AKKK for 2022

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AKKK (Ang Kabuhayang Kayang Kaya) is a partylist dedicated to represent MSMEs biz.

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Vision

AKKK envisions to be a leading reliable and responsive advocacy organization that shall assist in the establishment, development and promotion of livelihood opportunities for micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) through a sustainable convergence livelihood and social entrepreneurship framework.

Mission

To provide holistic trainings to proprietors, managers and manpower for world-class management skills on global best practices and sustainable livelihood frameworks.

To promote and support local products for national and international market opportunities.

To facilitate technical and financial support and opportunities to viable projects of MSMEs.

To assist in the rehabilitation of livelihood that has been affected by natural and man-made adversities.

To partner with other government and non-government organizations for the realization of the goals and aspirations of this organization.

To ameliorate micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) through the establishment of start-up desks and jumpstart programs for new and struggling enterprises

To set-up an enterprise center, a one-stop shop to assist MSMEs in their
operational and management needs.

To partner with other government and non-government organizations
for the realization of the goals and aspirations of this organization.

Our target is to help the MSME, with this it will create more jobs and income as well.

How can we help MSME?

MSMEs are in dire need of working capital financing during the lockdown as cash reserves can be quickly depleted, as firms need to continue meeting their obligations, while revenues do not materialize.

In fact, according to SEBRAE’s data, 89% of MSMEs showed an average fall of 60% on revenues, which is even more alarming considering that according to our estimates a large share of MSMEs – between 39%- 56%- are likely to have less than 21 days of cash reserves.

By helping MSME we are creating more jobs and opportunity of extending, Although banks have a solid financial position and the government has put forward a significant package of support, heightened credit risks as a result of non-payments may deter sustained lending to MSMEs.

Let’s do this and vote AKKK Partylist 107 sa Balota.

 

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