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First Pinoy brand pledges to help Feby’s Ayuda Project for hungry OFWs in Dubai

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Feby Baguisa, the jobless Filipino in Dubai who feeds hungry and jobless residents, announced partnership with BDO-UAE as the first Filipino brand to ever support her Ayuda Project. 

The partnership was announced through her personal Facebook account, Feby Cachero Baguisa. 

For a couple of weeks now, many brands have been supporting Baguisa’s initiative which aims to help displaced and hungry residents by giving free hot packed meals. 

She started doing her project during Eid Al Fitr this year. 

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