In the Spotlight – Refugee Problem and Tackling Famine

Refugee support

The number of forcedly transported people has become more than 70 million people. It is the biggest number of all time.
Nowadays more than 9 300 employees in The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees provide protection and aid for about 55 million refugees, repatriates, internally transported people and persons without citizenship.

The Food Programme

113 million people in 53 countries around the world in 2018 had a strong lack of food, according to the report, presented by the European Union, Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN and The World Food Programme of the UN

Existing Problems and Our Solution

Commentary

  • Lack of transparent aid results and information about who receives money or other resources and to what extent.

  • Money entered by philanthropes dissolve in the common flow that leads to mistrust so as there is no transparency at all. In most cases participants of charity projects do not know and cannot know how their money is spent. 

Commentary

  • There are significant delays, which mean a long period between the official provision of aid and its actual receipt. In some cases, the delay may last several years.

Commentary

  • There are lot of plotters including private actors who aggregate money on their personal card for helping a kid suffering from cancer as well as some organizations that ask to help people, animals, the environment, but use collected money  for non-philanthropic needs.

Commentary

  • Nonprofit organizations sometimes cannot get aid from people and companies from other countries that significantly limits the volume of aggregated money as well as the possibilities of these organizations. 

Public blockchain for fast and address delivery of aid to the needy

Actual volume of goods consumed by the needy is paid for by transferring money directly from donors to final suppliers

Transparency.

Any time the way of given aid can be tracked from a philanthropist to a receiver.

No geographical limitations.

The possibility of getting aid from any person or company from any country.

Demonstration of results.

Benefactor can see results of her/his help.

Reduction of administrative expenses of non-profit organizations.

Increase of the speed of providing transactions.

The fewer intermediaries, the more transactions you can make.

Еransactions comply with the law.

In 2018 a few hundreds of nonprofit organizations in Great Britain closed because of some legal requirements in the field of KYC/AML.

Actual volume of goods consumed by the needy is paid for by transferring money directly from the donors to the end providers

  • Verification of a needy as a person having right to get aid (according to the rules of a humanitarian organizations)

  • This person gets an electronic certificate

  • Accreditment of providers (according to the rules of a humanitarian organizations)

  • Accreditment of provider banks in the country where citizens need aid (a provider is to have an account in the partner bank)

  • Accreditment of partner banks in the donors’ country

  • Donors choose a charity programme and tell their bank from the group of partner banks that they are ready to transfer a sum to a programme.

  • The bank confirms whether foundations are available and sends a message to the blockchain platform with information about the sum, the charity programme, the bank and the donors.

  • The blockchain platform sends the data about funding the programmes to the charity foundations that shape limits of gaining aid for each needy by categories.

  • The needy buys goods or services from the providers by means of the digital certificate

  • Providers send requests to their bank for compensation (from the group of partner banks in the donors’ country), signing the sum, type of products/services, number of buyers, time of buying and particulars.

  • Partner banks in the recipients’ country give this information to the blockchain platform

  • The blockchain platform sends this information to the partner banks in the donors’ country and the charity organizations (to make transparent how much and what for money was spent)

  • According to the information from the blockchain platform banks in the donors’ country send money to banks in the recipients’ country.

Proposal For Cooperation

Advisers

Partner banks

People who are referred to giving humanitarian aid in different countries

Contact us:

To create a community for transferring humanitarian cooperation to an advanced technological platform

Dmitryi Grishin +7 (965) 324-66-84