Hence why i mentioned there is a need for balance… The communities we support focus on specific issues, so for example, one of our communities focuses on Funding a Childs Education Zimbabwe (F.A.C.E.Z) which focuses on households with orphans.
Each child is accounted for and school fees paid. Unlike western countries, there is no subsidized education in Zimbabwe, hence each registered child / beneficiary is accounted for.
Having a voucher system + wallet with no intermediaries that vendors , merchants and establishments partnered with the ecosystem system would work as funds can only be spent to purchase specific vouchers within the wallet linked to a community is the best approach I see. There are 2 layers to this.
- Reporting on the beneficiary side for donors
- Reporting on the merchant side for the regulator