NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
(Posted November 29, 2018)

 The public, whether an individual, group or organization, is invited to submit to DA-Regional Field Office No. 5 (DA-RFO 5) any derogatory report or information for Calabanga Organic Producers Cooperative with office address at Zone 1 Del Carmen, Calabanga, Camarines Sur, which is applying for DA Civil Society Organization (CSO) Accreditation to implement programs/projects using government/public funds.

The Cooperative was registered under Cooperative Development Authority with Registration No. 9520-1050000000025921 dated February 11, 2015, by the following Board of Directors and is currently headed by Elsie Masalunga, BOD Chairperson with its General Manager Reynelia M. Sistena:

  1. Menelia C. Mortel (Vice-Chairperson)
  2. Isagani R. Betchayda (Member)
  3. Rodrigo J. Delfino (Member)
  4. Reynaldo A. Siguenza (Member)
  5. Christine DL. Bien (Treasurer)
  6. Teresita T. Viola (Secretary)

That the purposes for which the Cooperative was formed are as follows:

  1. To attain increased income, savings, investments, productivity and purchasing power and promote among themselves equitable distribution of net surplus through maximum utilization of economies of scale, cost-sharing and risk-sharing;
  2. To provide optimum social and economic benefits to its members;
  3. To teach members efficient ways of doing things in a cooperative manner;
  4. To propagate cooperative practices and new ideas in a cooperative manner;
  5. To allow the lower income and less privileged groups to increase their ownership in the wealth of the nation;
  6. To actively support the government, other cooperatives and people oriented organizations, both local and foreign, in promoting cooperatives as a practical means towards sustainable socio-economic development under a truly just and democratic society;
  7. To institutionalize a dynamic savings mobilization and capita build-up schemes to sustain its developmental activities and long-term investments, thereby ensuring optimum economic benefits to the members, their families and the general public;
  8. To implement policy guidelines that will ensure transparency, equitable access to its resources and services and promote the interest of the members; and
  9. To adopt such other plans as may help foster the welfare of the members, their families and the community.

 

For details, please contact:

DA-RFO 5 CSO ACCREDITATION SECRETARIAT
Tel. No. (054) 477-0381 or 477-3087
CP No. 0908-524-8265 (Ms. Gladys S. Regondola)
Email: da5ored@yahoo.com or  da5planning@gmail.com


NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC

(Posted November 29, 2018)

 The public, whether an individual, group or organization, is invited to submit to DA-Regional Field Office No. 5 (DA-RFO 5) any derogatory report or information for Bicolandia Greenfields Development Organization, Inc., (BIGFIS) with office address at Cor. Kayanga and Narra Streets Balatas, Naga City, which is applying for DA Civil Society Organization (CSO) Accreditation to implement programs/projects using government/public funds.

The BIGFIS was registered under Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) with Registration No. 177647 dated May 28, 2015, by the following incorporators and is currently headed by Joseph A. Cruz, BIGFIS President:

  1. Joel C. Botor (Vice President)
  2. Victor G. Reglos (Corporate Secretary)
  3. Valentino L. Valisto (Treasurer)
  4. Ma. Elena F. Quimio (Lead Researcher)
  5. Ulysses M. Rogando (Field Staff for Special Projects)

That the purposes for which such incorporation was formed are as follows:

  1. To help and assist members to engage and establish, manage, maintain and operate adequate livelihood facilities and services;
  2. To help and assist members to engage in agricultural production with the end in view of hastening rural development;
  3. To help and assist members to engage in food production ventures and industrial tree plantation;
  4. To develop attitudes and harness the people’s participation in every activity towards the development of the community through self-help and self-reliance;
  5. To encourage the people to utilize local resources effectively for livelihood activities so as to achieve better condition of life in the community;
  6. To enter into, make, perform and carry out or cancel and rescind contracts of every kind and for any lawful purpose with any person, firm, association, corporation, domestic or foreign;
  7. To help and assist members to acquire loans or aid from the government or non-government entity through any of its office/agency lending institutions for the purpose of financial assistance of local productive enterprise.

For details, please contact:

DA-RFO 5 CSO ACCREDITATION SECRETARIAT
Tel. No. (054) 477-0381 or 477-3087
CP No. 0908-524-8265 (Ms. Gladys S. Regondola)
Email: da5ored@yahoo.com or da5planning@gmail.com

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NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
(Posted November 22, 2018)

The public, whether an individual, group or organization, is invited to submit to DA-Regional Field Office No. 5 (DA-RFO 5) any derogatory report or information for Bicolandia Greenfields Development Organization, Inc., (BIGFIS) with office address at Cor. Kayanga and Narra Streets Balatas, Naga City, which is applying for DA Civil Society Organization (CSO) Accreditation to implement programs/projects using government/public funds.

The BIGFIS was registered under Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) with Registration No. 177647 dated May 28, 2015, by the following incorporators and is currently headed by Joseph A. Cruz, BIGFIS President:

  1. Joel C. Botor (Vice President)
  2. Victor G. Reglos (Corporate Secretary)
  3. Valentino L. Valisto (Treasurer)
  4. Ma. Elena F. Quimio (Lead Researcher)
  5. Ulysses M. Rogando (Field Staff for Special Projects)

That the purposes for which such incorporation was formed are as follows:

  1. To help and assist members to engage and establish, manage, maintain and operate adequate livelihood facilities and services;
  2. To help and assist members to engage in agricultural production with the end in view of hastening rural development;
  3. To help and assist members to engage in food production ventures and industrial tree plantation;
  4. To develop attitudes and harness the people’s participation in every activity towards the development of the community through self-help and self-reliance;
  5. To encourage the people to utilize local resources effectively for livelihood activities so as to achieve better condition of life in the community;
  6. To enter into, make, perform and carry out or cancel and rescind contracts of every kind and for any lawful purpose with any person, firm, association, corporation, domestic or foreign;
  7. To help and assist members to acquire loans or aid from the government or non-government entity through any of its office/agency lending institutions for the purpose of financial assistance of local productive enterprise.

For details, please contact:

 

DA-RFO 5 CSO ACCREDITATION SECRETARIAT
Tel. No. (054) 477-0381 or 477-3087
CP No. 0908-524-8265 (Ms. Gladys S. Regondola)
Email: da5ored@yahoo.com or da5planning@gmail.com

 


NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
(Posted November 22, 2018)

 The public, whether an individual, group or organization, is invited to submit to DA-Regional Field Office No. 5 (DA-RFO 5) any derogatory report or information for Pilipinas Shell Foundation, Inc. (PSFI) with office address at San Antonio, Bombon, Camarines Sur, which is applying for DA Civil Society Organization (CSO) Accreditation to implement programs/projects using government/public funds.

The PSFI was registered under Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) with Registration No. 106585 dated June 20, 2017, by the following incorporators and is currently headed by Cesar A. Buenaventura, PSFI Chairman of the Board with its President, Mr. Cesar Romero:

  1. Oscar Reyes    Mr. Ramon D. Del Rosario
  2. Fernando Zobel de Ayala  Mr. Homer Gerrard L. O
  3. Rolando J. Paulino Jr.   Mr. Edgar O. Chua
  4. Anthony Lawrence D. Yam  Mr. Sebastian C. Quinones, Jr.
  5. Dennis G. Gamab  Mr. Edgardo R. Veron Cruz
  6. Jose Jerome R. Pascual  Mr. Erwin R. Orcio
  7. Jannet C. Regalado  Mr. Ellie Chris C. Navarra
  8. Maria Dolores Delgado-Fansler

That the purposes for which such incorporation was formed are as follows:

  1. To function and operate as a private foundation to promote, sponsor, finance, pursue and/or conduct educational, social welfare, manpower development, technological, and/or scientific programmes for the good of mankind and the people of the Philippines in particular;
  2. To sponsor, finance and/or undertake programmes directly and/or in partnership with other institutions aimed at promoting new and established technologies, enhancing productivity, and/or the upgrading of skills in the fields of agriculture, industry, services, education, community development, health, safety, and environmental management;
  3. To assist communities in pursuing sustainable development programmes such as, but not limited to capability building, productivity enhancement, enterprise development, livelihood, social services, resource management and, carry on microfinance operations pursuant to RA No. 8425;
  4. To provide financial support, within the Philippines and abroad, for the studies of selected students and for the attendance at scientific conferences by qualified and competent scholars;
  5. To organize, staff and finance research projects which may be established in furtherance of the purposes and objectives of the Foundation;
  6. To promote, support and finance publication of reports prepared under the auspices of this Foundation;
  7. To receive and/or give grants, gifts, legacies, donations, contributions, endowments and financial aids or loans from any sources whatsoever and to make use of them in operating enterprises, activities and business as may be necessary to carry out the objectives of this Foundation;
  8. To invest or exchange any portion of its donations, revenues, earnings or capital in the purchase or acquisition of shares of stocks or bonds of other corporations and in real estate and other kinds of investments and shares of stocks as the corporation may devise or need from time to time to carry out the purpose and objectives of this Foundation; and
  9. Generally, to do all such things, transact such business, exercise such powers and authority as may be directly necessary, suitable or proper for the accomplishment of any of the purposes or the attainment of any or more of the objects herein enumerated or which shall appear at any time conducive to, or expedient for the Foundation;

For details, please contact:

 

DA-RFO 5 CSO ACCREDITATION SECRETARIAT
Tel. No. (054) 477-0381 or 477-3087
CP No. 0908-524-8265 (Ms. Gladys S. Regondola)
Email: da5ored@yahoo.com or da5planning@gmail.com

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NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
(Posted April 7, 2018)

The public, whether an individual, group or organization, is invited to submit to DA-Regional Field Office No. 5 (DA-RFO 5) any derogatory report or information for Capuy-Basud Multi-Purpose Cooperative (CABAMUCO) with office address at Maharlika Highway, Capuy, West District,  Sorsogon City, which is applying for DA Civil Society Organization (CSO) Accreditation to implement programs/projects using government/public funds.

The CABAMUCO was registered under Cooperative Development Authority with Registration No. 9520-05008498 dated February 23, 2010, by the following Board of Directors and is currently headed by Juan J. Liwanag, BOD Chairperson, with its General Manager Gloria B. Jardin:

  1. Rodolfo L. Bonete Jr. (Vice-Chairperson)
  2. Bernardo P. Bataller (Member)
  3. Ely Agripa (Member)
  4. Marianito Deniega (Member)
  5. Edna L. Agcaoili (Coop Secretary)
  6. Ma. Ana L. Jamon (Coop Treasurer)

That the purposes for which the Cooperative was formed are as follows:

  1. To engage in agricultural production programs particularly rice milling, palay/rice trading;
  2. To engage in warehousing and palay drying; and
  3. To engage in industrial production programs particularly organic fertilizer production, hand tractor, thresher and other farm production tools.

For details, please contact:

DA-RFO 5 CSO ACCREDITATION SECRETARIAT

Tel. No. (054) 477-0381 or 477-3087
CP No. 0921-475-8845 (Ms. Mary Ann R. Cuya)
Email: da5ored@yahoo.com or da5planning@gmail.com

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NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
(Posted April 7, 2018)

The public, whether an individual, group or organization, is invited to submit to DA-Regional Field Office No. 5 (DA-RFO 5) any derogatory report or information for CamSur Multi-Purpose Cooperative with office address at Zone 4, Cadlan, Pili, Camarines Sur, which is applying for DA Civil Society Organization (CSO) Accreditation to implement programs/projects using government/public funds.

The CMPC was registered under Cooperative Development Authority with Registration No. 9520-05004878 dated December 22, 2009, by the following Board of Directors and is currently headed by Eudeza A. Racadag, BOD Chairperson with its General Manager Annielen L. Panerio:

  1. Irene F. Abragan (Vice-Chairperson)
  2. Pachita T. Felix (Member)
  3. Lucila J. Hebrio(Member)
  4. Reynaldo D. Orbon(Member)
  5. Divinagracia R. Señar (Coop Secretary)
  6. Maria Cielo A. Rosales (Coop Treasurer)

That the purposes for which the Cooperative was formed are as follows:

  1. To undertake savings mobilization for capital;
  2. To formulate and implement program strategies that will provide its members and the communities within its area of operation needed goods/services;
  3. To engage in lending;
  4. To engage in trading of agricultural products such as but not limited to:rice, palay, corn, fertilizer and pesticides;
  5. To engage in trading of general merchandise;
  6. To engage in pansit production, rice milling, certified seed growing and rental of CMPC facilities;
  7. To provide photocopying, food catering, canteen, life and non-life insurance agent with climbs;
  8. To engage in the operation of lodging house;
  9. To promote mutual assistance through the cooperative way of life among members

For details, please contact:

DA-RFO 5 CSO ACCREDITATION SECRETARIAT

Tel. No. (054) 477-0381 or 477-3087
CP No. 0921-475-8845 (Ms. Mary Ann R. Cuya)
Email: da5ored@yahoo.com or   da5planning@gmail.com

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NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
(Posted April 7, 2018)

 The public, whether an individual, group or organization, is invited to submit to DA-Regional Field Office No. 5 (DA-RFO 5) any derogatory report or information for Magarao Multi-Purpose Cooperative with office address at San Isidro, Magarao, Camarines Sur, which is applying for DA Civil Society Organization (CSO) Accreditation to implement programs/projects using government/public funds.

The Magarao Multi-purpose Cooperative was registered under Cooperative Development Authority with Registration No. 9520-05002914 dated November 19, 2009, by the following Board of Directors and is currently headed by Estrella G. Bernardo, BOD Chairperson, with its General Manager Elmer C. Basbas:

  1. Jovito A. Gonzales (Vice-Chairperson)
  2. Lucila Arlene C. Austria (Member)
  3. Efren C. Morandarte (Member)
  4. Rosalina B. Bustamante (Member)
  5. Doris Y. Seña (Coop Secretary)
  6. Cristina V. Bogñalos (Coop Treasurer)

That the purposes for which the Cooperative was formed are as follows:

  1. To engage in production of agricultural products;
  2. To engage in post-harvest facilities services;
  3. To engage in dealership of Agricultural Inputs and consumer products;
  4. To engage in palay and rice trading;
  5. To engage in rice milling; and
  6. To engage in lending.

For details, please contact:

DA-RFO 5 CSO ACCREDITATION SECRETARIAT

Tel. No. (054) 477-0381 or 477-3087
CP No. 0921-475-8845 (Ms. Mary Ann R. Cuya)
Email: da5ored@yahoo.com or da5planning@gmail.com

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NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
(Posted April 7, 2018)

The public, whether an individual, group or organization, is invited to submit to DA-Regional Field Office No. 5 (DA-RFO 5) any derogatory report or information for Nabua West Multi-Purpose Cooperative with office address at Zone 4 Brgy. Sta. Cruz, Nabua, Camarines Sur, which is applying for DA Civil Society Organization (CSO) Accreditation to implement programs/projects using government/public funds.

The Nabua West Multi-purpose Cooperative was registered under Cooperative Development Authority with Registration No. 9520-05022060 dated July 12, 2012, by the following Board of Directors and is currently headed by Julian B. Abonal Jr., BOD Chairperson, with its General Manager Roman Odyllon F. Ladaw:

  1. Jose D. Olivares (Vice-Chairperson)
  2. Jose Melvin V. Torinte (Member)
  3. Virginia S. Tabermejo (Member)
  4. Paz B. Estrebello (Member)
  5. Regina M. Apan (Coop Secretary)
  6. Elizabeth Gavina Ladaw (Coop Treasurer)

That the purposes for which the Cooperative was formed are as follows

  1. To engage in savings and credit services;
  2. To engage in rice milling and rice trading services;
  3. To engage in palay and farm inputs trading;
  4. To engage in trading of general merchandise; and
  5. To provide catering services and canteen.

For details, please contact:

DA-RFO 5 CSO ACCREDITATION SECRETARIAT

 Tel. No. (054) 477-0381 or 477-3087
CP No. 0921-475-8845 (Ms. Mary Ann R. Cuya)
Email: da5ored@yahoo.com or   da5planning@gmail.com

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NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
(Posted April 6, 2018)

The public, whether an individual, group or organization, is invited to submit to DA-Regional Field Office No. 5 (DA-RFO 5) any derogatory report or information for San Antonio Farmers Irrigators Multi-Purpose Cooperative (SAFIMCO) with office address at San Antonio, Buhi, Camarines Sur, which is applying for DA Civil Society Organization (CSO) Accreditation to implement programs/projects using government/public funds.

The SAFIMCO was registered under Cooperative Development Authority with Registration No. 9520-05012507 dated January 6, 1992, by the following Board of Directors and is currently headed by Ronnie V. Valle, BOD Chairperson, with its General Manager Simeon S. Molina:

  1. Patricio R. Albar Jr. (Vice-Chairperson)
  2. Bobby N. Sapugay (Member)
  3. Crispino M. Borja Jr. (Member)
  4. Francia O. Lagatic (Member)
  5. Junjun V. Tale (Member)
  6. Julita B. Valenzuela (Member)
  7. Jose O. Salvadora (Member)
  8. Patricia T. Villareal (Member)
  9. Manuelito S. Ibo (Member)
  10. Eugenio L. Caayao (Member)
  11. Mila P. Navarro (Coop Secretary)
  12. Luz T. Valenzuela (Coop Treasurer)

That the purposes for which the Cooperative was formed are as follows:

  1. To engage in irrigation service;
  2. To engage in farm inputs trading;
  3. To engage in palay trading;
  4. To engage in consumers trading/barangay food terminal;
  5. To engage in hog/cattle dispersal;
  6. To engage in rice milling;
  7. To engage in flat-bed dryer/farm equipment rental; and
  8. To engage in micro-lending for members providential purpose.

For details, please contact:

DA-RFO 5 CSO ACCREDITATION SECRETARIAT

Tel. No. (054) 477-0381 or 477-3087
CP No. 0921-475-8845 (Ms. Mary Ann R. Cuya)
Email: da5ored@yahoo.com or da5planning@gmail.com