Today, Wednesday, October 19, 2022, at the MORESCO-1’s Emmanuel Pelaez Training Center – EPTC Function Hall in Laguindingan is another Capacitating the MCO Leaders on the ground (CAPDEV), to set the new direction for 2023 and to set clear guidelines pertaining to its MCO Development Plan (Leadership. Accountability. Productivity).
At the helm were with Dr. Dixon Q. Yasay and MORESCO-1’s Institutional Services Department’s Manager Edna S. Putian – Diango who is also concurrently the Acting General Manager of MORESCO-2. The two were assisted by all the Community Development Officers (CDO) of MORESCO-1.
The MCO Development Plan (MDP) is considered the roadmap of appropriate individual (CDO task championing) and organizational enhancement interventions corresponding to an identified CDO for its own respective district as enablers of MORESCO-1’s deliverables within specific timeframes and available resources.
The MCO CapDev Agenda serves as basis for communicating the strategic directions and power reliability and “service beyond electricity” agenda of the electric cooperative.
After a series of virtual task championing sessions with Dr. Yasay, the CDOs were given a chance to present their respective tasks to their respective audience from the district they were assigned to mapping out a results framework for monitoring and evaluating the effectiveness of the CapDev interventions.
On the part of the Institutional Services Department (ISD), ISDM Diango, and ISD’s Member Consumers Development Chief Rio M. Vallejo and the team’s corporate public relations, multimedia and education and member-consumers information resource officers were incharged with generating accountabilities for institutionalizing and reaping the gains of the capacity development intervention at the same time monitor and document all of these.
Future plans for the MCOs are already slated and hopefully be implemented.