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Civil Society Organizations


LIST OF ACCREDITED AND RECOGNIZED CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS (CSOs) 2022-2025

ACCREDITED

Name of Organization

Address

Contact Person

Contact Number

# of Members

Purpose and Service

Anao Government Employees Primary Multipurpose Cooperative (AGEPMPC)LGU-Anao, TarlacMaria Evelyn C. Siobal0917 514 675675To attain increased income, savings, investments, productivity, and purchasing power, and promote among themselves equitable distribution of net surplus through maximum utilization of economies of scale, cost-sharing and risk-sharing.(Lending among its members, call cards selling)
SIPAG AT TIYAGA ANAO VENDORS ASSOCIATION INCORPORATEDSan Roque, Anao, TarlacRosie A. Quemado0910 711 728523To provide assistance to our fellow vendors to achieve their goals and promote kindness and unity among members of the association.(vegetables, meat, fish, fruits, frozen goods selling)
Anao Local Government Employees Labor OrganizationLGU-Anao, TarlacMarita A. Estabillo0909 204 999778To establish an organization that will represent the employees of the Anao Local Government Employees Labor Organization in collective negotiation beneficial to the members. (Salary loan, Rice loan)
Samahang Magsasaka ng San Roque, Rizal, Poblacion, Inc.San Roque, Anao, TarlacEdelberto D. Grande0916 912 680278To be able to empower farmers by providing new technologies, farm mechanization, technical information in farming, and strengthen the organization thus, uplifting their way of living.
OFW Family Circle (OFC) Association, Inc.San Francisco East, Anao, TarlacJocylin V. Evangelista0927 893 235120To uplift the life of OFW workers and their families and to support and build confidence to the returnee overseas workers. (Tree planting, Feeding the malnourished children within the barangay)
Ciclista De Anao (CDA)Don Ramon, Anao, TarlacRonnie Jim Cabanban0917 871 1719109To bring people united on bike and intend to serve the community by means of outreach programs and extend help to others in our own little way. (Sports development, community service, nature and humanitarian activities)
Anao Paniqui Tricycle Operators Association, Inc. (APTOA)Hernando, Anao, TarlacDomingo L. Bagayas0920 963 6908256To establish an organization that will represent the tricycle operators and drivers plying the route Anao-Paniqui and vice versa.
Timpuyog Iti Mannalon ti Barangay Rizal, San Juan Anao, Tarlac, Inc.Rizal, Anao, TarlacJerry N. Fernandez15To be able to empower farmers by providing new technology including farm mechanization, technical information in farming and strengthen their organization thus uplifting their way of living.
Confederation of Ilocano Association, Inc.Rizal, Anao, TarlacMelvin Flores0927 520 1081Increase product service’s market share; Provides opportunities for teams to improve their leadership; Reduce employee turnover and increase satisfaction; Reach out to more community members; Maintain or increase profits; and Strengthen customer service.
Barangay Bantog, Anao Rang-Ay Iti Farmers Assocation, Inc.Bantog, Anao, TarlacJackson D. Carbonel0905 199 8004743To empower every farmer with new technologies in farming and technical information dissemination through trainings and seminars thus increase their income and uplift their way of living.
SFW Farmers Association IncorporatedSan Francisco West, Anao, TarlacAngelina L. Gamboa0970 827 402333To promote agricultural products and livestock products of our community.
Anao Natural Integrated Farmers Association, Inc.Suaverdez, Anao, TarlacJoel T. Fernandez0967 237 374925
Saint Joseph the Worker Farmer Association, Inc.San Jose North, Anao, TarlacJesus F. Bartolome0938 603 195029To increase and broaden the knowledge of farmers and to support and be part of the programs of our Town, Anao. (Seminars and trainings)
Samahang Magbubukid ng Sinense Anao, Tarlac, Inc.Sinense, Anao, TarlacCesar B. Galupe0956 947 376750To help each farmer that lived in Brgy. Sinense in order for them to ensure farmer’s rights and interests. To enhance famers knowledge and skills, boosting the modernization of agriculture in the area, bring benefits to the members, promote production and enhance productivity to improve farmers livelihood.
Anao Rice Corn Vegetables Farmers Association, Inc.Baguindoc, Anao, TarlacJuly A. Dela CruzTo manage and establish, maintain and operate economic livelihood activities and service for its members.
Anao Women’s Alliance for Progress (AWAP)Poblacion, Anao, TarlacMaria Divina C. Evangelista0933 825 902553
United Ilocandia Civic Action GroupAnao, TarlacRitch V. Dela Cruz0936 644 641645To serve one purpose of service to the people and the community. (Community service, feeding program, bloodletting, medical mission)
Anao Moncada Paniqui Tricycle Transport Service CooperativeSto. Domingo, Anao, TarlacRamir Fortin0909 910 217937
Anao Integrated Crops Farmers Association, Inc.Suaverdez, Anao, TarlacRoger S. Sore0956 715 791166To register as an association of farmers doing integrated farming system that practice the cultivation of onion, rice, corn and vegetables.
Region III Road Warrior Riders FederationAnao, TarlacLemuel G. Catipay0956 146 1289To promote safe and responsible motorcycling to each member by organizing family oriented ride and augment activities with national and local organization and encourage each member to attend in other motorcycling events. (Traffic assistance, School activities, charity events, different programs and activities of LGU and PNP)
Anao National High School Senior Red Cross Youth CouncilAnao High School, Anao, TarlacJoel L. Lacambra0909 332 224743Encouraging the spirit of volunteerism and delivering effective and compassionate humanitarian assistance. (Strengthening the capabilities of people in the community handle and cope with disasters and emergencies. Education and skills training)
Ylang-Ylang Fragrance AssociationCarmen, Anao, TarlacAmelia T. Bulseco, M.D.22
Anao Community Volunteer Health Worker Association Inc.Anao, TarlacSodina L. Beri0995 784 2807To discuss the current health data and programs of Rural Health Unit.
Sto. Domingo Women’s Vinegar Association Inc.Sto. Domingo, Anao TarlacFrancisca D. Gaspar0992 836 007264To eradicate poverty and unemployment by capacitating the members in operating and enhancing the existing livelihood undertakings by providing them with the necessary raw materials and training support to help them grow into viable and sustainable business. (Trainings, orientations and technical knowledge to develop entrepreneurial skills of the beneficiaries esp. in making the products of the livelihood program)

RECOGNIZED

Name of Organization

Address

Contact Person

Contact Number

Purpose/Objective

Knights of Columbus of St. John Nepomucene ParishPoblacion, Anao, TarlacDominador Capinpin Primero0921 634 6928Render religions and spiritual services among catholic.
LGBTQIA+Anao, TarlacRobert Violota Jr.0919 065 7939To unite the LGBTQIA+ community to help shape the future of the members and be a strong partner in the LGU Anao. (Livelihood program, education and upskilling programs, health and wellness programs, social affairs and festivities)
Parish Pastoral Council of St. John Nepomucene ParishPoblacion, Anao, TarlacConcepcion C. Almazan0939 916 3051To share in a consultative capacity in the decision-making in the parish and enable the parish to become an evangelized community. (Approve and share responsibility for pastoral matters. Develop among parishioners the spirit of brotherhood and belonging, sharing, participating for the service of individuals, families and the whole community.)
Municipal Federation of Solo Parent Association – Anao ChapterPoblacion, Anao, TarlacMercy B. Toralba0938 860 5796To establish profile of solo parents in the barangay and municipality. To empower solo parents through organizing and active participation in local advocacy activities initiated by the organization. (Program and services to Solo parents)
Kalipunan ng Liping Pilipina (KALIPI)Poblacion, Anao, TarlacJuvy P. Dela Cruz0945 986 2593Increase access of women to social protection program. To empower women through mobilizing, organizing and active participation on local advocacy activities initiated by the organization. (Program and services to Women)
Pag-Asa Youth Association – Youth ChapterPoblacion, Anao, TarlacAriane Rose Doctor0958 735 367To empower the osys in every barangay by encouraging them to participate in various youth activities that will promote their social economic and leadership development. (Child and youth welfare program; Unlad kabataan program)
Municipal Federation of Persons with DisabilitiesPoblacion, Anao, TarlacLoida G. Garnado0948 286 5426To disseminate accurate information on the rights and benefits of PWDs. (Programs and Service to PWDs)
Anao Federation of Senior Citizens of AnaoPoblacion, Anao, TarlacNolita A. Aban0928 695 3437Recognize the rights of Senior Citizen as a part of the society and make it a concern of the family, community, and the government.
Barangay Nutrition Scholar (BNS)Anao, TarlacBernard Q. Dela Cruz0966 795 8289To provide an effective means of disseminating nutrition information and providing nutrition services to the barangays through a trained community worker. (Determine the nutrition status of preschoolers through operation timbang)
Women of the Philippine Independent ChurchPoblacion, Anao, TarlacEmiliana D. Dela Cruz0929 740 5343To unite and develop the women of the church in a program of worship, study services and fellowship. (Vigil and giving mutual aid to deceased members; Participate in all social economical and religious activities of the IFI in the parish, diocese, and regional levels; Serves a host in meeting and conventions in the parish and diocesan level; Leads in most church activities and programs.)
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