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BDO Supports MSMEs

The Micro, small scale, and medium enterprises (MSMEs) are the most challenging hit sector during the pandemic, even if they account for more than 90% of enterprises. They are the backbone of the economy, as MSMEs employ more than 5.3M of our fellow Filipinos.  Governor Benjamin Diokno of the (BSP) Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas has stressed the urgency to help Micro Small Medium Enterprises to help sustain their businesses to continue to provide the best essential products and essential services to people each day.  THE OPPORTUNITY Small business owners can now sustain their business operations through the Kabuhayan Loan of BDO Network Bank (BDONB). The MSMEs operating for three years are now qualified to apply for a loan amounting between PHP 30,000 to PHP1 million. They can purchase the needed equipment, buy the required equipment or assets, increase their inventory of stocks, and expand their business in other locations.  A micro-enterprise owner Ernesto Abad, from Los BaƱos, Laguna

BDO Foundation backs GenSan and Iloilo vaccination

BDO Foundation, the corporate social responsibility arm of BDO Unibank, found ways to contribute to the country’s COVID-19 vaccination campaigns through partnership projects with local government units. Amid the surge in cases due to the Delta variant, the foundation supported the vaccination programs of General Santos City and Iloilo City by providing much needed manpower support.



The foundation sponsored the hiring of additional nurses, medical technicians and other frontliners for the immediate inoculation of 1,800 people in GenSan and Iloilo. The corporate citizenship initiative helped boost the capacity of the aforementioned cities to accommodate more vaccinees.



This is the latest initiative of BDO Foundation aimed at supporting projects that help control the spread of the coronavirus, assist frontliners and provide aid for Filipinos vulnerable to the effects of the health crisis. Backed by BDO and BDO Network Bank branches, the foundation has donated hygiene kits to more than 2,000 health workers and COVID-19 patients in Capiz, Iloilo and Negros Oriental. It has also supported a program that gave financial incentives to nurses in Cebu.



As the pandemic continues, BDO Foundation plans to implement more projects in the areas of vaccination and relief assistance in partnership with the public sector and the medical community.


Caption: As part of its pandemic response, BDO Foundation provided manpower assistance for the vaccination programs of General Santos and Iloilo.


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  1. Tuloy tuloy pa rin po ang pagtulong ni BDO saan man panig ng ating bansa. More ways to reach out sa ating mga kababayang nangangailangan ng tulong

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  2. I'm glad to see your medical community is getting the support it needs.

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  3. This is a very good initiative from BDO. Saludo ako! That’s why it’s my bank of choice forever.

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  4. Thumbs up to BDO for extending assistance to communities where it operates.

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  5. Great initiative from BDO as always. This is why they’re my bank of choice.

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