Health activism that matters. The UNODC, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, has partnered with blockchain based healthcare, telemedicine and telepsychology company doc.com to look for the promotion and expansion of free healthcare access in Eastern Africa.\r\n\r\nIn a letter from the United Nations and signed by UNODC\u2019s Regional Representative for East Africa, Amado Philip de Andres, the UNODC and doc.com will develop the startup platforms in Africa.\r\n\r\nDoc.com offer services in more than 20 countries, including its latest venture in the United States. The company is now partnering with the UN to go to Africa. It is planning to go to the United Kingdom and Asia by the end of 2019.\r\n\r\nThe expansion for the rest of Africa will take place on the second quarter of 2019, according to company's sources.\r\n\r\nDoc.com has impacted over 130,000 lives as it provided access to doctors 24 hours a day for free. The doc.com Emotions program has also enhanced around 70,000 people's lives with psychologist services.\r\nTokens for information that gives you healthcare services\r\nThe platform will provide MTC digital tokens in exchange for information with the tokens, people will have access to free essential healthcare services. According to the website: \u201cMTC is the crypto currency that supports the doc.com ecosystem and makes free basic healthcare a reality\u201d.\r\n\r\nDr Docasoul, from doc.com, highlights in its Medium account that doc.com is a paradigm shift, "Doc.com is the story being written of how the commodity of data became the driver of a humanitarian mission to provide free basic healthcare to the world."\r\n\r\nThe startup is exchanging information for medical research by health care services. it is what Dr Docasoul states: "Doc.com stands for healthcare justice," since the company is " a symbol of freedom and represents a basic human right."\r\n\r\n"The Medical Blockchain Of doc.com is an incubator for quality-of-life discoveries; like the womb, it holds, nurtures and gives unto the world," he stands.\r\n\r\nThe company also said they are planning a subsidiary blockchain based veterinary service called "Doc Pets" by the second quarter of 2019.