BlaBlaHelp is based on the core principle of community – mutual aid
BlaBlaCar has launched the free mobile application BlaBlaHelp, which will help unify platform users with neighbors needing help in the purchase of products, medicines and essential items during the spread of the Kovid-19 virus.
The new application allows you to find self helpers and provide your assistance to neighbors. In Ukraine alone, BlaBlaHelp will allow at least six million people (BlaBlaCar users in Ukraine) to help each other, and in general 90 million people in 22 countries of the world where the carpooling service works.
By logging into BlaBlaHelp, the user automatically builds confidence. Those who use BlaBlaHelp to get help will see Helper’s full profile, including his photos, reviews, a linked Facebook account, and the date created on the profile BlaBlaCar.
If you want to be an assistant, check the box that you are ready to help. Users who are looking for help or know people who need it will be able to help assistants in their area by reading their profile carefully and contacting them.
Summary PAYSPACE magazine
Recall, Andrei Prikodchenko, a resident of the capital, developed an online service, called “Drive a Doctor”. It is a travel aggregator that allows drivers to find travel companions, but above all, it focuses on healthcare providers. The service has so far been launched in Kiev, Kharkov and some other cities in Ukraine.
Since the capital was intercepted during the quarantine and public transport was limited, “Drive the Doctor” could help partially solve the problem of doctors traveling to the workplace.
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