PFCCO aims to promote cooperation among cooperatives and at the same time ensure the sustainability and stability of individual cooperatives. PFCCO ML products and services can be summarized in its BEST platform where:

B –Business Enterprise

CFF- Central Finance Facility

• In its very essence, the Central Finance Facility (CFF) is one of the economic drivers of the League. It is one of the services where member-coops are encouraged to pool their resources and invest through different types of deposits (share, savings and time deposits) allowing financial intermediation to other coops from the funds generated. The CFF is now gaining momentum to complement with our Coop Business Solutions initiatives.

Cooperative Business Solutions

• One of the emerging strongholds of the League is our Comprehensive Accounting and reporting system or Coopbase Solutions with BIR Permit No. CAS-0315-098-000-002.

E – Education and Training

Accredited Training Provider with Certificate Number 006 under CDA

•The League Education and Training is one of the reasons why the League survived during tumultuous and challenging years, with partnerships with different Government Agencies, LGU’s and Cooperative Development Councils and others. The League also focuses this year on In - House Training to our affiliate primary cooperatives with specific training needs.

• Cooperative Development Authority ( CDA) mandated Training Courses (Basic Cooperative Course, Cooperative Management and Governance, Financial Management, Conflict Management, Parliamentary Procedure, Leadership and Values Re-orientation, Strategic Planning, Audit Management, Records Management, Entrepreneurial & Business Management, Basic Accounting for Non-Accountants, Internal Control, Rules Formulation and Cooperative Standards)

• Credit Union Directors Competency Course, CEO Competency Course.

• Loan Officer Competency Course, Audit Competency Course

• Specialized Courses (Business Planning & Cash Flow Projection, Financial Management, Writing Minutes and Filing System, Leadership Training, Credit Union Microfinance Innovation Training, Credit Management Skills & Collection Strategy, Audit and Internal Control, etc.)

• Professionalization Training (Financial Viability, Good Governance, Member Satisfaction, Employees Satisfaction, and Competitive Position)

• On the Job Training (Manager, Cashier, and Collector

• In-House Training in coordination with Municipal/Provincial Cooperative Development Council, Local Government Unit, Department of Agrarian Reform

S – Social Advocacy

Community and Social Involvement

• Coop Month Celebration For more than a decade, the League has always been at the forefront of the month-long activities to commemorate and celebrate the gains that cooperativism has brought to the lives of every cooperative in the region. Among the activities conducted were:

• Yearly Educational Activities for the Youth – The League conducted an educational contest (Quiz-Bowl, On-the Spot Poster Making Contest & Oratorical Contest).

• Yearly Environment Protection –A huge number of cooperatives participated in the mangrove planting and tree planting. Tree Planting Activities at Indahag, Cagayan de Oro City while Mangrove Planting at Bonbon, Cagayan de Oro City

T – Technical Assistance

League Governance

The League’s Board of Directors continues to play a vital role in all the league issues and concerns thus conducting regular Board Meetings and providing opportunities for the team to focus more on the ongoing concern and strategic direction

The League Board of Directors already made a bold move for the League to move forward and to better serve our member primary cooperatives.


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