AURORA FARMERS & FISHERFOLKS AGRICULTURE COOPERATIVE
Poblacion, Dingalan, Aurora

Name of ProjectFunding SourceAmount (P)Status
Deep Sea Fishing ProjectDA-ACPCPhp 15 MIn-Progress
Goat Multiplier FarmDA-RFO IIIPhp 5 MIn-Progress

CAUT FARMERS FIELD SCHOOL MARKETING COOPERATIVE
Barangay Caut, La Paz, Tarlac

ACTION PLAN FOR 2021-2026

The following activities were identified to be conducted to support the development of the Caut Farmers Field School Marketing Cooperative

Key Activities
/ Engagement                            
Duration/
Frequency                  
Expenses to
be incurred
Cost Responsible/ Participants Expected
outcome
Attend/conduct
mandatory trainings
for the Organization’s
officers and member
Jan – Jun/Year Meals/
Snacks Transportation
P150.00
/ pax
Education
committee
management
Completed
the
mandatory trainings
Membership
recruitment
Jan – Dec/
Yearly
Promotion/ Miscellaneous P2000.00 for the
year
Education/
Training/ Membership Committee
Increased at least 10% new members yearly
ACBL Amendments:
Marketing Coop to
Multi-Purpose coop:
320,000.00 to
5,000,000.00
Authorized
Capital
Jun – Dec
2021
Fee/
transportation
10,000.00 Management Amended MPC with additional services and business enterprises
Business expansion:
Buying processing
and selling of Farmer’s
product;
Jan – Dec
2021
onwards
Promotion/fee/ Transportation/ miscellaneous Variable Management Increased
income
Expansion of
financial Resources
and working capital
Jan – Dec
Yearly
Borrowing costs/ miscellaneous Variable Management
BOD
Loans from financial institutions granted
Prepare grant
proposals to
different foundations,
government agencies
and other
organization
Jan – Dec
Yearly
Miscellaneous   Variable Management
BOD
Awarded at least one grant per year
Submission of
mandatory
requirements to
authorities and
other government
agencies
Jan – March
Yearly
Miscellaneous   Variable Management
BOD
Committees
Prepared complete reports on time
Monitor the
implementation
of the Policies,
System and
Procedures of
the Coop
Quarterly Miscellaneous   Variable Management
BOD GA
Policies are well implemented
Review of existing
Policies Systems
and Procedures
Quarterly Miscellaneous   Variable BOD
Management
PSPs are in accordance with existing laws, rules and regulation
Conduct annual
meeting with all
the members to
refresh them
with their
duties, rights
and responsibilities. Also to update them on new policies,
services and/or
project of the coop.
Annually Meals/ snacks Miscellaneous P100.00 Per pax All members Successful meeting
Participation to
the activities on
community and
development and
environmental
issues awareness
Jan – Dec Miscellaneous Variable All Members Contribute to the success of the activities in the community
Identification and establishment of
the most appropriate business enterprise for the coop
Jan – Dec Yearly Miscellaneous Variable BOD
Management
Business enterprise
created
Construction of new office of the coop To be started In 2021   P500,000.00 Management To be
completed
in 2022

LIST OF CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS (CSO) WITH ACCREDITATION AND FUNDING ALLOCATION

Samahang Kababaihan ng Capintalan Multi-purpose CooperativeCapintalan, Carranglan, Nueva Ecija

List of Projects implemented for the last three (3) year with the source of funds

Name of Project Year
Acquired
Funding
Source
Amount (P) Status
Ginger Tea
Processing
2017 DTI-Grant
with Equity
500,000 Active
Village Level
Processing
Center
Enhancement
Program
2018 DAR   Active
SLP-PRDP 2018 DA 1,000,000 Active
Delivery Vehicle 2019 LBP with
equity
1,200,000 Active

SAN MARIANO PRIMARY MULTIPURPOSE COOPERATIVE
San Mariano, San Antonio, Nueva Ecija

List of Projects implemented for the last three (3) year with the source of funds

Name of Project Funding Source Amount (P) Status
Hand Tractor DA Grant Php 70 K Operationa
Mini Tractor DA Grant Php 1.2 M Operational
Combine Harvester DA Grant Php 1.8 M Operational
Recirculating Dryer DA Grant Php 1.7 M Operational

RICEUP-FARMERS INCORPORATED
CVR bldg.., Concepcion, Lubao, Pampanga

Name of Project Funding Source Amount (P) Status
Community-based
Farm School
Program
(Agribusiness
Training)
BYU-Hawaii,
Award
Prize Money
Php 1 M In Progress
RiceUp Marketplace Award Prize
Money
and personal
contribution of
members
Php 400 K In Progress

CAUT FARMERS FIELD SCHOOL MARKETING COOPERATIVE
Brgy. Caut, La Paz, Tarlac

List of Projects implemented for the last three (3) year with the source of funds

Name of Project Date
Stated
Funding Source Amount Status
Custom Services:
Mungbean Thresher
Mar. 2020 DA-RFO III Php 130 K Operational
Custom Services:
Combine Harvester
Feb. 2020 DA-RFO III Php 1.7 M Operational
Establishment of Mungbean Trading Post with Custom Service Facilities in the Province of Tarlac Feb. 2020 DA-PRDP Php 15.9 M Construction on going
Farm Input Support:
Fertilizers for 100 ha. Hybrid Model Farm
Nov. 2019 DA-RFO III (180 bags of Asst’ fertilizers) Used last dry season 2019-2020
Farm Input Support:
Hybrid seeds for 100 ha. Community Hybrid model farmFertilizers
June 2020 DA-RFO III 105 bags hybrid seeds, 248 bags 14-14-14, 64bags 0-0-60 Used last wet season 2020
Palay and Rice Trading Feb. 2019 COOP’ Working Capital Php 200 K On-going through the use of rented semi cono
Farm Input Support:
Mungbean seeds support
Feb. 2018 PRDP (roll over) Php 240 K On going
Custom Services:
Combine Harvester
Jan. 2018 DA-RFO III Php 1.7 M Operational
Small Livelihood Project: Four wheeled mini tractor and rice reaper Oct. 2017 DA-PRDP Php 1 K Operational
Custom Services:
Rice Thresher
June 2017 DA-RFO III Operating occasionally, also used as cleaning equipment for palay

SOUTH NUEVA ECIJA SEED GROWERS MULTIPURPOSE COOPERATIVE
No. 692 Rizal St., Poblacion, San Isidro, Nueva Ecija

Name of Project Funding Source Amount Status
MPDP D.A. /COOP Php 400,000.00/Php 200,000.00 COMPLETED Operational
RPC1 D.A. /COOP Php 6M/Php 500,000.00 COMPLETED Operational

LIST OF CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS (CSO) WITH ACCREDITATION AND FUNDING ALLOCATION
(CSO Accreditations under DSWD and DA RFO3  (DSWD as Chairman and DA RFO3 as Member)

 
 

CSO WITH APPROVED DA RFO3 ACCREDITATION 

APPLYING FOR CSO ACCREDITATION