Wow, you are a great writer and it really shows how much your are doing with this idea! And your startup is great!!! I look forward to seeing you implement this more and more in your community and country!
I think your idea is great and is needed more and more with the COVID happening. I really hope you are able to implement this in your country and across the world where others are in need of your idea as well. Wish you the best and I thank you for your support on my idea.
I think this a good idea in the sense of educating people about these topics. Especially talking about rape cases and how the body works is such a great idea. I look forward to seeing you implement this idea and I thank you for your support on my idea.
This would be amazing to see implemented! Empowering women through the use of their own skills is definitely a way to make a great change in your country and in the world. I wish you the best of luck and thank you for supporting me and reading my idea.
I hope this idea of yours can be implemented in the country you wish for. It would be great to see more houses and support for those struggling. I wish you all the best! Thank you again for reading and supporting my idea.
It would definitely be great to see reduced inequalities around the world and have more educated people! Maybe you could give more specific details on HOW to educate, because it's most important to know how specifically this will be implemented. Thanks for reading and commenting on my idea too!
This is a great idea! I also gave your Insta a follow! I hope you can implement this idea in Indonesia and across the world! Good luck to you, you have my vote! And thank you for the comment on my idea!
Thanks so much for your comment!
And yes you are right! This is one of the potential problems with the app (how people could take advantage of it and get free items). I have done so much thinking and research and I have two answers for this.
The big problem is that we do not want to infringe on the rights of peoples privacy (the purpose of the app is to be kind, so imputing any data that says anything about who a person is can lead to racial discrimination and other prejudices), like asking how much money they make a year and how big their family is, but we also do not want people taking advantage of an amazing app that has others pay for necessities. So the middle ground that is most likely to not violate privacy but make sure there are less fake profiles is that we actually listen and take customer feedback and complaints seriously first and foremost. The report option of the app would give anyone the option to report any person, nonprofit, and/ or organization. By listening to the user reports, the app can flag (and I mean put a little flag in the corner of a profile) any profile that is fake, suspicious, or has just been reported (and looked into).
In some countries/ states/ provinces the laws are different, impersonating someone can be a crime but it usually entails the fake account using some sort of action to be considered a crime. If an account used a fake profile to get free items and then sell them to others for a profit while still being a part of a middle class household this may or may not be considered a crime but the point is it probably is not. This is fair to say though, because labeling an income level with a crime pertaining to this app is unfair in itself. There is not a for sure solution the app itself can do to prevent fake accounts, but an additional possible solution to this problem is doing a partial background check; in this sense, people would type in their name, location, and age (age would not be shown on profile, and SPECIFIC location wouldn't be either) to have their data ran through a computer that would ensure the person living in the residence is in fact that person. To determine whether they are in need is a violation of privacy even if it seems morally unfair.
We as society can not determine who is in need. Someone who is in need in America may have completely different circumstances and a way of living compared to someone living in another impoverished country who also says they are in need as well. We as people can not trust everyone is telling the truth but, instead of seeking honesty, the point of the app is to seek kindness and happiness through giving and receiving. So if a person does not want to use the app in fear of being deceived, that is their right. But as a helping person like myself, I would take the risk if it means helping out people who really need it.
Let me know what you think.
Thank you so much for your comment!
Yes people will be able to search for those (people, nonprofits, & organizations) who are near them or in specific areas around the world. They will also be able to search up a location in which a nonprofit is going to travel or send items/ supplies/ money to.
To your second question, that is also a yes. People can give to whatever person, nonprofit, and/ or organization they want to. The purpose of the app is to give those in need a connection to those who are generous, and vice versa. I'm so sorry I can't answer it better, I'm just a little confused about the question.