We are providing healthcare named MRESENCE TeleCare™ to least developed countries (LDCs) and lower-middle-income countries (LICs) where, to date, healthcare is funded with traditional means and sources such as  public funds, overseas development assistance, individual donors, foundations and CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility).

MRESENCE TeleCare™ is free of charge to the users.

Access to basic healthcare is a challenge in villages, globally.

70% in LDCs and LICs live in villages (or 70% in LDC & LICs are ‘villagers’).

95% of doctors in LDCs & LICs are in the urban areas.

Villagers are mostly treated by un/semi-qualified personnel. Villagers that can afford private healthcare spend much more than their urban counterparts. Diseases are detected late in the villages.

Tens of millions of villagers get pushed below poverty line annually mostly because of lack of affordable or free healthcare in the villages.

When villagers attempt to access available healthcare in the urban areas, they are required to pay prices higher than what is charged to the urban population.

When they do not seek medical care, the whole economy suffers in terms of reduced productivity.

This is an opportunity for us to provide MRESENCE TeleCare™, our healthcare technology that works with limited infrastructure, available skill-set, and is free of charge to the villagers.

Our indigenously developed solutions address the village healthcare need. With many years of experiments over multiple geographies, partnerships, revenue models, service delivery models & channels, the solution has evolved into a global service platform for healthcare. It has the making of  becoming the largest healthcare network in the world.

We enable access to the highest quality of healthcare that is free of charge to the users; with MRESENCE as the key differentiator –– MRESENCE TeleCare™ will be the access point for 85% of the rural population over the next five years, realizing the provision of  quality and free care.

How Your Village/School gets MRESENCE TeleCare™

We give  rainwater harvesting systems, toiletsreusable sanitary towels and MRESENCE TeleCare™ (the gifts) to villages and schools nominated for the gifts by members of public (MOP).

We are able to give to ALL nominees because we weave the giving into the fabric of daily lives –– like advertising (by brands) and seeing of logos & ads (by MOP). Due to the weaving, the giving is a truly growing activity. 

In favour of the nominees, MOP just crowd scan any logos & ads that MOP see. They scan with our cloud-based and managed mobile phone digital service. At start of every calendar week, we identify a nominee favoured by the largest crowd scanning and we give one of the gifts to the nominee during the week. 

CROWD SCANNING YOUR LOGO & ADS

Therefore, one of MOP would choose to start crowd scanning around any logos & ads in favour of a MRESENCE TeleCare™ cause in a school. 

He (if he) would then:

    • scan logos & ads in favour of the cause whenever he sees the logos & ads on computer and phone screens, on newspapers, on products, on notepads, business cards, packagings, receipts, stickers, vouchers…
    • ask his family and friends –– who could be anywhere on the globe –– and managers of the school to do same (he would even use SMS, WhatsApp… to send photos of your logo and ads to those that cannot access your logo and ads).

Consequently, global MOP would:

    • scan logos & ads in favour of the cause whenever they see the logos & ads on computer and phone screens, on newspapers, on products, on notepads, business cards, packaging, receipts, stickers, vouchers…
    • ask their family and friends –– who could be anywhere on the globe –– to do same (they would even use SMS, WhatsApp… to send photos of your logo and ads to those that cannot access your logo and ads).

During the crowd scanning above, the logos & ads play captivating videos on phone screens. The captivating videos will help MOP scan for long –– the longer the scan, the larger the crowd scan becomes.

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  1. Stephen Ifeanyichukwu Ijoma
    Stephen Ifeanyichukwu Ijoma says:

    I’m a nigeria sales consultant and freelancer sales engineer, I truly like the post I saw on LUIGI SCOTT, wall few minutes ago and I want to be part of this global movement representing my country Nigeria, both in urban and rural areas where healthcare are limited to only the elites.

    I’ll be glad if am granted this privilege to be the mouth piece of my people here.

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