DuGut™App uses Ai (artificial intelligence) and blockchain to stimulate giving
60 million mellenials in the US have become the main driver for demanding that companies incorporate CSR into their mission and corporate values. The positive response from major companies has benefited their brand image. –– Organizations or Brands participate in RaHaSolutions to reward consumers for buying products & services, or just engagement –– less than 2% of humanitarian aid goes directly to local NGOs, but grassroots groups are best placed to help those in need –– A major shift in business eCommerce retail sales amounted to $2.3 trillion and the projection is that by 2021, it will reach $4.88 trillion –– 60% of Gen Y & Z are more likely to engage with brands that endorse Social Cuauses –– Post photos of your logo in DuGut market place –– Consumers worldwide revealed that 55% of them will pay extra for products and services from companies committed to a positive social and environmental impact. 75% of millennial donate/give to charity –– Support causes without spending extra money –– 84% of Gen Y & Z have made charitable donations –– Consumers worldwide reveal that 67% of them prefer working for socially responsible companies and like their work to have impact on society. 74% of Gen Y & Z are more interested in contractual, rather than full-time work. 70% Gen Y & Z are volunteering for their favourite causes or charities. –– Workforce offers a service to brands or volunteer for a cause. Brands offer jobs
Gen Y &Z want a better world and are willing to put-in the work. - They force Brands to practice Social Responsible Business - They don't donate cash as previous generations did - They demand Causes to be more transparent and less bureaucratic - They are more Socially Conscious than other generations and are willing to put in the work They make up 59% of the World Population They will control 46% of the World's Funds by 2025

We weave giving into everybody’s daily lives –– we create an economic link between consumers, brands and social good deeds.

Currently, we weave giving of water, toilets, medical services and reusable sanitary towels to villages and schools into three things that we do daily: looking at adverts, shopping and disposing of waste.

Shopping is the most powerful force of the three activities. According to Forbes, the USA spent $130 trillion buying stuff on a year when it gave $4oo billion to charity –– obviously, the charity does a lot of good.

If consumers were rewarded for the spending and if the consumers exchanged the reward for water, toilets, medical services and reusable sanitary towels in villages and schools that the consumers care about; a lot more good would be happening. Positive impact regarding fighting climate change and reducing poverty and inequality would be enormous.

Now, imagine a situation where a brand’s success can be measured by its good deeds, wouldn’t the brand want to do more good deeds? …and if you can see how much good you do whenever you look at adverts, when you use products and when you dispose of waste in designated places, wouldn’t you embrace such situations.

That is why we weave into your daily live the giving of water, toilets, medical services and reusable sanitary towels to villages and schools. We are enabling you to effortlessly take real action on today’s most pressing issues and to make our world a better place.

When giving is woven into the fabric of our daily lives –– like seeing adverts, shopping, disposing of waste,…–– then giving becomes a truly growing activity.

We are moving to MRESENCE, where we will still chat with you the ordinary way. During chatting, we will share with you our phone/computer screens if need be. We will illustrate in drawings and scribblings on white boards during the chat, for clarity.

We are moving to MRESENCE because it is our main tool for providing medical services to remote low income settlements. Besides enabling, for example,  a doctor in a USA urban area to touch what a care giver in rural Africa village touches, MRESENCE has many more capabilities.

The care giver will speak in Kiswahili and the doctor will speak in English as MRESENCE translates in real time. MRESENCE translates Speech to Speech, Speech to Text and Text to Speech in Languages Including: Arabic, Catalan, Chinese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English (UK) and (US), Finnish, French, Galician, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Portuguese (Brazilian), Russian, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Thai and Turkish.

It does Text to Text in Languages Including: Afrikaans, Albanian, Arabic, Assamese (India), Azeri (Turkish), Belarusian, Bengali (India), Bosnian, Bulgarian, Catalan, Chinese, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dari (Afghanistan), Divehi, Dutch, English (UK) + (US) + (AUS), Estonian, Filipino, Finnish, French, Galician, Georgian, German, Greek, Gujarati (India), Hausa (Ghana/Africa), Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Igbo (Nigeria), Indonesian, isiXhosa (Zimbabwe), Italian, Japanese, Kannada (India), Kazakh (Kazakhstan), Khmer (Cambodia), Kinyarwanda (Uganda), Kiswahili (Tanzania), Korean, Kurdish (Iran), Lao (Laos), Latvian, Lithuanian, Macedonian (Slavia), Malay, Malayalam (India), Maltese, Marathi (India), Maori, Mongolian, Nepali, Norwegian, Pashto (Afghanistan), Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Portuguese-Brazilian, Punjabi (India), Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Sinhala (Sri Lanka), Slovak, Slovenian, Somali, Spanish, Swedish, Tamil (India), Telugu (India), Thai, Tibetan (Tibet), Turkish, Ukrainian, Urdu (India), Uzbek (Uzbekistan), Vietnamese, Yoruba (Nigeria)] and Zulu.

Let us meet on MRESENCE whenever you need any clarifications regarding water for the water starved, toilets for the toilet-less, medical services for low income settlements and reusable sanitary towels for helping girls finish school.

It should pay to be good, and it does.

It help to shape an image  –– for villages, towns, cities and countries –– that makes a lasting and positive impression on local people and visitors.

In today’s climate of social and political upheaval, it is clear that what is expected of brands and companies is changing. More than ever, people want companies to address some of the most challenging issues of our day. From space travel to ocean plastic, from free speech to public safety, companies are increasingly taking responsibility that were formerly the domain of government, non-profit organisations and the like.

This means that doing good can help a company to recruit and retain talent and employees. Social purpose gives workers a more personal connection to their work, and that often impacts how they do their job.

Needless to say that corporations are becoming more purpose-driven, which in turn is causing them to seek new ways of engaging with customers, employees and shareholders. People want to do business, and work, with companies that care, and you can help them do that.

#WasteNoEngagements to help the companies you like.


When it comes to helping the poor, unfortunate, and those negatively affected by our changing world, everybody thinks about non-profit organisations and traditional fundraising. The truth is that traditional methods simply cannot fix the ills of the world, when the total annual donations from America, the biggest contributor in magnitude per capita to worldwide causes, only accounts for 2% of GDP. Furthermore, this amount has remained unchanged since the 70s. (charity navigator.org)

“When giving is woven into the fabric of our daily lives and integrated into our everyday consumer lifestyle –– like going shopping, buying clothing, disposing of waste etc –– then giving becomes a truly sustainable and growing activity”

To #WasteNoEngagements” is sustainable. You post photo of brands that you engage with. You then report about every second that you spend engaging with the brand. This way, you support bringing of water, toilets, medical services and reusable sanitary towels to village of school that care about.

Five more photos have been posted:  3 are photos of NIVEA, Weetabix and EXE products; and 2 are photos of Mpesa stickers (one Mpesa sticker is in fuel filling stations, the other is in Mpesa agents’ shops)

Everyone engages with brands, several times in a day.

We ask members of public (MOP) to #WasteNoEngagements –– instead, MOP should ensure that every engagement with brands supports bringing of water, medical services, toilets or reusable sanitary towels to villages/schools.

In other words, where many would ask for donations, we ask for ‘registration’ of all future engagements with brands.

To register your future engagements, you first post photo of brand(s) that you engage with. You then start scanning with your phone parts or whole of receipts, adverts, products packages… that are similar to photos that you have posted.

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This is the only photo that was posted today, making a total of 16 posted so far.

Should the 16 photos be of brands that you don’t engage with, post photo of brand(s) that you engage with. We enable phone cameras to report to us whenever you engage with adverts, cheque books, receipts…, which have parts that are exactly similar to the photos that you and other members of public post. You scan the parts with your phone camera and we get the reports.

The reports come to us when the members see videos play on phone screens. Many times, the videos are video version of the parts scanned.

Members of public scan the parts to #WasteNoEngagement because every engagement should support bringing of water, toilets, medical service or reusable sanitary towels to villages or schools that the members care about –– the members either selector nominate schools or villages that they care about, then they support it simply by scanning the parts whenever they see the part on stickers, posters, adverts, products… (anywhere) that they engage with.

This way, the members #WasteNoEngagements. Instead, the members support villages and schools that they care about every time they engage with brands –– again, everybody engages with brands all the time, why waste any such engagement?