Shefa Cooperative Workshop
Participants got a glimpse of the overall work plan of ORCBDS
Malampa Cooperative Workshop
Refresher workshops on the importance of Cooperative values
Small and Medium Enterprises are important in economic development
Participants of BDS training in Japan, Ms Lui (front 2nd on the right)
“Partnership of Fine Foods and VCBN
New product of Kava made a BREAKTHROUGH in the New Caledonia Market, Pineaple and More root crops to follow
“Partnership of Fine Foods and VCBN"
Vanuatu Products enter New Caledonia Market
VCBN Newly Launch Logo
The brand new logo for VCBN which will be labeled on Vanuatu organic local products
100% Yumi Vanuatu Product
VCBN Officially Launch 100% Yumi Coop labelling
VCBN launches Pineapple Sale
(l-r) Director of Agriculture Antoine Ravo, Director General of Trade, Tourism and Industry Roy Mickey Joy and Facebook Twitter Email Print Save
Partnership with Fine Food
Agreement seal between Newmafen Pineaple Farmers Cooperative and VCBN
VCBN Establishes Pineapple Cooperative Groundwork With Farmers
Director of Cooperatives, Ridley Joseph delivering his speech to the pineapple farmer’s community at Teoma Area
Konara Consumer and Producers Cooperative for Epi Onion Farmers
(l-r) Dynamic Buyer Jen Bowell receives the first bag of onions whilst shaking hands with the Director General of Trade Roy Micky Joy, Acting Director of Agriculture Peter Iesul and General Manager Jack Loughman
First PA calls on Ekipe to cooperate for success
Left to right: Posing after unveiling are First PA Simil Johnspm. Director of Cooperatives Ridley Joseph and Australian Government representative Clinton Pobke.

Got a question? Call ORCBDS on (678) 33390

The Registrar is an independent public office holder who administers the Cooperative Societies Act CAP.152 (COSO ACT CAP 152)
This Act guides how Cooperative Societies are run. The COOP ACT CAP 152 started on 1982.

The Registrar's office supports and regulates the cooperatives that are incorporated under the Coop Act. It does this in a variety of ways: by advising them on how to incorporate, by training managers, members and key staff in good corporate governance, by making sure they comply with the law and by intervening when needed.


 Training Course 2019-2020

paper101  Buk Kiping blong Small Stoa

businessman239 Cooperative Management

businessman237 Cooperative Accounting 

 

What is a co-operative?

A co-operative is an organization owned by the members who use its services or are employed there. Co-operatives can provide virtually any product or service.Co-operatives exist in every sector of the economy and can touch every aspect of our lives. You can be born in a health care co-op and be buried by a funeral co-op. In between you can work in a worker's co-op, live in a housing co-op, buy your groceries, clothing and other items from retail co-ops, send your children to a child care co-op, do all your banking at a credit union, and purchase your insurance from an insurance co-op.Co-operatives provide consumers with a distinct values-based and community-owned and controlled alternative. Unlike the private, public, or voluntary sectors, all co-operatives around the world are guided by the same seven principles:

1. Voluntary and open membership

2. Democratic member control

3. Member economic participation

4. Autonomy and independence

5. Education, training, and information

6. Co-operation among co-operatives

7. Concern for community

Office of the Registrar of Cooperative & Business Development Services (ORCBDS) provides:

  • Accredited Business Trainings

     

  • General Business Advisory

     

  • Business Start up (Individual & Cooperatives)

     

  • Business Plans /Cash flows

     

  • Audits

  

  • Promoting Women in Business

     

  • Cooperative Movement                 

      

 

Monday 18 March 2019