Issue of March 11, 2018

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Kalinga coops shares blessings
by PIA–Kalinga

TABUK CITY, Kalinga – Tabuk Multi-Purpose Cooperative (Tampco) continues its tradition of sharing its blessings to communities and helping those in extreme need.

Emerli Colangan, Tampco Chief Executive Officer, in her report during the 46th Annual General Assembly, said the cooperative upholds the 7th principle of cooperation – Concern for the community – where most of their activities are in partnership with government.

The coop extended financial assistance to 21 members who were seriously ill and refunded hospitalization expenses of 526 member-patients under the Damayan Pangkalusugan reaching payment to total claims of P1.6 million, Colangan said.

She said the coop in partnership with Tabuk City government also conducted medical and veterinary missions in barangays Santor and Liwan West in Rizal and at sitio Bayabat, Dilag this city. The mission in Santor was coupled with a tree planting.

She said that instead of celebrating Christmas in the office, Tampco personnel trooped to sitio Potao in Cagaluan, Pasil bringing with them gifts that were distributed to villagers.

The board of directors (BOD) also approved the vermin production program for members to earn additional income and created the social concern committee to look into solutions of social problems and issues confronting members of the coop.

With an asset of P1.223 billion, Tampco is the No. 51 largest cooperative in the country, according to the Cooperative Development Authority.

The coop, founded in 1971, continues to grow. The BOD approved the opening of field offices in Conner, Apayao and Rizal with a purchased lot of 1,200 square meters to serve as site of the branch in Rizal and upgrading the Santiago City field office into a branch office.

It is also expanding its coverage to some barangays, including that of Paracelis, Mountain Province and Conner, Apayao.

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