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cooperative

noun Vox populi An organization whose members share purchasing clout, resources or other materials. See Health insurance purchasing.
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Tabuk Farmers Multi-Purpose Cooperative, Tabuk City, Kalinga
The cooperative societies facilitated the way of farmers by providing them with the inputs like loan, fertilisers and seeds.
Since first published by USDA in 1982, State Incorporation Statutes for Fanner Cooperatives, by James Baarda, has helped individuals form cooperatives and stay compliant with cooperative state laws.
The rest of the EC-beneficiaries are Samar Electric Cooperatives I and II; Cebu I and III Electric Cooperatives, Camotes Island Electric Cooperative Inc.
Working with cooperatives has been a career-long commitment, and I'm honored to join such a prestigious group of members in the Cooperative Hall of Fame," said Silver.
International Labor Organization (ILO) pays constant attention to the development of cooperative movement, considering cooperatives an important institution, which provides for the sustainable development of the society (Hagen Henry, 2012).
Expert panel member, John Dunn who is Vice President for Cooperative Development with the National Cooperative Business Association (NCBA) sees greater interest in creating cooperatives during times of economic stress.
Miller, Ruby Sipes, Valley Telephone Cooperative, Inc.
Cooperative learning provides a means for educators to positively influence social and academic outcomes for students with disabilities to facilitate student motivation and active participation within the classroom.
The most successful group of black co-ops is the Federation of Southern Cooperatives/ Land Assistance Fund, which is a "network of rural cooperatives, credit unions, and state associations of cooperatives and cooperative development centers in the southern United States," says Nembhard.
Each member dealt exclusively with one of three crops that the cooperative would market in the U.
After one successful year, the group named itself the Kensington Cooperative Nursery School, and thus became an early participant in what would soon emerge as a nationwide movement among suburban mothers: the cooperative nursery school movement.

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