CDA Dagupan Strategies for WFP 2014

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2. Vision without action is a daydream. Action without vision is a nightmare . Japanese Proverbjo bitonio for MPAPC 3. The 2014 Four Major Final Outcomes of CDA Effective Research, Information and Training Services for CooperativesResponsive Development Programs for Coops (Strategic and Tactical Alliances/CDA Partnership and Collaborations with other NGAs)Program for the Regulation and Growth of CooperativesImproved Delivery Mechanisms of the CDA and Enhanced Regulatory Framework 4. Better internal coordinationjo bitonio for MPAPC 5. Link Program & Projects to Strategy for effective use of scarce resourcesjo bitonio for MPAPC 6. Encourage Teachers Cooperative to register a laboratory cooperative Request Electric Cooperatives to submit list of new memberconsumers Gawad Parangal recognition of Best in Membership and Growth Expansion jo bitonio for MPAPC 7. Collection Collection of Penalties for non compliance in the submission of mandatory reports jo bitonio for MPAPC 8. Feedback Mechanism Analysis of Inspection, examination PESOS, PISO, PAR, SAR and TrainingFeedback and advisory to cooperativesjo bitonio for MPAPC 9. Provision of Technical Assistance Field CDS-IIs will be provided TA formsjo bitonio for MPAPC 10. Partnership Among NGAs, LGUs NGOs, Cooperatives, SUC, CDCs Provide pro forma MOU/MOA to CDS-IIs jo bitonio for MPAPC 11. jo bitonio for MPAPC 12. Mobilize Human Capital Submission of IPCR clearly defined Deliverables for CDS-IIs Monitors progress of PPA Outstanding Employee Better control of financial, physical, and human resources jo bitonio for MPAPC 13. Mobilize Human CapitalConduct of monthly MANCOMStrengthen the human resource involved in implementation to get desired results Monitoring of performance Governance Review Better internal coordinationjo bitonio for MPAPC 14. Communication and Advocacy Promote branching, satellite, laboratory cooperatives, membership expansion jo bitonio for MPAPC 15. Build Up email data base of all cooperatorsCommunication and AdvocacyOD to help cooperatives to have an email account or FB jo bitonio for MPAPC 16. Customer Satisfaction Customer focus Prompt and efficient delivery of services Being courteous all the time Responding to clients complaints the soonest timejo bitonio for MPAPC 17. We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence then, is not an act, but a habit. Aristotlejo bitonio for MPAPC 18. Neededjo bitonio for MPAPC 19. Resource Requesting above the ceiling a. Capital outlay for PCs b. Training Program c. Repair and improvement of the CDA sub La Union Office jo bitonio for MPAPC 20. Talent is cheaper than table salt. What separates the talented individual from the successful one is a lot of hard work. Stephen Kingjo bitonio for MPAPC 21. Contributions from Various CDA EOs jo bitonio for MPAPC November 2013 22. Communication and Advocacy Programs thru Local Radio, TV, News Paper and ICT. jo bitonio for MPAPC 23. Strengthening of Federations/ Unions Technical Assistance and Partnership on the conduct technical, developmental and social activities such as trainings and seminars, medical mission, environment and eco- waste educational campaign, etc. jo bitonio for MPAPC 24. Gawad Parangal and documentation of success stories of regional/national winners Info dissemination through council meetings and website announcements Regional workshop for possible contenders. Posting of success stories through website jo bitonio for MPAPC 25. CDA Accreditation Program 1.2.3. 4.Identify other providers in the region and review the terms of reference of accreditation Inform the parties about the expiration of their accreditation Assist /monitor the document preparation Facilitate the endorsement to the Central Officejo bitonio for MPAPC 26. On-line Marketing Program ( 1. 2. 3.4.Identify cooperatives per province for mainstreaming in the system Coordinate with the system administrator Conduct forum/fora/roadshow /trade fair to encourage cooperatives to participate Assist/ monitor development of activities for publicationjo bitonio for MPAPC 27. Implementation and Maintenance of the CDAs Quality Management System 1.2. 3. 4. 5.Regular orientation on the functions and responsibilities of the members of the QMS team Regular conduct of 5S Conduct of Internal Quality Audits Attendance to QMS-related Trainings Monitoring and evaluation jo bitonio for MPAPC 28. Asset Management 1. Regular monitoring of the Building Maintenance Plan 2. Regular monitoring of the Vehicle and Equipment Preventive Maintenance Plan 3. Regular Conduct of Physical Count and Inventories 4. Regular Conduct of Disposal of Unserviceable Property and Equipment and Waste Materials jo bitonio for MPAPC 29. Records Management 1. Regular monitoring of Records and Document 2. Ensuring that it is managed in accordance with Procedure on Control of Records and Documents jo bitonio for MPAPCSource: 30. The Cooperative Development Authority has to follow a holistic approach, in response to the metamorphosing of cooperatives that are continuously re-defining themselves To fully respond to the to squarely resolve intricacies of development, i.e., challenges ahead Integrated cooperativism as vehicle of the beneficiaries to sustain the projects such as agrarian reform, community-based resource management, womens health, job generation, food security, ecological integrity (Ravanera (2013). 31. This truism makes the broader role of CDA on empowerment, regulatory and development even more essential. jo bitonio for MPAPC 32. The Holistic Development ApproachGood GovernanceMicro Financing Productivity Enhancement Marketing Entrepreneurship Job GenerationSocio Economics-Create Conducive Policy Environment Participate in Decision Making Strengthening of CDSs Integrate Cooperativism in the Development Processes Gender and Development Resource ManagementBasic Utilities/ ServicesSource: Ravanera: 2013 Access and Control of Ecological Resources Agrarian Reform Community-based Resource Management Protection/Enhancement of Ecological Wealth Consumer owned Water and Electric Cooperatives Strengthening of Transport Cooperatives Broaden Coverage of Co-op Insurance Pharmaceutical Co-ops Co-op Schools/Institutes Co-op MediaSocial Justice & EquityPeace Stability ProductivitySustainability 33. Cooperativism & Social Transformation ZONE IZONE IIZONE IIIBREAKDOWNBREAKTHROUGHTRANSFORMATIONDehumanizing Poverty Powerlessness of the people No access to resources Lack of capabilities/ opportunitiesMarginalization of People and Resources Degradation of Values and Ecosystems Social Injustice/Gross Inequities Global Financial CrisisCOOPERATIVISM : A Transformative Leading Edge A Tool of EmpowermentDevelop Fully Human Potentials Harnessing Collective Energies Access and Control of Resources Builders of Sustainability Backbone of Social Solidarity Economy Coping Mechanism for Asian Economic Community by 2015 SUSTAINABLE FUTUREEcologically Sustainable, Socially Equitable Development Social Justice Social Equity Meaningful Peoples Participation Meeting the Millennium Devt Goals Attained Sustainable Devt Principles institutionalized PEACE, STABILITY & SUSTAINABILITY DEMOCRATIZATION OF WEALTH AND POWERApathy Conflict/violenceEXTINCTIONA Vehicle for PEACE, Unity & Cooperation Democratic Control Participation Ideologically NeutralACCELERATIONSource: Ravanera: 2013 34. CDA as the Lead Agency in Advancing Cooperativism The Three (3) Converging ArrowsSource: Ravanera: 2013