This proposal for Kenya has three possible phases, of which only the first is considered in detail below:
Phase 1: Farming micro projects, managed by MicroAid and financed via the Humaniq ‘Wallet’ application;
Phase 2: Establishment of a peer-to-peer community finance organisation that uses Humaniq token (HMQ) and the provision of HMQ credit from FinTech’s;
Phase 3: Investment by the community finance organisation in a borehole and solar array which will provide the village with water and electricity. Consumption of water and power would be metered, with users billed in HMQ.
The following is a micro-project proposed by Kenyan Mbee United (KMU) family members (click on project links):