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Annex A

SOCIAL AUDIT WORKING DOCUMENT


FOR THE YEAR _____
2018

A. BASIC INFORMATION OF THE COOPERATIVE

NAME: _________________________________________________________________
AMSUA Multi-Purpose Cooperative

ADDRESS: _________________________________________________________________
STTC Bldg., MSU Campus, Fatima, General Santos City

REGISTRATION NO.: ____________________


9520-12011650 DATE REGISTERED: March
___________________
22, 2010

B. STATEMENT OF:

VISION: ___________________________________________________________
The AMSUA-MPC with committed officers and members working together towards effective and
___________________________________________________________
efficient economic organization that provides quality service to its members.

MISSION: ___________________________________________________________
To become a sustainable cooperative which shall equip and develop its members and officers with
___________________________________________________________
entrepreneurial values, extend credit to its members for productive and provident purposes.

CORE VALUES: ___________________________________________________________


Community and fellowship, with mutual giving of support and cooperation, respect and understanding;
___________________________________________________________
Accountability including taking responsibility and adherence to procedure; Commitment to excellence.

SOCIAL GOALS: ___________________________________________________________


To help improve the quality of life of its members.
___________________________________________________________

C. POLICIES AND GUIDELINES ON SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT

TITLE/DESCRIPTION OF SOURCE OF BOD/GA DATE


POLICY/ GUIDELINES DOCUMENT RESOLUTION NO. APPROVED

D. SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

The social development program of the cooperative focuses on two (2) areas: a) for the cooperative
itself; and b) for the community. The source of fund for the first area may vary from Cooperative
Education and Training Fund (CETF), optional fund or outright expense; while the second area is exclusive
from the Community Development Fund (CDF).

D.1. Cooperative

D.1.a. Members

KEY AREAS SPECIFIC NO. OF NO. OF BENEFICIARIES AMOUNT SOURCE


ACTIVITIES ACTIVITIES MALE FEMALE TOTAL UTILIZED OF
FUND
Education; GA Education
Scholarship; Committee Time 1 90 Outright
Expense
training
Health program
Social
events/gatherings
Social protection
(insurance and
mutual benefits)
Disaster Risk
Reduction &
Management
Gender equality
and women
empowerment
Others, specify
Subtotal 1

D.1.b. Officers

KEY AREAS SPECIFIC NO. OF NO. OF BENEFICIARIES AMOUNT SOURCE


ACTIVITIES ACTIVITIES MALE FEMALE TOTAL UTILIZED OF
FUND
Education;
Scholarship; GAD Seminar 1 1 P1,500.00 CETF
training
Health program
Social
events/gatherings
Social protection
(insurance and
mutual benefits)
Disaster Risk
Reduction &
Management
Gender equality
and women
empowerment
Others, specify
Subtotal 1

D.1.c. Staff

KEY AREAS SPECIFIC NO. OF NO. OF BENEFICIARIES AMOUNT SOURCE


ACTIVITIES ACTIVITIES MALE FEMALE TOTAL UTILIZED OF
FUND
Education;
Sponsored by
Scholarship; ICEFC 2018 1 1
ICEFC
training
Health program
Social
events/gatherings
Social protection Employee's Outright
P37,582.20
(insurance and benefits: SSS, 1
1 Expense
mutual benefits) HDMF, PHIC
Disaster Risk
Reduction &
Management
Gender equality
and women
empowerment
Others, specify
Subtotal 2
D.2. Community

KEY AREAS SPECIFIC NO. OF NO. OF BENEFICIARIES AMOUNT


ACTIVITIES ACTIVITIES MALE FEMALE TOTAL UTILIZED
Education, training,
Balik Skwela
seminar for non- 2018
1 50 70 120 P8,000.00

members
Environment Sponsored by
conservation and ICEFC 2018 1 200 ICEFC; part of the
protection working committee
Health and Medical Mission
50 100 P5,391.00
1 50
sanitation 2018

Partnership and
community groups
Sports, Cultural and
religious activities
Disaster Risk
Reduction &
Management
Gender equality and
women
empowerment
Inclusivity
(Membership
expansion)
Support to the
vulnerable sector of
society
Children and Youth
Person with
Disabilities
Elderly
Indigenous people
Others specify
Sub Total 3

E. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUND (CDF)

Accumulated Amount of Amount Utilized for Percentage of


CDF Cooperative Social Activities Utilization
P36,724.14 P13,391.00 36.46%

Accomplished by:

ZITA O. PUTI-AN
SOCIAL AUDITOR/AUDIT COMMITTEE/INTERNAL AUDITOR
Annex B

PROFORMA SOCIAL AUDIT REPORT

XYZ Multipurpose
AMSUA Multi-PurposeCooperative
Cooperative is a duly registered cooperative with the Cooperative Development Authority
(CDA) under Registration no.__________
9520-12011650 on March
_____________.
22, 2010 Its registered office address is
___________________________.
STTC Bldg., MSu Campus, Fatima, GSC

We have audited the


thesocial
social performance
performance of theMulti-Purpose
of the AMSUA XYZ Multipurpose Cooperative on ____________
Cooperative December 22,2018 (date)
covering the CY 20____ to validate
18 to validate the adherence
the adherence of the cooperative to the seventh cooperative principle,
the "Concern for Community" and determines whether the cooperative works for the community's sustainable
development through policies and programs approved by their members.

This Social Audit is in compliance with Rule 11 of the Revised Implementing Rules and Regulations of RA
9520 and Memorandum Circular No. 2017 - ____ issued by the CDA.

Hereunder are the Auditor’s report on the comments/recommendations in major key areas of social
performance:

KEY AREAS COMMENTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS


(SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT PERSPECTIVE)
A. STATEMENT OF VISION, MISSION, CORE
VALUES & SOCIAL GOALS
B. POLICIES AND GUIDELINES ON SOCIAL To formulate policies and guidelines on social development for the
DEVELOPMENT succeeding years.
C. SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS
 COOPERATIVE To conduct trainings for members and officers.
 COMMUNITY To conduct outreach programs for the community.
D. ALLOTMENT AND UTILIZATION OF To look for other funding sources or benefactors to sufficiently fund
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUND future programs.

E. OTHERS, SPECIFY

Based on the above information, the following are the recommended action/s to enhance the social
performance of the cooperative to achieve its social goals:

AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT RECOMMENDED ACTION/S MANAGEMENT COMMITMENT

Social Development Programs Conduct of trainings and programs for


members.

Prepared by:

_________________________________
ZITA O. PUTI-AN
SOCIAL AUDITOR/AUDIT COMMITTEE/
INTERNAL AUDITOR

Conforme:

_____________________
MARIA JANE A. BAYONA
GENERAL MANAGER

_____________________
NAEL JOSEPH D. CRUSPERO
CHAIRPERSON
Annex C

MANAGEMENT SOCIAL PERFORMANCE REPORT

SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
ACTUAL ACCOMPLISHMENT VARIANCE REMARKS
PLAN

Balik Skwela 2018 1 Accomplished

Medical Mission 2018 1 Accomplished

Prepared by: Reviewed by:


SHIENA LOU A. RABACAL MARIA JANE A. BAYONA
MANAGEMENT STAFF GENERAL MANAGER

Approved by:
NAEL JOSEPH D. CRUSPERO
CHAIRMAN