There is so much that goes on between donors giving their money and aid actually reaching the people who need it. When aid does finally reach people affected by a crisis, it’s often the wrong kind of aid. 70% of Syrian Refugees sold their aid to buy what they actually need. Even if responders can deliver relevant aid, it’s difficult to identify and verify affected people. This means aid doesn’t always reach the people who need it most.
DISASTER RESPONSE 2.0
Humanitarian aid is broken
End-to-endCash transfer platform
Sempo provides an end-to-end platform for NGOs to rapidly and efficiently deploy cash programs. We solve beneficiary identification, cash disbursement and program monitoring in one seamless platform.