms of technical assistance for micro and small cooperatives towards graduation of these coops to the next category
A.2. Technical Assistance Services (TAS) Increase the number of cooperatives organized among farmers, agrarian reform beneficiaries, fishermen, indigenous peoples, Muslims, urban poor, people in conflict areas and other poor and vulnerable groups

A.2.1. Capability Building Program for Cooperatives

A.2.1. Mandatory training for Officers

a. Fundamentals of Cooperatives

b. Governance and management

A.2.2. Reportorial Requirements

A.2.3. Enhancement training for officers of cooperatives conducted facilitated

A.2.4. Promotion of Koop Kapatid

 A.3 Coop -Sustainable Enterprise Development-COOP-SEED (CDA-DTI Partnership Program) A.3.1. Improve enabling environment which include government assistance such as policy, access to technical assistance, capacity building, entrepreneurship development, market development, business advisory, technology intervention, business matching and trade fairs

A.3.2. Improve productivity and competitiveness of micro, small and entrepreneur- members

A.3.3. Introduce policy framework on developing cooperative business enterprise or service to the cooperative entrepreneur members following value chain approach.

A.3.4 Promote and encouraging cooperatives and member-entrepreneurship to register under the BMBE Act of 2002 and participate in the projects of the Negosyo Centers

A.3.5. Database of cooperatives incorporating the contribution of entrepreneur-members in job generation and increase in income

A.3.6. Develop, document and monitor Member-Entrepreneur to coop (M2C), COOP to COOP (C2C), Coop to Non-Coop (C2NC) Marketing Platform Arrangement

A.4. Strengthening partnership with National Government Agencies (NGAs), Local Government Units (LGUs), academe and other stakeholders


1.  National Government Agencies (NGAs)

a.    CDA-Department of Trade and   Industry (DTI)

b.    National Commission on Indigenous Peoples (NCIP)


2.  CDA – Local Government Units (LGU)

Collaboration and complementation in the implementation of cooperative development programs.
A.5. Strengthening of Cooperatives as Business Enterprises A.5.1. Conduct of Orientation on Financial Inclusion

A.5.2. Creation of Enabling Mechanism and Support Services   for the Value Chain Program   linkages with NGAs

A.5.3. Implementation of Cooperative Business Matching Information System (CBMIS) to promote cooperative products and services

A.6. Advocacy Programs and Initiatives

A.6.1. Promotion and Organization of Cooperatives

–       Pre-Registration Seminar (PRS) for prospective coop members

A.6.2. Implementation of Gawad Parangal for Cooperatives, Partners and Cooperative Leaders

A.6.3. Documentation of cooperative stories

A.6.4. Maintain/establish/set-up Knowledge Resource Center (Library)

A.7.  Information and Communication Program A.7.1. Regional Advocacy and Communication Plan (RACP)

A.7.2. Development and Distribution of Information, Education and Communication materials

A.7.3. Conduct of Campaign Activities through Quad Media

A.7.4. Cooperative Taxation Education

A.8. Accreditation Program for Training  Providers, External Auditors, and Conciliators / Mediators Review of guidelines to rationalize accreditation criteria and compliance reports
A.9.  Gender and Development Program        (GAD) Conduct of orientation on MCs for GAD Mainstreaming and GAD tools
A.10.  Monitoring of Cooperative Development Councils (CDCs)
A.11.Asset Recovery Program (Cleansing of Records/Writing off) A11.1. Documentation of all unliquidated and delinquent accounts

a.      For legal action

b.      Cleansing of records

c.      Writing off of accounts

d.      Collection of loans/interest on investments

A.12. Business Continuity Management for Cooperatives Conduct of BCM orientation for cooperatives
A.13. Cooperatives’ Concern for Community Program Deepening of awareness of cooperatives’ concern for community, environment, etc. (example Community Program on Anti-Drug and Environment Awareness and Protection)


B.1. Members and Public Protection   Program
   B.1.a.  Registration of Cooperatives and Expansion of Membership

B.1.a.1. Registration of cooperatives and amendments to ACBL

B.1.a.2. Recognition of Coop Branches, Satellites and Laboratory cooperatives

B.1.a.3. CooPRIS Updating and enhancement

B.1.b. Monitoring of Cooperatives Conduct of Cooperative inspection
B.1.c. Enforcement Action on reported violations or complaints


C.1.Institutional Strengthening of CDA – Improved Developmental Service Delivery Mechanisms and Enhanced Members and Public Protection framework of CDA

C.1.1. Planning Formulation and Monitoring

C.1.2. Monitoring of the implementation of the Philippine Cooperative Development Plan (PCDP)

c.1.3. Quality Management System (QMS) Program

C.1.1.1. Crafting of FY 2020 Work and Financial Plan

C.1.1.2. Monitoring and Evaluation of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)

C.1.2.1. Development of PCDP Monitoring Tool

C.1.3.1. Conduct of Quarterly 5S Audits

C.1.3.2. Conduct of Internal Audit

C.1.3.3. Attendance to QMS-related trainings or activities

C.1.3.4. Conduct of Surveillance Audits

C.2. MIS (Technical) Implementation of ISSP, maintenance of CDA website
C.3. MIS (Analytics) Consolidation and analysis of Work and Financial Plan Information System (WFPIS)


D.1. Budget Preparation and Execution Program

D.1.1. Preparation of Annual Budget Proposal

–       Workshop on Parameters setting/Budget Preparation Calendar of CDA

–       Formulation of Tier 1 and Tier 2

–       Filling-up of BP Forms

–       On-line submission of BP (OSBP)

D.1.2. Preparation of Budget Execution Document


D.1.3. Preparation of Financial Accountability Report


–       Mid-year assessment

–       Year-end assessment Closing

–       Financial Performance

D.1.4. Preparation of monthly, quarterly, year-end

     financial report

–       Processing of claims in accordance with CDA rules and regulations

–       Remittance of tax withheld/premium contribution to GSIS/Philhealth/Pag-ibig and others

D.2. Human Resource Development Program D.2.1. Formulation and consolidation of Individual Development Plan (IDP)

D.2.2. Conduct of Effectiveness Monitoring for Capacity Interventions rendered

D.2.3. Recruitment and Placement

D.2.4. Crafting of Learning and Development and Benchmarking Plan (LDBP)

D.2.5. Orientation of Personnel on Strategic Performance Management System (SPMS)

D.2.6. Conduct of other Human Resource Development Activities

D.2.7. Awards and Incentives to CDS

D.3. General Services D.3.1. Motor Vehicle Acquisition Plan

D.3.2. Implementation of Motor Vehicle Maintenance Program

D.3.3.  Implementation of Building and Equipment Maintenance Program

D.3.4. Disaster Preparedness Activities

D.4. Property Management Program D.4.1. Preparation of the Annual Procurement Plan (APP)

D.4.2. Preparation, submission and monitoring of website posting of Procurement Monitoring Report (PMR) in the form prescribed by the Government Procurement Policy Board (GPPB)

D.4.3. Conduct of Physical Count of Inventories

D.4.4. Conduct of disposal of unserviceable equipment and waste materials

D.5. Revenue Generation – Collection of Fees Fees due to the CDA collected and duly receipted
D.6.Records And Document    Management D.6.1. Maintenance of the Records Room

D.6.2. Classification of Records for Retention/disposal

D.6.3. Disposal of Valueless Records in accordance with established guidelines of the National Archive of the Philippines (NAP)

D.7. Cashiering Services D.7.1. Revenue Generation-Collection of Fees

D.7.2. Remittance of Collaboration to the Bureau of Treasury

D.7.3. Preparation and Submission of List of Due and Demandable A/P (LDDAP)

D.7.4. Preparation and submission of reports to Accounting Unit such as report of collection, report of disbursement, report of check issued with approved vouchers