“Pay for success” finance is a performance-based contracting system that has been applied to a wide range of social issues ranging from pre-k, mental health and elder-care services to workforce training and supportive housing. It's clear to some that “pandemic preparedness” is being fitted out for pay for success profit-taking, too.
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The “pay for success” finance model works as follows:
1. Identify a social problem. In this case the possibility of a pandemic.
2. Get an academic institution or think tank to cost out the problem as a negative. Remember, the more expensive the problem, the bigger the potential profit from preemptively “fixing” it.
3. Establish an equation that fixes a rate of return for “evidence-based” “solutions.”
4. Select the type of data, the parameters, that determine “success” for the deal.
5. Set up infrastructure to track the data and provide “evidence” of success.
6. Identify partners – service provider, investors, and project oversight.
7. Deliver the services and collect the data. This may include inflicting the pain or aggravating the problem-- for the service provider and client's money gains to be forthcoming.
8. After a third party determines if success metrics were met, performance payments are issued to investors (or not).
Pay for success finance deals will be well served by the global vaccine market that is being advanced through Gates’s outfit GAVI. Vaccine doses are readily quantifiable, and the economic costs of many illnesses are straightforward to calculate. With a few strategic grants awarded to prestigious universities and think tanks, I anticipate suitable equations framing out a healthy ROI (return on investment) will be devised to meet global market demands shortly. Source: Get great news at https://wrenchinthegears.com/
More -- Pay for success finance deals Global Vaccine Market Pay for Success -- https://www.who.int/immunization/research/forums_and_initiative/1_ABatson_Global_Vaccine_Market_gvirf16.pdf
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Over the past month, the gaze of investigative researchers has been fixed on GAVI, Bill Gates, Gates’s associates like Fauci, and the over-size influence they are having on public health policy around Covid-19.
Use the link for the map to dig further into the relationships. The members of the 2012 Development Impact Bond (DIB) Working Group Report are of particular interest, since DIBs are being considered as a way to finance vaccination campaigns.
Public health is a servant of bond markets and financiers. A glance at the participants in this working group makes it clear, doses and people and death and suffering are just going to be part of their market analysis. For too many people, openly discussing concerns about vaccines remains a third-rail. But we DO have to learn how to talk about this to one another, because the stakes are too damn high to shy away from it. I also believe these campaigns and the tracking systems associated with them have been structured as an imperial enterprise and should be treated with profound caution.
Interactive version of Fauci / Gates map viewable here.
The World Bank started promoting the use of Blockchain to track vaccine supplies as early as 2017, the same year they got into the pandemic bond business.
More on that here. https://wrenchinthegears.files.wordpress.com/2020/04/blockchain-vaccines-world-bank.jpg?w=768
In 2018, the World Bank and the World Health Organization partnered on an initiative called the Global Preparedness Monitoring Board. Its task is to oversee member nations and identify pandemic preparedness “gaps.” Gaps is a red flag for technocracy. Once a social problem is turned into data, it can be put onto a dashboard and twisted to serve the needs of global markets. The “gap” between the data as it currently is and that which is desirable allows public services and resources to be placed under the control of systems engineers, technocrats. The following excerpt is taken from a paper prepared by the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security in 2019. It speaks to the desire for data to “motivate” and “measure.”
Data-driven “pay for success” deals are structured around the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs). “Health” is goal number three. The World Bank has played a role in creating new investment products aligned to the UN SDGs. You can read more about the UN SDG financial apparatus here. https://wrenchinthegears.files.wordpress.com/2020/04/stakeholder-capitalism.jpg?w=76 part deleted
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