At Umuganda in Burera, Tigo Rwanda donates health insurance

Tigo Rwanda CEO Philip Amoateng (centre) and staff digging trenches.

On Saturday, management and staff of Tigo Rwanda joined residents of Kayenzi Cell in Burera District in Umuganda, digging trenches for water pipes with residents and local leaders including the governor of Northern Province, Jean-Marie Vianney Gatabazi.

1509441303Tigo Rwandas deputy CEO Chantal Kagame, during umuganda in Burera
Tigo Rwanda's deputy CEO Chantal Kagame during umuganda in Burera.

Following the umuganda, Tigo Rwanda staff also donated Mutuelle de Santé to 500 vulnerable residents from Cyanika and Ruhunde sectors.

This donation worth Rwf 1.5 million is part of Tigo Rwanda’s efforts to ensure a better life for the most vulnerable Rwandans.

“As a company working in Rwanda, we believe that it is our responsibility to take care of the most vulnerable among us and that is why we are very pleased to ensure that 500 vulnerable people now have access to health care,” said Tigo Rwanda’s CEO, Philip Amoaoteng.

This year, Tigo Rwanda has already given health insurance to 1,266 people in three districts: Burera, Bugesera and Ngoma.

  • By Hope Magazine
  • Posted 31st October 2017


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