Supporters that wish to help empower communities and build strong resilient and regenerative local economies toward other goals like sustainable envirmental or educational programs, have a lot of options when working with CICs.
- Stakeholder Gatherings and Training: These are similar to the steps mentioned in Voucher creation, but will often involve a wider range of stakeholders including local government.
- Capacity Building: When identifying resources that people have to share – gaps in those resources compared to local needs often arise. Filling these gaps through training and communal asset development can help the community have a solid framework for sustainable voucher redemption.
- Evidence based support
- Impact Indexing: Data from CIC circulation and endorsements from validators is indexed based on Sustainable Development Goals and a rank and reward can be calculated for support
- Donor Support: Donors can recieve impact data in the form of a digital certificate they can also followup on future impacts.
- Treasuries: Based on results from Indexing a Humanitarian organization can choose to purchase vouchers with donor funds (held in Treasuries).
- Redistribution: Based on results from Indexing CICs held in Treasuries can be redistributed directly to those people in need.
Last update: 2022-02-01