MASS-SPECC Cooperative Development Center

1st RUNNER-UP – MAUSWAGON CATEGORY

ANITA RIVERA

Anita A. Rivera

Tangub City, Misamis Occidental 
Cooperative: Lorenzo Tan Multi-Purpose Cooperative
Micro-enterprise: Kenneth Book Store and General Merchandise

A TRUE PARTNER IN LIFE

As a mother, Anita Rivera only wants the best for her son. After all her sacrifices, seeing his son graduate from La Salle University in Ozamis City truly made her proud.

Anita was just a worker at the store back then, and their daily needs were provided for by her sister. When her sister got married and left her with the business, Anita recounted how worried she was because the capital was not enough to run it. But ever since she became an LTMPC member, she was able to hone her business acumen to develop their store.

Her business continues to flourish as she is one of the suppliers for the nearby barangays, selling papers, pens, and computers, among others, and even construction materials. She is forever grateful for the opportunities extended by LTMPC to her and her son. Just like a true love story, Anita considers the co-op as her partner in life and the savior of her financial problems.

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