Human Engagement Pillar

2019-06-18 | Kaswii

My royal eminence, as promised, today’s post involves people, and realizing how they can create wealth together. It is about a pillar that involves engaging people at their basic level of existence to discover how they can work together to create wealth. 

               We know that a person becomes poor when he or she is unable to exchange goods and service for money. Nearly 95% of people living in Kenya are unable to find market for more than 80% of their farm produce. The only available market comes to them inform of organized cartels, who buy farm produce and livestock at a throwaway price. Even the, brokers and cartels are only able to buy from local people less than 20% of all the local produce. The rest of the perishable produce such as fruits, vegetables, flowers, animal products are rotting away in the villages of Kenya. 

            Here is the predicament, without anywhere to sell the produce, the subsistence cropper or livestock producer slides into extreme poverty. When sick, he or she is afraid to seek medical service until the disease advances and becomes incapacitating. Now, he or she is forced to seek medical care and arrives at a medical facility without enough money to pay for the service. The provider reduces the quality and quantity of the service offering to match the little money available from the patient. This severe lack of money to pay providers in Kenya has led to severe decline in quality of medical service. Many owners of health facilities have to cut corners to make ends meet. Distressed medical providers in Kenya are offering the lowest quality experience in the world. This is a serious health hazard. Without access to money, however, and surrounded by masses of people with advanced diseases, they are between a rock and a hard place. This is the quandary of health service. 

             Alas! there is a fundamental solution. Logical reasoning indicates that the solution to the health problem lies in a system that improves the economy of each individual. In line with this logic, we have created a system to help people find market for their produce, service and products. 

             Here is where I want your full attention. In order to help a person, he or she must first become a member of the distributed autonomous organization (DAO) known as co-operative society of ubricans (CSU). We intend to enroll 14 million families in Kenya alone. Once joined, our community workers will help the member to send to market whatever he or she is producing. We have created an online retail store known as Soko Janja, where members can buy and sell products, produce and services. We have started enrolling individuals into Soko Janja where they can post pictures of their products, produce and services to the online retail store. 

             Members of the CSU will use their wealth to finance health production for themselves and their loved ones. We will use UBRICOIN to facilitate the management of the online store. UBRICOIN will also be used at the point of sale in Soko Janja, as well as an incentive structure to encourage people to buy from each other to activate the local economy. 

 Exciting! isn’t it?  

In my next post I will explain to you how 3.02 billion UBNs, will be distributed to support Soko Janja and help  operationalize wealth creation by each individual in any community. 

You can’t afford to miss out!  

Checkout our social media handles;

ubrica_ke on Instagram 

@ubricaKE on twitter

The Ubrican on Youtube 

Checkout our website too, that is;


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *