EJO HEZA saving scheme management has revealed that since its launch, savings have clocked Rwf700 million.
However, more advocacy is needed to have more people contribute to this new long term voluntary savings scheme known as EjoHeza—which caters to both salaried and unsalaried people in Rwanda.
EjoHeza, establishED in December 2018, was informed by a 2012 research by National Institute of Statistics of Rwanda, which indicated that the number of old Rwandans – aged from 60 and above – is expected to increase by 60 per cent by 2032.
Fiona Mbabazi reports.
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