Issue of November 12, 2017
     
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City council commends 2017 best performing cooperatives
by Ofelia C. Empian

The city council lauded various cooperatives for being this year’s best performing entities and recognized their role in helping uplift the lives of the people and improving the city’s economy.

“These cooperatives have played a significant role in the development of the city, particularly in poverty reduction, job generation, and social integration.

They promote self-reliance, create employment and encourage entrepreneurial opportunities,” read the resolution authored by Councilor Arthur Allad-iw, chair of the Committee on Employment, Livelihood, and Cooperatives.

The declaration came during the joint Cordillera and Baguio City Cooperative Month celebration held in the city last month where various cooperatives were honored in their respective categories.

The coop month celebration, with the theme “Cooperatives: empowering the poor and the vulnerable towards job creation and poverty eradication,” was spearheaded by the Baguio City Cooperative Development Council and the Cordillera Administrative Regional Cooperative Development Council.

Honored as 2017 best performing cooperatives as “Century Cooperatives” are Baguio-Benguet Community Credit Cooperative, Texins Multipurpose Cooperative, Mothers and Family MPC, Moog-Baguio Credit Cooperative, Baguio Vegetable Retailers Savings and Credit Coop, Baguio General Hospital and Medical Center Employees’ MPC, Northern Luzon Federation of Cooperatives and Development Center, Baguio Market Vendors MPC, Saint Louis University-Saint Vincent Parish Housing Cooperative, Baguio Entrepreneurs Credit Cooperative, Baguio City School Teachers and Employees MPC, BARP MPC, BAMAPCOM Entrepreneur’s MPC, and the Taloy Norte Farmers MPC.

Also awarded as Highest Total Asset are the Baguio-Benguet Community Credit Coop (large coop category), San Vicente-Baguio MPC (medium coop category), Baguio Country Club Employees MPC (small coop category) and John Hay United Employees Coop (micro coop category). 

The highest net worth award went to Baguio Benguet Community Credit Coop (large coop), DENR-CAR Employees MPC (medium), Baguio Country Club Employees MPC (small), and Our Lady of Lourdes Parish MPC (micro), among other awardees.


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