NHIF Rates 2022

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NHIF Rates have not changed and in 2022 they are the same as 2021 rates. The highest amount of money paid is Ksh 1,700 and it’s for individuals earning Ksh 100,000 and above per month. Those earning Ksh5,999 pay Ksh 150 while self-employed individuals pay Ksh 500 each.

NHIF is particularly important for elderly, those with chronic diseases and pregnant mothers. It’s also useful for accident victims.

The new rates as of 2022 are as follows:

SalaryContribution
KSh 5,999KSh 150
KSh 6,000 – 7,999KSh 300
KSh 8,000 – 11,999KSh 400
KSh 12,000 – 14,999KSh 500
KSh 15,000 – 19,999KSh 600
KSh 20,000 – 24,999KSh 750
KSh 25,000 – 29,999KSh 850
KSh 30,000 – 34,999KSh 900
KSh 35,000 – 39,999KSh 950
KSh 40,000 – 44,999KSh 1,000
KSh 45,000 – 49,999KSh 1,100
KSh 50,000 – 59,999KSh 1,200
KSh 60,000 – 69,999KSh 1,300
KSh 70,000 – 79,999KSh 1,400
KSh 80,000 – 89,999KSh 1,500
KSh 90,000 – 99,999KSh 1,600
KSh 100,000 & AboveKSh 1,700
Self-EmployedKSh 500

It’s important to pay NHIF every month because you never know when you get sick.If you have a parent, make sure you enroll them for NHIF because it will help them one day.