The staff of Bank of Kigali joined residents of Rusiga Sector in Rulindo District to plant trees as part of the bank's yearly CSR activities.

The activity, which saw over 800 trees planted on eight hectares follows the Bank’s Frw 25 million pledge to support a project that will see over 105,000 agroforestry and fruit trees planted on 250 hectares in Kirenge and Taba Cells of Rusiga Sector.

The project is an initiative of Enterprise Multiservice (EMS), a consultancy company in forestry, environment and biomass energy which seeks to enhance the livelihood of the rural community of Rulindo District through agroforestry and fruit tree planting.