Logical reasoning indicates that the fundamental solution to health production problem in Kenya or elsewhere lies in a system that improves the economy of each family. In line with this logic, we have created a system to help people in all wards in Kenya to find market for their produce, services and products.
To help a person, he or she must first join and become a member of the Co-operative Society of Ubricans (CSU). Once joined, our community economic development workers help the member to register their products with our online market known as Soko Janja (see sokojanja.com). Our co-operative society is responsible for using social media and other digital and traditional marketing methods to find market for the produce, products or services. It is the job of the members of the marketing team at the co-operative to contact buyers in Kenya and internationally to secure orders of the produce. When we strike a sale, we divide the proceeds of produce/product sale into three fractions.
To find money to fund health we divide the proceeds of sale into three primary fractions. One fraction goes back to our member in form of profit. Second fraction goes back to our co-operative to meet operations and administration needs. The third fraction sits in a health fund. A member seeking care at a health facility is fully covered. The owners of health facility are happy because they are assured of payment of the quantity and quality of their service offering.