Member of the COTELCO Multi—Sectoral Electrification Advisory Council (MSEAC) actively taking part in the Eelectrification Program particularly in the Cooperative Social Responsibility (CSR).

On 21 March 2018, the MSEAC Makilala showed its support to the IP Caravan Medical Outreach program spearheaded by the Regional Inter Agency Committee (RIAC).

The activity was held at Sitio Concepcion in Barangay Biangan, Makilala, North Cotabato.

The program aims to officially launch the activity dubbed as the last mile with the theme “Saan Mang Sulok, Kalusugan Maaabot”.

Even the farthest sitios within the country will be given the chance to avail of the services provided by the government especially those who need medical care.

More or less 300 residents undergone medical check-up including laboratory and dental, surgical screening, minor operation and consultation, as well as free vitamins and medicines.

Meanwhile, the MSEAC Kabacan initiated an Electrification Awareness Symposium to some of the active women’s organization in Kabacan, North Cotabato.

The said activity was conducted in partnership with the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) which is in line with the Women’s month Celebration on March 23, 2018 at the USM function Hall.

COTELCO will continue to show its strong support to the various initiatives of the government as partner in the Rural Electrification Program.

MSEAC is on the ACT

Every Multi—Sectoral Electrification Advisory Council (MSEAC) member is dedicated and committed to perform his duties and responsibilities in espousing all the programs of the cooperative and to lend a hand in all its thrusts for the good and benefit of all memberconsumer-owners.

All of them they continue to move ahead carrying the belief that “nothing is impossible if we will work together”.

Just like the MSEAC from Kidapawan East district headed by BOD Zenaida Embodo and Magpet District headed by BOD Jupiter Rubino who had their joint meeting for the 1st quarter of 2018 was held at Lady M Chinese Cuisine in Kidapawan City.

Together they looked into the matter concerning all the complaints, requests and problems faced by all member-consumerowners in their district in terms of electrification to the BOD and to the management of COTELCO for immediate and appropriate action.

Also mentioned during the meeting about the empowerment the member-consumerowners (MCOs) by intensifying and utilizing the new media like face book and other social networking sites. Posting what is going on in the coop will help consumers understand the situations especially when there is power interruptions.

MSEAC members are bounded by their roles as they took oath before the Cotabato Electric Cooperative Inc. as complement of the electric cooperative.

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