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Young Co-op Goes Digital Thru KAYA Payment Platform

CAUAYAN CITY – Who would ever think that an obscure barangay would experience cashless transactions in sari-sari stores, carinderias, and the talipapa? Barangay Nungnungan Dos is proving to be the epicenter of digitalization in this city as Exponent Credit Cooperative (ECC) leads the way, powered by KAYA Payment Platform. ECC currently uses KAYA ATM, KAYA

“Digitalize!” says Asec Vidal

Asst. Vidal Villanueva of the Cooperative Development Authority spoke at the International Credit Union Day celebration on October 21, and he gave a very urgent advise of credit co-operatives are to reach the unbanked communities, with special mention of KAYA Payment Platform offered by NATCCO and PFCCO. Credit co-ops must reach the unbanked communities, so

CDA issues memo on Technology Service Cooperatives

To enable primary cooperatives to provide their members mobile banking capability, the Cooperative Development Authority allows the formation of Technology Service Cooperatives. Information Technology needed in finance is too expensive for most primary cooperatives.  That is why in most instances, co-ops have to pool resources – through a co-op federation – to raise the necessary

KAYA Payment Platform gets WOCCU Digital Growth Award

Madison, USA – The World Council of Credit Unions (WOCCU) has awarded the 2021 Digital Growth Award to the KAYA Payment Platform. KAYA Payment Platform is offered by the Philippine Federation of Credit Cooperatives (PFCCO) and the National Confederation of Cooperatives (NATCCO), together with the Association of Asian Confederation of Credit Unions (ACCU). KPP is

KAYA ATM boosts TOMVEDCO operation and reputation

Tondo, MANILA –  During the COVID Crisis, the Tondo Foreshore Market Vendors Development Cooperative (TOMVEDCO), which operates in one of the poorest and densely populated areas in Metro Manila, distributed rice & food packs, provided flu and pneumonia vaccination, and fed 210 local kids nutritious meals under the Hunger Warrior Project of NATCCO. And at

Digital transactions, webinars needed more than ever

During the quarantine period that began on March 16, traveling to public places and crowd gatherings have stopped. People have stayed home to avoid contracting the COVID-19 disease.