Utility Tokens with Regard to Science and Technology Parks

A utility token is a token issued in order to finance development of a company/organization. Ubrica proposes to build science and technology parks for translation and commercialization of science in Africa. They are like digital coupons which facilitate purchase. A utility token’s value is dependent on the product it represents. Ubrica will issue 2 billion ubricoins, to develop the science and technology parks, which may be sold as tokens.

Differences between a utility token and a security token

  • Security tokens gives the buyer ownership right or shares of the company while utility tokens give buyers access to the company’s products.
  • Security tokens can be termed as investments which means that buyers can get profits while utility tokens do not promise to bring profits.
  • Security tokens are bounded by legal regulations while utility tokens are not bounded by the law
  • Utility tokens derive value from the quality of goods and services that is, the higher the quality of goods or services, the higher the value of the token and vice versa while security gets its value from external tradable assets.

Use cases for utility tokens in science and technology parks

In relation to science and technology parks, people who purchase the Ubrica utility tokens will gain access to products produced by innovators and researchers in the parks.

The sale of utility tokens will enable Ubrica to acquire funds. Money gotten from the sale of the tokens will be used to purchase necessary equipment for the science and technology parks which will thereafter be used for production of the product.

As an added advantage, holders of the token will be able to purchase products directly from the parks at a much lower price as compared to people who do not have the tokens and purchase goods directly from the market.

The tokens also inspire loyalty among buyers in the sense that they will purchase the product because they hold a token which allow the buyers to get them at low prices.

Utility tokens also offers the producer a ready market for their goods because people who bought the utility tokens will be drawn to buy their products due to discounted prices. This will also ensure that there is a steady market for the goods.

Soko janja also plays a key role in the development of the parks because goods produced in the parks will be sold on soko janja. Token holders who purchase the goods on soko janja will get rewards. Other buyers who will not have purchased the token will still receive rewards for the use of ubricoin and trading in soko janja

In the event that all the ubricoins have been sold out and the demand is still high, token holders may be able to sell their tokens to other buyers. This gives the initial buyers of the token an advantage such that they can be able to sell their tokens at a higher price than they bought it and thus making profits. This should however not be mistaken for security tokens because there exists no certain guarantee that there will be a high demand for the tokens.

Utility tokens will help in the development of science and technology parks which in turn will encourage many researchers and innovators to develop new technology. Science and technology parks not only benefits the producer and consumer of the products but also the entire community where people from the local community may get new technology to improve their lives. An example of this is invention of a new pesticide which instantly kills army worms without damaging the plants or polluting the environment. The inventor will receive the necessary chemicals required to make the pesticide with money acquired the token sale event, the token holder will be able to buy the pesticide from the inventor at a low price, and the community will benefit from the pesticide invention because their crops will not be attacked by the worms.

In conclusion, buying of utility tokens provides a mutually beneficial relationship between the buyer, the developer and the community.

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About Ubrica

Ustawi Biomedical Research Innovation and Industrial Centers of Africa

We are a life science and health production  (LSHP) organization. We sponsor investments in life science comprising pharmaceuticals and medical devices, and fully integrated health production by building sustainable one health communities involving people co-operating in a retail network combined with health delivery system. In addition, we sponsor investments in specialized real estate for life science and health production.

Science and Technology Parks

A science and technology park, (also known as a research park) is a property based development that fosters the growth of tenant firms and are affiliated with a higher institution of learning. The purpose is to facilitate sharing of knowledge, promote innovation and advance research to viable commercial products. Science and technology parks aim to bring together people who assist the developers of technology to bring their work to commercial fruition.

Ubrica will facilitate design, development and implementation of 66 Science and Technology Parks (STPs) for Kenyan universities. We will also provide STP Development and Management Service through our Scientific Real Estate Development Division (SREDD). The Science and Technology Park Development and Management Service will involve setting out the strategy and objectives of the 66 new parks and deciding on the best model for implementation. SREDD will manage many complex processes and diverse relationships.

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About Ubrica

Ustawi Biomedical Research Innovation and Industrial Centers of Africa

We are a life science and health production  (LSHP) organization. We sponsor investments in life science comprising pharmaceuticals and medical devices, and fully integrated health production by building sustainable one health communities involving people co-operating in a retail network combined with health delivery system. In addition, we sponsor investments in specialized real estate for life science and health production.

UBRICA ONE BIOMEDICAL INDUSTRIAL CITY

We propose to implement Ubrica One Biomedical Industrial City in Kenya (“Ubrica One”). We will build Ubrica One on multiple disparate land parcels all aggregating to approximately 4,000-acres. The complete project will be multiple master-planned biomedical industrial parks with specialty hospitals fashioned as academic medical centers (“AMCs”), research facilities, residential areas, and specialized industrial zones.

Ubrica one will host a Children & Women’s AMC, a Heart & Lungs AMC, a Neuroscience & Rehabilitation AMC, a Trauma & Orthopedic AMC, an Eye & Ear AMC, a Cancer Hospital & Hospice Care AMC,  a Tropical & Infectious Diseases AMC, a Renal & Urologic AMC, a Gastro-Intestinal Diseases AMC.

Vision

Our vision is to create places that will be lead centers of excellence in global health in:

  • discovery, development, and commercialization of cutting edge technologies in biomedicine
  • world class services in health promotion, disease detection, disease prevention, and disease treatment.

Mission

Our mission is to establish and sustain leadership in:

  • Translational research in human biology, human physiology and human medicine
  • Nano-science, biotechnology, molecular biology and human genetics
  • Clinical medicine
  • Organization of systems of delivery of care
  • Information systems for health

Theoretical Underpinning 

Our project is underpinned by the theory of knowledge conversion continuum that explains that knowledge has to traverse five distinct stages to translate in products that people can use to solve problems of everyday life: EXPLORATION—RESEARCH—PUBLICATION—TRANSLATION—APPLICATION.

Phenomenal Structure

The phenomenal structure of Ubrica One is grounded by four primary functions of a world class academic medical center: RESEARCH—EDUCATION—INNOVATION—PATIENT CARE.

We propose to build Ubrica One as an all-inclusive development with multiple land uses to be located on an aggregate of 4,000-acre lot of land in Kenya. Upon completion, Ubrica One will be home to eight ultramodern academic specialty medical centers structured as world class HOSPITALS, centers for advanced science in biomedicine structured for advanced RESEARCH, and centers for biomedical translation and innovation structured for COMMERCIALIZATION and MANUFACTURING

phenomenal structure of the Ubrica One is underpinned by the theory of advanced academic medical center that is built on the principle of integration to collocate the functions of advanced research in science technology and medicine [RESEARCH], world class medical and science education [TEACHING], translation of research knowledge products into commercial products for everyday use at home and in the clinical environments [INNOVATION], and delivery of care of the highest quality possible [PATIENT CARE]

STATEMENT OF INTENT

Our intent is to create in Kenya, centers of excellence for (a) discovery, development and commercialization of cutting edge technologies in biomedicine, and (b) world class health care services in health promotion, disease prevention, and treatment. Two major and closely interrelated problems motivate our intent:

  • The severe inadequate infrastructure for global health.Health services in many countries of the world are unsafe, of low quality, and inaccessible to majority of the people.  People, afraid to use health services locally, seek medical care in other countries. Indeed, healthcare consumers would be willing to pay more for better care that is of high value, of efficient supply of drugs, of better technical quality, of well-maintained health facilities, and of short wait times. The specific problem is that an entity that can produce comprehensive world-class medical service is lacking.  Ubrica One will be home to five ultramodern academic specialty medical centers structured as world-class hospitals to deliver care of the highest quality possible.
  • The absence of health services and biomedical innovative research and development (R&D) capability. Ubrica One is poised to create a world-class research facilities attached to the world-class hospitals. The research facilities will serve as centers for research excellence in Kenya. The centers will produce the best-in class researchers in health, medicine, and basic sciences. The research facilities will also serve as technology transfer organizations that will manage intellectual property, licensing, and commercialization of products of research, and industrial development to meet health needs of people.

BACKGROUND OF THE PROBLEM

In this section we present the background of the problem addressed in this proposal from the framework of knowledge conversion. The section underpins knowledge conversion as the centerpiece of national development, emphasizing the central importance of comprehending knowledge conversion to comprehend development.

Theoretical Underpinning: National Development a Function of Knowledge Conversion

Knowledge conversion is the work of discovering knowledge residing in the local environments and mastering the discovered knowledge to create products and services that people and organizations can use to advance themselves and to defend themselves from enemies. Knowledge converts in five steps starting from exploration, going to research, then to publication, then to translation and finally to application of knowledge

UNIVERSITY SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY PARKS

We will facilitate design, development and implementation of 66 Science and Technology Parks (STPs) for Kenyan universities. We will also provide STP Development and Management Service through our Scientific Real Estate Development Division (SREDD). The Science and Technology Park Development and Management Service will involve setting out the strategy and objectives of the 66 new parks and deciding on the best model for implementation. SREDD will manage many complex processes and diverse relationships. We shall allocate 2 billion Ubricoins to fund design, development, implementation and management of 66 STPs in Kenya.

Science, Technology Engineering and Mathematics 

In November 2017, we initiated dialogue on how we can form a strategic partnership for Science, Technology Engineering and Mathematics in developing countries. We wrote a Memorandum of Understanding to guide our partnership.

Translation and Commercialization of Science

We opened dialogue with several Universities in Africa for commercialization of science. We developed a Science and Technology Park Development and Management And Technology Transfer Services Agreement that will be used to guide our relationships with Universities. This science and technology park development and management, and technology transfer or knowledge conversion services agreement will be made with UBRICA as the “Manager” and the University as the “Institution.”

Ubrica-University Science and Technology Park Management and Technology Transfer Services

In this agreement, Ubrica will provide two services to Universities:

  • science park development and management services;
  • technology transfer or knowledge conversion services.

Knowledge Conversion/Technology Transfer Service

Ubrica will establish a University Technology Transfer Office to facilitate the commercialization of University intellectual property, including patents and copyrights. Ubrica’s Technology Transfer Office (UTTO) will work with researchers and students in every college to prepare new inventions for the patenting process and potential licensing opportunities.

UTTO’s job will be to create sustained focus on transferring cutting-edge research and innovation to the commercial marketplace, generating revenue and diversifying the economy. The UTTO will have knowledgeable and professional staff with specialized backgrounds. The UTTO staff will work in collaborative teams to create markets, execute patenting and licensing of new ideas, discoveries and innovations, to translate them into the commercial products and services. The UTTO will be responsible for the development, protection, and utilization of intellectual property rights. UTTO will serve as the liaison of cooperative ventures between University and industry.

Start-Up Companies

UTTO will promote and facilitate business development and entrepreneurship by bringing researchers together with experienced entrepreneurs and investors to form companies for commercializing university technologies. The UTTO will create and foster new start-up companies that will create jobs and provide mutually beneficial relationships to advance technological innovations and to bring their services into the marketplace. UTTO will maintain an electronic database of start-ups based on university technology. The data base will be publicly available through Ubrica Website, that people can view and invest directly.

STPS 2 BILLION UBCS

These coins will be issued in the year 2020 at US $ 5 per coin to support science and technology in developing countries. We will issue coins to facilitate the knowledge transfer from the universities to the industry. The 2 billion coins will be issued in four phases each phase raising funds to support different segment of this project.

Phase 1. Private sale

We will issue 100 million UBCs to facilitate the design of the STPs. Setting out the strategy and deciding on the best model for implementation. We require a lot of desktop and field research to understand the STPs scope and relationships. This will be done by a team of professional we will therefore, issue these UBCs to support this stage of STP development.

Phase 2. Presale 

In this stage we will issue 300 million UBCs. This will be used for the development of STPs. We will identify and hire architects, engineers and planners who will be responsible for developing the project scope and planning the implementation of the STPs.

Funds for feasibility studies which will include Physical planning, geotechnical studies, suitability analysis, Architecture, Engineering, Economic planners, Construction planning, Security, Information technology.

 Phase 3. Crowdsale

We will issue 1 billion UBCs to facilitate the construction of the STPs. We intend to construct 66 STPs in different Kenyan universities. These funds will be used to purchase land, entitlement and the construction material for this project.  These funds will be used to monitor and evaluate the project

Phase 4. Token Generating Event

We will issue 600 million UBCs to support management of the STPs. We will use the funds to create a mortgage program to facilitate ownership of scientific real estate developed as innovation hubs. We will also create a reserve fund to support operation of innovation hubs within each STP, until breakeven. Operations of an innovation hub within an STP will be responsible for generating high quality research, idea innovation, translation/commercialization of knowledge into products and services that help solve local problems. The STPs will bridge the university with the industry and with the local community. To stimulate new innovation we will create a bounty programs to reward individuals or groups with new scientific ideas that will help provide solutions to our vexing problems. We will issue tokens to people who will

  • do original research,
  • publish the results of their original research,
  • present the results of their research in scientific conferences locally and internationally,
  • translate their research knowledge into commercial prototypes, and
  • commercialize their prototypes into products of everyday use.

UBRICA RETAIL CLINICAL CENTERS

We intend to support design, development and construction of at least 100 health centers that will be leased to qualifying health professionals on 20 year mortgage agreement. We will construct an average of two units per county in Kenya. Some counties with greater population may have more than two. Each center will have a fully furnished health center and a retail store. A center so designed is the Ubrica Retail Clinical Center (URCC). Individuals enrolled into the CSU form the consumer base of the URCC. Each URCC will serve a catchment population of about 300,000 people. Thus, 100 URCCs will serve at least 30 million people. The URCC project requires US$ 1 billion. We shall allocate 2 billion Ubricoins to fund design, development and implementation of 100 URCCs in Kenya.

URCCS 2 BILLION UBC

We will sell 2 billion UBCs at $2 per Ubricoin to help in design, development, construction and management of the URCCs. We intend to construct at least 100 health centers average of two units per county. The 2 billion UBCs will be issued in four phases.

Phase I. Private sale

In this phase we will issue 100 million UBCs. The funds raised will be used for the design of the URCCs.  Desktop research will be carried out to determine the structure and requirements needed to construct the URCCs.  Field research and visiting the sites will be done to determine suitable areas for constructing the URCCs. We will also do environmental studies and acquire permits.

We will also do marketing to create awareness and identify doctors who will be running the clinics. Public outreach and evaluation will be carried out to understand the scope of the project.

User’s research will also be done to determine our target audience and capacity for utilization of health services in each county. User’s studies will include consumers of care, providers of care and payers of care. This will help in determining the optimal number of clinics for each county. Counties with greater population may require more than two URCCs.

We will develop a program for quality training, this will help improve the quality of care that will be provided in the clinics. The identified doctors who will own the clinics will go through continuous professional development.

A fraction of the funds raised in this phase, will be used for project planning i.e. getting proper legal document, permits and doing feasibility studies.

Phase 2. Presale

We will issue 300 billion UBCs in this phase. These funds will be used for the development of URCCs. We will hire consultants, architects, engineers, planners, construction security personnel and IT professionals. This team will be responsible for planning and generating of construction documents for different counties.

Phase 3. Crowdsale

In this phase, we will issue 1 billion UBCs on October 1, 2019. This will help us in acquisition of land and their title deeds thereof for the implementation of the URCCs project. This land will be sourced from different counties in Kenya. Our goal is to ensure that we at least have land in all the 47 counties so as to effectively start the construction of the URCCs.

These funds will also be used to purchase clinical equipment required in the clinics.

 Phase 4. Token Generating Event

We will issue 600 million UBCs for management of the URCCs. We will issue mortgages to the doctors who will own the URCCs. The mortgages will make it easy for fresh graduate to own clinics. Some of the funds raised will be used in an incentive program. We will reward health professionals with Brevis for provision of quality of care. We will also issue tokens to individual with good health seeking behaviors. These incentives are meant to improve the quality of care and as motivation to the Doctors. Offering token to the patients will lead to early disease detection and prevention of diseases.

Funds raised from this phase will be used for continue growth and maintenance of the clinics and to set stage for long-term success of the project. We will also hire technical teams which will be in charge of maintaining the equipment.

 

UBRICA HUMAN ENGAGEMENT

Our human engagement pillar involves engaging people at their basic level of existence to discover how we can work with them to create wealth. Members engaged will enter into a distributed autonomous organization (DAO) known as the Co-operative Society of Ubricans (CSU). We have created an online retail store known as Soko Janja (see shop.ubrica.com) where members can buy and sell produce, products, and services. We have started enrolling individuals onto Soko Janja. Enrolled individuals can post pictures of their produce or products to the online retail store. We will set aside a small fraction of proceeds of their sales into a health fund. We intend to enroll 14 million families in Kenya alone. Members of the CSU will use their wealth to finance health production for themselves and their loved ones.

SOKO JANJA 1 BILLION UBCS

We will sell 1 billion UBCs to supprt our online retail store known as Soko Janja (see shop.ubrica.com) to help operationalize wealth creation by each individual in any given community. These 1 billion coins will be sold in four phases at $0.5 per UBC.

 Phase 1. Private sale

We will releases 100 million coins at this stage 0n June 1, 2018. These funds will be used to design the platform. Funds will also be used for  desktop and field research to assess the market for the local products, visiting manufacturers to sell the idea and register them on our platform and calling and listing manufacturers, clients, suppliers and customers.

Phase 2. Presale

We will sell 200 million UBCs at this stage on August 1, 2018. These funds will be used for the development of Soko Janja. We will buy new computers to facilitate maintenance, updates and development of the platform. These funds will also cater to networking capabilities and paying salaries to people who will be working on the platform. We will also use  fraction of the funds raised to market our platform.

Phase 3. Crowdsale 

We will sell 300 million coins at this stage on October 1, 2018 for developing management capacity. This will include identifying, recruiting, training and retaining human resource for Soko Janja. These funds will be used for strategic planning to scale Soko Janja, organizing and upgrading teams into departments. In coordinating to make sure all the teams are working together in a synchronized version so that all the teams will work as a single whole.  We will also create a team controlling financial resources including creating appropriate use of the Ubricoin, token distributions, airdrops and loyalty incentive programs.

Phase 4. Token generating event

We will issue 400 million coins on December 1, 2018 for scaling Soko Janja. These funds will be used to enroll 14 million households and to pay 7,250 community workers who will be recruited to register manufacturers and suppliers in the 47 counties, 210 sub-counties and 1,450 wards in Kenya.  We will create an incentive program to reward customers who will be buying locally produced products from soko janja.

UBRICOIN DISTRIBUTION

We plan Ubricoin sales in the following manner:

  • 1 billion (10%) UBCs for design, development, management and scaling of Soko Janja
  • 2 billion (20%) UBCs for design, development, construction and management of Ubrica Retail Clinical Centers (URCCs)
  • 2 billion (20%) UBCs for design, development, construction and management of Science and Technology Park (STPs)
  • 3 billion (30%) UBCs for design, development, construction and management of Biomedical Industrial City (BMIC)
  • 2 billion (20%)  UBCs will be reserved for community development and Ubrica team.

UBRICOIN DISTRIBUTION PROGRAM
(Note. SJ = Soko Janja; URCC = Ubrica Retail Clinical Centers; STP = Science and Technology Parks; BMIC = Biomedical Industrial City; CD = Community Development and Team)

SMART CONTRACTS
Smart contracts help exchange money, property, shares, or anything of value in a transparent, conflict-free way while avoiding the services of a middleman. Smart contracts not only define the rules and penalties around an agreement in the same way that a traditional contract does, but also automatically enforce those obligations.

Ubrica smart contracts will facilitate, verify, negotiate and conclude contracts between individuals and their contracting party.  Due to these smart contracts holding value, individuals may participate or audit all Ubricoins smart contracts.

All smart contracts are connected to one super smart contract (SSC) but don’t lose their individual rights. If a smart contract cannot be fulfilled due to performance impossibility (death), then the SSC saves the holder’s rights.

Characteristics of blockchain

  1. Trust is established through a consensus of peers
  2. Validation of trusted transactions is decentralized/distributed among peers in a network
  3. Transactions are updated on a continuous basis 

Why blockchain

  1. To facilitate village level commerce
  2. To reduction of friction of currency in the trade
  3. To facilitate real time transfer of cash
  4. It is safe, it reduces fraud as Ubricoin will act as the escrow to protect the members
  5. It eliminates middlemen who do not provide value for money using the network

Why Ubricoin
We intend to issue 10 billion ubricoins (hardcap) on ethereum blockchain. The ubricoin will comply with the ERC20 standard. Ubricoin will be transferable on Ethereum platform.

We will use the funds for design, development, construction and management of the four Ubrica projects: Soko Janja, Ubrica Retail Clinical Centers (URCCs), Science and Technology Parks (STPs) and Biomedical Industrial City (BMIC). These projects will be the rationale for issuing of the UBCs. We will sell the coins project-wise with each project taking four phases: private sale, presale, crowdsale and Tocken Generation Event.

We need Artificial intelligence for global health. Blockchain gathers intelligent data about health, nutrition information and diseases. This data will help us develop:

  • Smart community health decision support system
  • Smart Public health decision support system
  • Smart clinical decision support systems

The implication of artificial intelligence will include:

  • Early disease detection algorithm built on International Classification of Diseases (ICD)
  • Health and diseases monitoring
  • Effect and impact evaluation of health programs
  • Improved data security, accuracy and speed of diagnosis

Funding and creating incentives for research

  • Building world-class capacity for health and clinical research
  • Research reporting through peer-to-peer reviewed papers by creating incentive token to the authors. This will lead to more people taking part in developing scientific papers.

Product development: Creation of cash incentive tokens for supporting development of scientific product. Ubricoin will be used for manufacturing of biomedical products

Ubricoin will facilitate the commercialization of the products in the online marketing and retail platform called Soko Janja

Ubricoin will support scientific real estate construction and development;

  1. Ubrica Retail Clinical Centers (URCCs)
  2. Science and Technology Parks (STPs)
  3. Biomedical Industrial City (BMIC)

WHAT IS UBRICOIN?

Ubricoin is a blockchain built on Etherium protocol. We created 10,000,000,000 (ten billion) Ubricoins. A “UBC” refers to one Ubricoin. As an ERC20 token, it is configured to be used globally by all individuals. A UBC derives value from the exchange with Ether.

It is a peer-to-peer Internet currency that will enable payment to anyone in the world to facilitate global health.  We will use Ubricoin to create platforms for funding lifescience research and development, generic drugs manufacturing and health services delivery. Ubricoin will be the gateway to the biomedical world which comprises Soko Janja, health services delivery, science and technology parks and biomedical industrial city (Figure 2).  Ubricoin will expand Ubrica’s capability to host future worthy lifescience and health blockchain projects and spinoffs.

UBRICOIN

 

USES OF UBRICOIN: LIFESCIENCE AND HEALTH PROJECTS BUILT ON UBRICOIN BLOCKCHAIN

 

Direct Beneficiaries of Ubricoin

Ubricoin will benefit you, the consumer of health and other services. Consumers will receive Brevis airdrops from shopping on Soko Janja. Brevis airdrops are monetized loyalty points issuing from the point of sale platform on Soko Janja. Consumers will also give direct feedback to providers, through the rating systems. Providers receiving good ratings will be rewarded with Brevis airdrops. Consumers will experience increased access to health generating produce products and services.

Providers of health accepting Ubricoin as payment at the point of sale will receive Brevis loyalty tokens, service quality tokens, direct feedback from consumers. Providers will also give direct feedback to consumers, such that consumers who adopt good health habits will be rewarded with Brevis. Payers of health using Ubricoin for payment transaction will experience dramatic reduction in payment fraud. Providers will be paid only for honest work. Payers will enjoy simplified payment system built on blockchain.

Suppliers of products and services to the health system will enjoy simplified payment system. They will receive Brevis airdrops and service quality token. They will also receive direct feedback from consumers, and in turn will give direct feedback to consumers.

Regulators of health services will create intelligent regulation based on real-time data. This will ensure good governance. They will receive Brevis airdrops and service quality token. They will also receive direct feedback from consumers, and in turn will give direct feedback to consumers.

Local and international non-governmental organization will enjoy simplified data gathering for needs assessments, project implementation evaluation, and post implementation evaluation. They will receive Brevis airdrops and service quality token. They will also receive direct feedback from consumers, and in turn will give direct feedback to consumers.

International development organizations concerned with global health will have a system for easy tracking of diseases of global health concern, detecting diseases before they become epidemics. They will also enjoy simplified data gathering for needs assessments, project implementation evaluation, and post implementation evaluation. They will receive Brevis airdrops and service quality token. They will also receive direct feedback from consumers, and in turn will give direct feedback to consumers.

This global health financing project has three pillars: (a) smart reward pillar,  (b) human engagement pillar, and (c) projects pillar. In this document we describe the phased implementation program for the three pillars.

THREE PILLARS OF THE UBRICA PROJECT
THREE PILLARS OF THE UBRICA PROJECT—STRATEGY FOR FUNDING UNIVERSAL HEALTH FOR ALL

SMART REWARD
Our crypto-currency program involves creating incentive programs to reward excellence in education, research and practice. We shall also reward the use of Ubricoin for financial transactions in everyday practice. Buying from local suppliers and manufacturers on Soko Janja will attract rewards. Rewards will help to create incentives for quality in education, research and practice in developing world. Quality of medical and health care will improve in turn.

HUMAN ENGAGEMENT
Briefly, our human engagement pillar involves engaging people at their basic level of existence to discover how we can work with them to create wealth. Members engaged will enter into a distributed autonomous organization (DAO) known as the Co-operative Society of Ubricans (CSU). We have created an online retail store known as Soko Janja (see, shop.ubrica.com) where members can buy and sell produce, products, and services.

PROJECTS
Ubrica project comprises three distinct scientific real estate projects: a series of world class health centers, university science and technology parks, and a biomedical industrial city in Kenya.

Ubrica Retail Clinical Centers
We intend to construct at least 100 health centers that will be leased to qualifying health professionals on 20 year mortgage agreement.

University Science and Technology Parks
We will facilitate design, development and implementation of 66 Science and Technology Parks (STPs) for universities.

Biomedical Industrial City
We propose to implement Biomedical Industrial City in Kenya, known as Ubrica One. Ubrica one project is planned and designed to meet the full range of health needs, including curative and preventive services, of those residing and working in the Medical City as well as those visiting the Medical City for medical tourism and other purposes.