Proyecto Comedor (Community Driven Dining Room)

Project Name

Proyecto Comedor (Community Driven Dining Room)


Project's Website

The project that certifies, via blockchain, a human effort of group of 15 women who are making food for the people in needs in Argentinian Slams.

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Targeted Impact


CONCEPT/IDEA: The stage of diagnosis has ended, due to the socioeconomic context involved. We have achieved the total collaboration of the people who carry out this social dining room, for two decades. We have evaluated the factors that affect the project and the next stage is the construction of the MVP to obtain financing and, at the same time, to offer them couching for the administration and use of technological resources: digital and financial literacy.

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Impact Areas

Distribution of Food to needed people in poor neighborhoods. 

Quantifiable Impact?

People highly motivated socially and economically which will generate more social dining rooms functioning more efficiently and feeding more people

Problem - Gap

In this dining room, the people (inhabitants of "Villa 21") that carry this out and feed people in need, do not recieve sufficient incentives for their work, performing voluntary tasks since several years ago, with constant precarious situation of subsistence.

Use Case: Why use blockchain or other technologies?

Blockchain is necessary to offer transparency in the donations, assuring the final objective of the same, certifying the processes in a reliable way. In this way it is encouraged through Blockchain that the social purposes sought, are carried out more fairly and efficiently, enhancing the possible benefits for these people.

Team Members

SEBASTIAN VALDECANTOS ( (part time): Sebastian holds a PhD in Economics from Université Paris Sorbonne-Cité, where he graduated with a thesis modelling international monetary systems. He is in charge of the design, execution and follow-up of WABA network core projects. In addittion to this rolein, he works as the Chief Economist of the MonedaPAR project and as a professor of Macroeconomicsin the national universities of San Martin (UNSAM) and Mar del Plata (UNMDP) in Argentina. LAURA FRAILE (part time): Consultant in agile methodologies, activist and benchmark in blockchain. Since 2013 facilitates, manages and disseminates technology projects and has participated in projects for government, social organizations, startups and large companies. IVANIA LUYO (part time): worked in the area of microfinance for 13 years, and then I decided to devote my experience to citizen, economic and social development with the support of the Blockchain technology and currently working as a community coordinator for the project that was born with SystemaD, of which I was part of early 2016. I worked in Banco Ciudad, Cordial business of the Supervielle group and the Bolivian company Fie. I started my Psychology Degree in Bolivia (UAGRM), and currently i continue my degree studies at the University of Buenos Aires.


Applicant's Name


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Concept Definition

Support of B4H Goals

External Funding If Any

Ideation and feasibility analysis stage. The fundings come from ONG Bitcoin Argentina

Development Stage and Next Steps

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