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Econet Life starts a US$30,000 promotion for smart schools

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The top life insurance company in the nation, Econet Life, has introduced the US$30,000 ENDA Smart Schools Promotion.

Parents who register and pay before February 28, 2024, are eligible to participate in the ENDA Smart Schools Promotion, according to Econet Life Chief Life and Principal Officer Mr. Godwin Mashiri. A variety of stationery products and school tuition coupons totaling US$500 are up for grabs for lucky parents.

He also said that schools may enter a drawing to win laptops and stationery if they register on group cover.

“We are aware of the financial strain parents bear to provide their kids a top-notch education. At the promotion’s inauguration, Mr. Mashiri said, “The ENDA Smart Schools Promotion is our way of relieving that pressure and providing parents with a break.”

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Parental peace of mind is guaranteed by ENDA education insurance, which is overseen by Higher Life Foundation and Econet Life. Should a parent die away regretfully, the Foundation will cover the child’s tuition directly, avoiding the involvement of any other parties.

According to Mr. Mashiri, parents may easily become members of ENDA education coverage by either signing up as a school or individually by filling out a form on the EcoSure website. Payments encompass anything from the most costly private schools in Zimbabwe to as little as US$100 each term.

Following Econet Life’s recent introduction of USD packages on its Enda Education Cover, the Smart Schools Promotion was launched.

According to Mr. Mashiri, the launch of USD packages with premiums as low as US$2.50 per month for each child and potential payouts of up to US$6,000 per term represents the current market trend, in which the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe reports that over 85% of local transactions are now denominated in US dollars.

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“We think that regardless of the uncertainties in life, every kid should have the chance to get an education. Mr. Mashiri said, “The ongoing development of Enda Education Cover demonstrates our dedication to safeguarding families and making sure that children’s goals are realised regardless of the obstacles life may throw at us.

Enda Education Cover directly tackles the problem of students quitting school because their parent or guardian has passed away. It gives kids the financial help they need to finish their school and reach their full potential.

According to Mr. Mashiri, obtaining Enda Education coverage is a simple and comfortable procedure.

“Parents can join individually, by dialling *900# on any EcoCash registered line, or by completing a simple form. They can also join a Group Cover as a school,” Mr Mashiri said.

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