Defytime-Fiji proposes to improve the medical care of Fiji's
poorer and more remote native Fijians. In urban areas, Fiji's
public hospitals tend to be adequate but in rural areas public
health facilities are very basic and inefficient, or
non-existent. In many cases, Fijians living in rural areas
typically have to travel hours for treatment. 60% (about 535,000
people) has no access to quality health services.
With funding from The Remedy for Humanity and derived through
Fijian government grants supporting specific initiatives,
Defytime-Fiji will provide free or very low-cost medical care
for poor Fijians and Fijians living in remote locations.
Defytime-Fiji will also provide two "mobile medical clinic
vehicles" and two "mobile medical clinic, ocean going, boats" to
provide healthcare to those Fijians who cannot travel to one of
the two major public hospitals. Defytime-Fiji will invest
$7,065,375 in hard assets with an additional $1,350,000 annually
for operating costs. At month eighteen, Defytime-Fiji will have
employed 60+ Fijians, which will provide annual wages of $1.6
million, with an additional estimated payroll taxes of $217
thousand each year.
Defytime-Fiji Public Benefit Trust is a partnership formed by
Sierra Sciences and Defytime Holdings. BioViva USA and Chase
Life Extension Foundation (CLEF) will be hired by Defytime-Fiji.
Defytime-Fiji will derive profits for humanitarian causes by
operation of a Medical Tourism Medical Spa that will provide
telomerase gene therapy to patients worldwide that travel to the
Spa in Fiji.