accelerate universal healthcare coverage

What happens when you scan a product? It doesn’t matter if you purchased a product in a store or online, sooner or later you will have that product in your hands. When you scan the barcode on a product or label with the DuGut™, we retrieve all kinds of information such as, if a product has been sold (by the manufacturer), to the location and time of the scan. After we collect the information, we either have an agreement with the brand or store, in which case they directly donate into our users’ DuGut™ accounts, or we make a suggestion to a brand or store to donate to the SDG of its customers’ choice.Now you can accelerateUHC with receipts, logos …&c –– the same receipts, logos …&c that you get while collecting garbage, the same receipts, logos …&c that you get after paying for anything, anywhere (Asia, North America, South America, Europe, Australia, Africa and Antarctica, Zealandia).

Start to accelerateUHC by:

 

NOTE: Even with public health insurance available since 1966, only 20% of Kenyans have access to some sort of medical coverage. With the population at over 44 million and rising, it means that as many as 35 million Kenyans are excluded from quality health care –– such a story can be said about access to clean water, toilets and sanitary towels in all low-income countries & lower middle-income countries.

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