As part of its actions for the emergence of Congolese youth, RAWBANK has collaborated with the RAWJI FOUNDATION to finance the rehabilitation work of the C.S Masanjoli building, in Kinshasa, as well as the invoices for outstanding school fees. This gesture is perceived as the continuity of the participation of these two active structures in the accompaniment of projects related to education in the DRC.
On Saturday, May 11, 2019, the inauguration ceremony of the Masanjoli school building in Kinshasa was held. In the presence of the various guests, the representatives of RAWBANK reiterated
the support and support of the bank for the advancement of projects and initiatives aimed at promoting education in the DRC.
To this end, in collaboration with the Rawji Foundation, the two structures financed the repair of the building by repainting all the rooms as well as the very exterior of the building. This joint action responds to the support requested by the Masanjoli Foundation, an NGO working in education, to improve the conditions under which students come to benefit from lessons daily.
“We thank RAWBANK for this support which concretizes its first mission; that of contributing to the development of the DRC, but also the Rawji Foundation which has joined forces with the bank to make possible the repair of our building. Said KONDE, president of the Masanjoli Foundation.
This day was an opportunity for the bank to introduce parents and guests to its new « Smiley » product aimed at children from 0 to 10 years old maxinum. This is a savings account with many advantages including:
– No account maintenance fees;
– 10 USD free when opening the account;
– Up to 5% interest rate
At the heart of C.S. Masanjoli, the delegation also discovered the room called « The Congo History Gallery » which highlights the history of the DRC, through busts carved by those who contributed to the development of the country.
RAWBANK and the Rawji Foundation work for the training of Congolese youth to ensure a quality future leadership for the country. This action is fully in line with the CSR policy that the bank integrates at the heart of its activities in favor of the Congolese population.
RAWBANK, education partner in the DRC.