Reward people for doing the right thing!
A mother who vaccinates her child earns rewards that she can spend just like money. This is great for her and great for the local economy.
People regularly earn rewards for basic things like booking a flight or buying groceries at the same shop. Why not take that logic and apply it to behaviour that has a positive impact?
Vaccinate a child. Go to a consultation. Stay on your treatment. Use a clean latrine. Use renewable energy. Rewards earned from these behaviours can be spent in the local market, injecting much-needed value into cash-starved economies.
Triggerise creates rewards-based platforms that motivate consumers to make positive choices. They allow local communities to access and deliver aid, on their own terms.
A pregnant woman attends a clinic for her first antenatal consultation. But instead of filling in a lengthy registry no one will look at for months, both she and her healthcare provider use phones to confirm their meeting. The process takes 30 seconds, and it’s free.
Similar automated validations underlie every interaction powered by Triggerise, providing unprecedented visibility into community-level field work. We know the instant a patient sees a community health worker or attends a clinic; we’re notified when a sales agent delivers supplies to a shop; we’re aware if a consumer uses reward points to purchase a product. We can even survey a representative sample of these users to glean deeper insights into their attitudes and beliefs.
The Tiko Companion is a membership service that accompanies pregnant women from the start of the pregnancy journey to the most important milestone: the delivery. The Companion is designed with convenience and rewards in mind. It outlines the most important milestones of a healthy pregnancy - such as antenatal consultations, various tests or supplements (folic acid, zinc, etc) - and helps with bookings, scheduling and referrals. It also rewards users for reaching milestones with Tiko, that can be redeemed at the local market for food, necessities, and other products and services.
A picture is worth a thousand words. But sometimes, pictures distract us from urgent issues. Every year, charities the world over publish their previous year’s report. Impact is measured. Successes are beautifully highlighted. Backs are patted. These reports contain a lot of beautiful pictures meant to distill the work of the charity into strong, relatable emotions.
Pictures are powerful storytelling props meant to serve a higher good. Here at Triggerise, we believe they are also a distraction from important conversations that we need to have, urgently. We stick to the facts about the impact of our work. No pictures necessary.