After a disaster, getting aid to the affected quickly and efficiently is a priority. However, the processes are usually challenged with labor intensive administrative work, lack of infrastructure and services in rural communities. With blockchain and the elimination
of physical cash and vouchers in the aid process, Project Rahat hopes to plug leakages in CVA and make sure that help reaches
the intended people.
Rahat provides government, humanitarian agencies and organizations to easily setup, deploy, initiate and monitor relief projects.
The transactions are run on a blockchain backend making it impossible for users to double spend the tokens like real cash.
The blockchain network is decentralized. Transaction information is not stored centrally making it more secure and disaster resistant.