Faithful to its values and aware of its social role, AB BANK RWANDA provided assistance to people made vulnerable by the Covid-19 pandemic, which has severely shaken the social fabric with a more pronounced impact in already disadvantaged spheres.
AB BANK RWANDA delegation began its tour at Muyumbu sector where it distributed rice, corn flour, sugar, oil and soap. Sanitary rules oblige, 29 beneficiaries gathered at the sector’s office garden, each of them representing between 2 and 10 people. In his speech, Fidele Ntaganda, Head of Human Resources at AB BANK RWANDA, expressed his gratitude to all bank’s customers who provided, by their loyalty, a support of great value and warmly thank Rwamagana district authorities for their total dedication.
"The solidarity action was made possible by the bank’s customers. At AB Bank Rwanda, we promote a spirit of mutual aid and solidarity with our customers and the communities we serve at large. Everyone has been affected in one way or another by this pandemic. However, we refuse to give up and opt to foster hope. With our clients and shareholders support, we extend a friendly hand to those who have been most affected while insisting to abide by the safety rules." Said Arah Sadava, AB Bank Rwanda’s CEO.
The bank’s representatives continued their good work in the model village of Rwimbogo, a site built by Rwanda government and home of 50 economically vulnerable families located about twenty kilometers from Muyumbu.
Last but not least, AB BANK RWANDA visited the town of Rwamagana to extend its action to its customers severely impacted by the health crisis which has been prevailing globally since March 2020.
In total, the distribution of food products and other first necessity household items should allow more than 500 people to enjoy a pleasant festive season.