We recognize the importance of the Humanitarian Aid Organizations work and the urgent need to put at their disposal innovative technologies to increase the positive impact of their actions.

Our role as a vigilante in this process makes us active advocates of a better use/redistribution of wealth in the world by promoting the financing of local NGOs work.

We aim to provide the local actors with digital tools that will encourage and preserve trust and accountability.

 

We have a personal and business stake in understanding the problems facing the global health sector and humanitarian aid. We continuously research and analyze them diligently to find the solutions that meet their needs.

Improved accountability for health sectors of low and middle-income countries (LMICS) and humanitarian aid is an obligation  if we want to meet the needs of poor/underserved humanitarian crisis population.

« Global health financing is described as “fragmented, complicated, messy and inadequately tracked.“  The tools for medication tracking and tracing to better manage global health funding are more than a need!!!!

« International humanitarian aid reached US $ 28 billion in 2018, and keeps growing every year »

« Each year an estimated $7.5 trillion is spent worldwide on providing health services, yet as much as 6% or $300 billion is lost to corruption and errors. In developed countries, the cost of corruption is estimated to be from $12 to $23 billion per year.

 » it is estimated that 10% to 30% of public procurement spending is lost to mismanagement and corruption »

 

Logistics is the backbone of humanitarian aid, representing 60 to 80% of expenditure and a major starting point for improving operations cost effectiveness.”

 » The report predicts that adoption of best management practices supply chain management  can lead to savings of over 7% of annual operating costs. « 

 » The optimisation of humanitarian logistics would enable savings of between 1.1 and 1.5 billion dollars.«  

-> BETTER  LASTE MILE HUMANITARIAN GOODS TRACKING AND TRACING IS VITAL TO SOLVE THE PROBLEM OF THE GLOBAL HEALTH FUNDING<-