Technology and innovations are transforming the world around us—from self-driving cars to mobile payments. And yet the aid sector—which tackles some of the world’s biggest problems—often resists the pace of change.
While segments of the industry are exploring more market-based solutions, even these approaches employ a top-down structure that often disregards local communities and the existing business infrastructures working within them.
In underserved communities where these resources are needed most, life changes in an instant. A single illness, election or dry season can mean the difference between getting by and spiraling into destitution that can last for generations. That’s why effective aid calls for a dynamic, user-centric approach that introduces powerful incentives to help people overcome these barriers as they arise.
Their solutions are built around people. Using rewards-based platforms that motivate consumers to make positive choices, Triggerise gives local consumers and providers the power to access and deliver aid on their own terms—all while adding value back into their economies.
With a scalable model that works across both geographies and interventions, their customizable approach adapts to the unique needs of communities around the world. They maximize impact by engaging small businesses as partners—connecting fragmented networks with a peer-to-peer approach that doesn’t just benefit consumers, but also strengthens their local economies. And they provide access to real-time data that delivers rich behavioral insights to guide optimization.
They are passionate problem-solvers. And they are realists. Driven by impact and powered by innovation: They are rewarding positive behaviors and building stronger economies.