The first Indonesian humanitarian non-governmental organization to work with Electroneum has applauded the effort of the English cryptographic company, saying Electroneum has played a significant role in helping to create substantial impact in the country especially among the impoverished.
Project Child, an educational NGO established in the year 2011, targets transforming the lives of less privileged inhabitants of Indonesia, more importantly children.
As described by NewsLogical earlier, Project Child claims it is the first Indonesia based NGO to received crypto fund from Electroneum.
“It is a great example where technology, especially blockchain technology, could contribute significantly to any humanitarian causes and growing small non-profit organizations like Project Child to develop and expand its impact,” Project Child stated.
The organization furthered that it also received aid through seamless mining of Electroneum, an idea assisting Project Child in funding some of its activities like provision of drinking water and alternative education for Indonesian children.
Project Child directs its efforts towards areas associated with recurrent natural disasters in the riverside and beachside communities of Indonesia, helping them break the systemic cyclical poverty as well as reduce other effect of calamity.
The NGO also assist children in having standard education through physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually support.
The CEO of Electroneum Richard Ells described the alliance as something that will enhance Electroneum’s mission in proffering solution to problems in developing countries. Ells furthered that Electroneum will continue to assist millions of unbanked persons by integrating them into the global digital economy.
“We have partnered with NGOs that prioritise on long-term assistance that includes education as a way to empower the marginalised populations in the poorer countries.”