Mautinoa Technologies is designed as a long term sustainable business. We anticipate our platform services having to deal with significant amounts of money flowing into and out of the system in a variety of different currencies. This allows us to charge management fees at low rates, as well as leveraging cash flows via treasury management to generate income. We aim to net fees from partner money transmission networks and local financial institutions as they are given integration access to the platform. We will not charge the beneficiaries or the merchants fees, but aim to recover value further up the value chain and horizontally via money flows. The total budget for global humanitarian emergency aid was 25 billion dollars in 2015 and is only set to get larger. At the World Humanitarian Summit in 2016, major agencies and donor countries pledged to deliver 50% of aid as cash within the next 5 to 10 years, so we are well placed to help.
By 2017, Mautinoa Technologies aims to provide a complete platform for the delivery of finance as aid to communities and individuals in the developing world.
"Working with NGO and government partners, Mautinoa will revolutionise humanitarian aid. We’re moving humanitarian aid from paternalistic giving of goods and services to an enabling model allowing survivors to restart their lives and local economies to recover faster, without the long-term economic damage that often comes with external intervention. Our innovative service platform allows beneficiaries to communicate, transact, and organise while simultaneously allowing regulators, NGOs, agencies, and donors at all levels to monitor the efficacy of programmes."