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NSSF’s WESTADI SCHEME IS READY FOR YOU IN THE DIASPORA. PLAN YOUR FUTURE TODAY. JOIN NOW!!

02 May
After a successful launch of the Welfare Scheme for Tanzanians in the Diaspora (WESTADI) by His Excellency President of the United Republic of Tanzania, Dr. Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete in Dulles, Virginia in the USA, NSSF is delighted to announce that the scheme is from today  operational and can be accessed through the NSSF WEBSITE under the WESTADI Link on: www.nssf.or.tz  
The Scheme is an Insurance arrangement targeting to register Tanzanians who live and study all over the world.
*The Insured person will be supposed to pay a token Premium of $300 per year in return of a generous benefit packages.
The benefit package will include Repatriation Benefit that covers the cost of air carriage back home of a deceased Insured person’s body plus a free return air ticket for one accompanying person in the event of death. Alternatively, the scheme will cover the cost for burial services if the insured person opts to be buried overseas (respective Diaspora Country).
The Insured person will be allowed to choose and register next of kin who will lodge a claim in case of the Insured person`s passing on.
The Scheme will  also provide access to medical care to the Insured person when visiting Tanzania at any time and for whatever reason. The Insured person will also be asked to name any four dependants of his/her choice who are living in Tanzania who will be eligible to free medical care.
To qualify for the scheme`s generous packages the Insured person is required to be current on premium payment.
‘Plan your future today’ with WESTADI
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