When disaster strikes, billions of dollars in foreign aid can be raised quickly.
Unfortunately, only a small percentage of funding reaches those who need it most.
We address this problem of transparency and accountability by supporting humanitarian projects directly by planning with 3D and virtual reality simulations.
Projects are designed collaboratively in a 3D using Metavents drag and drop project editor, like Simcity. Each object within the scene is connected to a real-world supplier with project costs updating in real time as objects are added.
Project collaborators use VR to immersive themselves in the project throughout the design process to gain insights that currently require physically traveling to the project site.
Projects are tested against simulations of worst-case disaster scenarios to ensure increased resilience.
Completed project simulations pass safety and resilience tests, and include insights of precise costs, delivery timelines and present a manifest of all the suppliers required to deliver the project.
After the project funds are raised, its passed onto an approved trust, such a Climate Change Trust Fund, who pays the contractors and suppliers. All payments are accounted for using Holochain (Blockchain) technology and reported back to project funders.
Contractors are required to update their progress on the project and can be visualized in the project simulation which is shared among all the stakeholders. This ensures 100% transparency and accountability.
Rock Against Poverty includes the costs of the project into our annual funding targets.