We believe it’s a fundamental human right to have access to quality care and treatment regardless of socioeconomic status or geographical borders.
Why We Care
people around the world do not have access to safe water and 2.5 billion people cannot access the sanitation services they need
people die every year in developing countries due to poor quality healthcare
children die every year before reaching their 5th birthday
Over the past couple of years, the health and wellbeing of people worldwide has never been on such a global stage. The pandemic has shone a light on the rife inequality and accessibility of healthcare across much of the world. This gave us a renewed sense of urgency and duty to help those lacking proper medical resources and expertise.
Partnerships. Equality. Funding
We know we’re not medical professionals ourselves, so we work with established and trusted partners such as the RedCross and UNICEF to source and deliver life saving medical equipment and initiatives.
The pandemic has thrust into a global spotlight issues around unequal healthcare. This shows us more than ever that we must take a united approach to ensure the health and wellbeing of all people, not divided by borders.
Often, the greatest value we can add is by providing much needed funding to healthcare efforts in some of the world’s poorest and most vulnerable communities. This is how you can help too with 100% of your donation going directly to the projects.
Crypto Against COVID
The COVID-19 pandemic is the greatest health crisis of our time. It has killed more than 5 million people, destroyed livelihoods and shut down entire economies.
In response to this crisis, we launched Crypto Against COVID. Mobilising our global crypto community, we’re able to act with urgency, identify people hardest hit and donate medical resources, vaccines and PPE. Since the beginning of the pandemic, we’ve delivered and distributed more than 2 million items of PPE and critical medical equipment to 31 countries worldwide.
Hope for Haiti
Earlier this year, a 7.2 magnitude earthquake struck the southern region of Haiti, killing 2,200 people.
The earthquake has caused deaths, injuries, and severe damage to homes, schools, and important community infrastructure. It comes as Haitian families strive to recover from political and civil unrest, food, water, and economic insecurity, and of course, the outbreak of COVID-19.
We’ve partnered with Hope for Haiti to provide emergency aid in the immediate aftermath such as medical equipment and help to access safe drinking water. We're also working with them to support in the longer term, helping communities to rebuild their lives.
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