For immediate release
Kigali, Rwanda, August 27, 2018
Ndera Affordable Housing Project

Contrary to information circulating on Social Media platforms about owning a home in the Ndera Affordable Housing
Project, BRD would wish to clarify the following:

• The 1st phase of construction will be 1,750 houses/units.
• The location of the plots is at Gasabo District, next to the Free Trade Zone, locally known as kuri cumi nagatanu.
• Registration (booking) for interested buyers is ongoing. For affordable housing category, you have to be a first time
home/house owner.
• Salaried household income between minimum 200,000 Rwf/month net and max 1.2m Rwf/month net
(More criteria on the commitment form page 1 and price table on page 2).
This can be a combined income for spouses or one income for a single person. This is for affordable housing category only.
• First come first served basis, interested people are encouraged to book/register and have the 5% down payment ready.
Once the required minimum bookings are reached, the entire 1st phase (1,750 units) will be constructed at once.
• The houses highlighted on the form, as at Market rate value are not considered in the affordable housing category therefore not under the specified criteria.

The commitment form can be found on the BRD website
Kindly fill the form, sign, scan and email it to or deliver  it physically to BRD Bank.
One can also pass by BRD Bank reception and sign the commitment form. For more information call +250 784 258 599

Click here to discover BRD official statement of Ndera Affordable Housing Project and form




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The Development Bank of Rwanda (BRD) wishes to call upon all new students on the list published by the Higher Education Council (HEC) that have been granted a student loan for 2018/19 academic year to register and sign a student contract in the Education Finance Management Information System (EFMIS) of BRD.

Provision of adequate and accurate information is a requirement as per Law Nº 44/2015 of 14/09/2015 governing student loans and bursaries. Each student will automatically receive a username and password via the email they provided to HEC during the loan application process and will follow the guidelines provided in the system. EFMIS is accessible on the Student loan option at the top bar of the BRD website It is a requirement to all the students to fill and sign their contract in the system to enable onward processes.

The deadline for registration in the system is 31st October 2018.

For any clarifications, please contact BRD through  or call the toll-free number 0788388168 for technical support.

Done at Kigali, 05th/Oct/2018



  1. A student should be on the REB List within the System.
  2. Should have a valid email already registered in the system (for ongoing students, a new password will be sent to the email provided by the student during the singing of contract with BRD).
  3. For ongoing student, a student without a valid email address should send a message to to be guided on the way forward. He/she should provide a telephone number, Registration number and College name.
  4. A student with a valid email registered in the system will receive a username and password through his/her email.

Request to employers to comply with the law nº 44/2015 of 14/09/2015 governing the student loans and bursaries

Request to employers to comply with the law nº 44/2015 of 14/09/2015 governing the student loans and bursaries

Pursuant to the provisions of the law nº 44/2015 of 14/09/2015 governing the student loans and bursaries, employers having staff who benefited from the student loans scheme have a duty to inform the Development Bank of Rwanda (BRD), a financial institution that has been mandated by the Government to manage the student loan scheme, in writing about their staff who benefited from student loans. The announcement in attachment serves to kindly request the employers to fill the form also attached and submit it to BRD through in PDF, or submitted to BRD, Education Finance offices, located at Muhima KN2 Av34.

For more information on the process to be followed please refer to the announcement below:



The Development Bank of Rwanda (BRD) wishes to request all employers having staff who have benefited from the student loans scheme from 1980 to comply with the law nº 44/2015 of 14/09/2015 governing the student loans and bursaries. Therefore, BRD requests the concerned employers and staff members the following:



The BRD Management would like to inform you that it has relocated the Education Department from Kacyiru to Muhima KN2 Av34, neighboring the NISR (National Institute of Statistics of Rwanda).

Ubuyobozi bwa BRD buramenyesha abantu bose ko ishami ryaro rishinzwe uburezi (Education Finance Department) ryakoreraga Kacyiru ryimuriwe ku Muhima iruhande rw’Ikigo cy’Igihugu cy’Ibarurishamibare (NISR).

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