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Welcome to the website of the National Livelihood Development Corporation.

The NLDC has a relatively long history since its establishment in 1981, with the creation of the Kilusang Kabuhayan at Kaunlaran or KKK. The KKK has since evolved through subsequent changes in government to ultimately become the NLDC.

Today, NLDC actively pursues a package of livelihood and enterprise development programs and interventions to hasten socio-economic growth in the countryside especially in the hard-to-reach agrarian reform communities (ARC). The NLDC serves sectors at the bottom rung of the economic ladder by making financing available to them and also by engaging them in capability-building programs.

This website was established to give its visitor an array of information, news, and reports as well as latest developments concerning the various activities of the agency. It is designed with user friendly features that facilitate quick access to information and resources by our clientele. We hope you will find our website interesting as well as beneficial. Please feel free to send us any suggestions or ideas that you may have aimed at improving this website.

GONDELINA G. AMATA
President, NLDC


News and Updates
Calamansi Farmers from Agusan del SurCalamansi Farmers from Agusan del Sur
Agusan del Sur is one of the areas chosen for the Farmer Entrepreneurship Program of the National Livelihood Development Corporation or NLDC, in partnership with the Catholic Relief Services (CRS) and Jollibee Group Foundation. In Agusan del Sur, particularly in the municipalities of Sta. Josefa and Trento, a farmer association popularly known by its acronym SJASUFA, and consisting of farmers from Barangays Patrocinio, Tapaz, Aurora, Sta. Isabel, Angas, Lucat, Isdaan, Poblacion, and Basa, would regularly deliver 25 net sacks of calamansi weighing 25 kilograms each sack to their institutional buyer, Fruit of the Earth (FOTE).  read more ...

KUmikitang SAkahan (KUSA) Market Day Takes Off in LipaKUmikitang SAkahan (KUSA) Market Day Takes Off in Lipa
"Masaya po, naubos po kaagad, wala pang isang oras" (We're happy, the vegetables were sold in less than an hour), thus says one of the participating farmers during the market day launch at the Lipa City Hall on September 5, 2014. This Market Day marks the first of what will now be a regular sight every Friday at the city hall, and is one of the local outlets for freshly-picked vegetables grown by soon-to-be farmer entrepreneurs under the KUmikitang SAkahan (Profitable Farming) Program.  read more ...

NLDC-OWWA Consultation-Workshop on the Livelihood Development Program for OFWs (LDPO)NLDC-OWWA Consultation-Workshop on the Livelihood Development Program for OFWs (LDPO)

In 2004, the National Livelihood Support Fund or NLSF (now National Livelihood Development Corporation), entered into a Program Management Agreement with the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) for the implementation of the Livelihood Development Program for OFWs (LDPO).

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List of 2013 Capacity-building InterventionsList of 2013 Capacity-building Interventions
The Institutional Development Department provides capacity building interventions for MFIs and capacity enhancement assistance for end-clients. It aims to help strengthen the institutional capacity of NLDC active conduits to efficiently manage the growth of their microfinance portfolio/outreach and the delivery of development services to end-clients, assist MFI-partners to improve the capacities of end-clients in making their livelihood enterprises profitable and sustainable, and establish community-based agro-enterprises.  read more ...

2015 ASEAN Integration: Cooperation or Competition?2015 ASEAN Integration: Cooperation or Competition?
The 2014 Luzon Micro Finance Business Forum held in Baguio City last February 19 to 21 highlighted the ASEAN Integration and the accompanying concern about the possibilities of cooperation or competition among the countries involved.

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2014 NLDC Business Forum: Building Resilience among MFIs2014 NLDC Business Forum: Building Resilience among MFIs
Heads and top management representatives of 26 NLDC-accredited microfinance institutions operating in Luzon attended this year's Microfinance Business Forum organized by the National Livelihood Development Corporation, in partnership with the Alalay sa Kaunlaran, Inc. (ASKI).  read more ...

Risk Management Enhancement Training for Visayas Rural Bank PartnersRisk Management Enhancement Training for Visayas Rural Bank Partners

A Risk Management Enhancement Training (RMET) Program for Visayas Rural Bank Partners was conducted by the National Livelihood Development Corporation last June 12 to 14 in Iloilo City. The training program aimed to equip the participants with know-how on risk management, enable them to prepare action plans and to acquire analytical skills towards the crafting of strategies for their respective institutions. 

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Project Inception Workshop in ThailandProject Inception Workshop in Thailand

The National Livelihood Development Corporation was invited by the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) through the Asia-Pacific Rural and Agricultural Credit Association (APRACA) to the Project Inception Workshop for the recently approved grant on “Documenting Global Best Practices on Sustainable Models of Pro-Poor Rural Financial Services in Developing Countries”. 

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FEP Agro-Enterprise Facilitators' Training - Session 2FEP Agro-Enterprise Facilitators' Training - Session 2

The Session 2 of FARMER ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROGRAM (FEP) Training Series 2013-2014 was held in Rajah Park Hotel, Cebu City, last October 22-24, 2013 and was attended by 29 stakeholders from the Local Government Unit (LGU), Microfinance Institutions (MFIs) and the Academe, comprising the different Site Working Groups of the six (6) new project sites in Visayas and Mindanao.

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NLDC Prepares for the 2014 Business Forum for Luzon MFIsNLDC Prepares for the 2014 Business Forum for Luzon MFIs

On February 19 to 21, the National Livelihood Development Corporation, in cooperation with Alalay sa Kaunlaran, Inc. (ASKI) will conduct the 2014 Business Forum at Hotel Elizabeth in Baguio City, to be attended by top executives of the microfinance institutions (MFIs) operating in Luzon.


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NLDC's 8th SIPAG Awards 2013NLDC's 8th SIPAG Awards 2013

On December 3, 2013, the National Livelihood Development Corporation held its 8th SIPAG Awards (Sustainable Income for People in the Agrarian Grassroots) with the theme “Promoting Inclusive Growth through Responsible Microfinance”.

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NLDC reaches out a hand to Partner MFIs in VisayasNLDC reaches out a hand to Partner MFIs in Visayas
The National Livelihood Development Corporation reaches out a helping hand to its partner conduits in Visayas, whose staff and end-clients were greatly affected by the recent calamities that devastated the country. It has created a Calamity Fund and allocated Php5 Million worth of assistance for the victims of earthquake in Bohol and super typhoon Yolanda.  read more ...

Kumikitang Sakahan (KUSA) ProgramKumikitang Sakahan (KUSA) Program
On November 8, 2013, the National Livelihood Development Corporation signed a Memorandum of Agreement on Community-based Agro-Enterprise Development Project titled "Kumikitang Sakahan" or "KUSA" with City Government of Lipa and Tuy Community Multi-Purpose Cooperative (TCMPC) at Lipa City Hall.  read more ...

NLDC clarifies report on bonusesNLDC clarifies report on bonuses

We  are  writing to correct  an erroneous  news  article  about the performance  bonuses  received  by the  Board of  Trustees  (BOT)  of  the  National Livelihood Development Corporation (NLDC),  written  by  columnist  Jess Diaz  in    the  November 2, 2013  edition of  your newspaper (“GOCC head  facing pork raps  got P342K performance  bonus”, page  4,  Saturday, Nov. 2, 2013).

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