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).

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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.

In this last desperate sprint to the finish — following searing pain associated with the development of plan to AccelerateUHC in middle- & low-income countries (LICs & LMICs) — we are realising with startling clarity that there is nothing more we can do to the plan. Except for one thing. We have to abandon all doubt about it. We have to trust absolutely that a marketing team should now start the plan’s implementation process.

We are trusting the team (in photo) not just believing but knowing that it will be there for us. It has just been trained on how to accelerateUHC with adverts. It will pass on to businesses the knowledge it got during the training.

Desperate sprint because, 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 coverage.

In Kenya, like in other LICs & LMICs; 70% of the population lives in rural and peri urban areas (RPUA); 95% doctors, 75% dispensaries and 95% hospitals are in urban areas; 60-80% private practitioners are semi or un-qualified; and, absenteeism rate can be as high as 60% at government clinics in RPUA.

An average person in RPUA pays for ~99% of his/her healthcare costs out-of-pocket. His/her healthcare cost is approximately twice the healthcare cost of his/her average urbanised compatriot. This disparity is partly because he/she is transported to an urban area hospital for healthcare very late in his/her disease-cycle. By the time of this transportation, he/she must, at a minimum, be accompanied by caregiver(s).

RaHa Solutions stands with the people of Ukraine, who are being subjected to an invasion from Russia and have been put in a position of defence against this terrorism. We hope that this invasion will end quickly with full respect for democracy, the rule of law and for human rights –– we are reminded that millions of people around the world continue to live under the threat of devastating political violence, often without the global attention the invasion of Ukraine has received.

We will no longer use consider nominations and selections that originate from Russia. We will do all we can to contribute to ending dependence on fossil fuels, collectively this would cripple Russia as their economy is dependent on oil and gas.

 

This is the first payment we got this month : “Hello Kadu, …Been in the village to bury my grandma. Then my Aunty also passed away. Still at the village. Burial is on Saturday. Will definitely action on the water tank or borehole. You will never know how handy the well is. Kitui is super dry. God bless you.

We just got paid, we received this: Hallo, I appreciate your help, [I] am being treated well. God bless everyone in your team.🙏🙏

“Wow! This is lives changing!”

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Shadhika, which supports women-led NGOs throughout India wants UHC Pads for girls in Mumbai’s slum communities.

Many of these slums have dire need for sanitary services. They lack toilets, privacy and trash bins.

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Mr. Walubengoh nominates for toilets St. John’s Primary school, Kaloleni Estate, Nairobi.

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You may have read our previous updates that we’re participating in fundraising to Help Build Latrines for others –– while giving toilets, reusable sanitary towels, water and medical cover to villages and schools that you care about.

We really do need your support, especially your in-kind support.

To date, we’ve raised $20.00 CAD but we still have a way to go to reach our target goal of $50,000.00 CAD. We can assure you that World Vision uses the funds in building latrines.

Your generosity would be greatly appreciated and no amount is too little. Just click on the link below and it will take you to our Pledge Page. To support in kind, click HERE.

If you can’t afford a donation, pledge your support by sending this e-mail to friends, family or colleagues.

Thank you in advance for your support.

PROVISION OF CLEAN TREATED WATER FOR RUKIDI VILLAGE

Peter donates his time in favour of Rukidi thus continues a process of contributing $ 8000 plus 5% of $ 8000 ($ 400). The $ 8000 goes directly to this cause and the $ 400 goes to World Vision.

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“You decide what’s possible. Where others see a mountain, you see a summit. What they call the daily grind, you call the chance to prove yourself. When they say it can’t be done, you ask when you can start. You are going big and you are not going home. They see a child in poverty. You see dignity, beauty and hope. They say it’s a lost cause. But you can’t hear them over the sound of pushing all your chips in. The thing is, you’re never a world-changer. Until you are.” (Word Vision, Canada)