The Quayambaya / BNHE Concept is backed by a disruptive fintech concept, - using untapped financial values conversion & matching to enable direct impact sustainable development by means of decentralized Peer2Peer BNHE Benefits (basic nutrition, health & education) distribution within the user-case identified impact zones.
Amazon Rainforest Conservation
Quayambaya is implementing through its BNHE Benefits concept basic nutrition, health & education goods / services via biometric onboarding & data syncronization directly to participating indigenous / native adult & child beneficiaries in tribal communities located within the designated Amazon Rainforest Conservation impact zones in Peru, Colombia & Brazil.
750,000 Hectares rainforest protected
210,600 trees planted
3,240 BNHE beneficiaries onboarded,
416,000 VCU carbon credits earned,
1,500 children enrolled / basic education
2 Impact Zones in Colombia / Brazil & Peru
Loyalty points & cash-back rewards arising from card payments & online shopping activities from Quayambaya enrolled Users are being matched & converted into a unified digital stored value for the purpose of DIRECT DISTRIBUTION under pre-determined action triggers to biometric onboarded BNHE beneficiaries against assignment of redeemable BNHE credits in equal value. User generated values are distributed direct to the end - beneficiary, identified by his biometric ID under independent 3rd. party audit.