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To increase life expectancy by improving universal access to health and promoting well-being.

Introducing key challenges.

We are currently living in a global pandemic and health has become a top priority in every country. This is why all efforts are targeted to eliminate the virus and its negative consequences.

Cancer, cardiovascular diseases, respiratory diseases, infectious diseases, drug abuse, anxiety, depression and obesity are other problems that need to be addressed with the same level of investment and scientific effort.

Deaths by cause (Nº deaths).

Source: IHME. Global Burden of diseases.

Cardiovascular diseases, cancer and respiratory diseases are the main causes of death in the world, leading to almost 30 million deaths per year. However, other causes that have a low percentage, like terrorism or natural disasters, are the ones that frequently capture the media’s attention.

Deaths by risk factor. (Nº deaths).

Source: IHME. Global Burden of diseases.

Smoking, sugar, pollution, alcohol and obesity are some of the main risk factors in the world. Most of them are directly related to our socioeconomic dependencies, our lifestyle and out eating habits.

Healthcare quality index. (Index from 0 “worst” to 100 “best”.)

Source: IHME. Global Burden of diseases.

The healthcare access and quality index create a score based on the measure of 32 causes of death that could be avoided by timely and effective medical care. Despite the index value is growing, there are still a lot of challenges in terms of the inequality of the index by country.

Deaths attributed to obesity (% from total deaths).

Source: IHME. Global Burden of diseases.

Obesity is one of the hidden epidemics in the world. The obesity death rate is constantly growing, and today, 8.4% of deaths are attributed to obesity. In the United States the trend is even higher, where obesity accounts for 14.3% of deaths.

Mission description.

This mission seeks to have a positive impact on people's lives by increasing life expectancy and well-being through universal and efficient access to healthcare and promoting well-being and healthy lifestyle habits. Covid-19 increased the priority of health in all countries. Truly achieving sustainable development requires guaranteeing well-being and healthy conditions regardless of a person's place of birth, age or economic resources.

Mission challenges
in the mission.


  • Increase the access to universal health.
  • Improve the experience of patients living with difficulties.

Promote well-being.

  • Promote well being.
  • Improve the well-being of people living with mental health issues.
  • Promote healthy eating habits.

Ageing and the silver economy.

  • Increase the well-being of people over 65 years old.

COVID Response.

  • Promote innovation to reduce the consequences of the COVID pandemic.

SDG alignment.

Zero hunger.

2.2 End all forms of malnutrition.

Good health and well-being.

3.4 Promote well-being.

3.5 Prevent harmful substance abuse.

3.7 Ensure universal access to sexual health.

3.8 Achieve universal health coverage.

Some solutions for inspiration.

Below you can find some of the innovative impact solutions we are working on.

Healthy eating platforms.

Digital technologies can increase access to quality healthcare for vulnerable populations and also promote a better understanding of our body.

Sharing energy platforms.

Integrating gamification and incentives in the lifestyle of citizens to match their health and nutritional needs to the healthiest food and eating habits.

Food traceability technologies.

Traceability technologies for assuring the value chain of food by promoting a fair and secure system for producers and consumers.

Smart home devices for the elderly population.

Voice assistants and digital products for protecting the elderly population living alone and connecting them with their families.