Originating in the Latin term servitĭum, the word service means the action of serving (being liable to be helpful to someone for whatever reason, doing what the person wants or asks of you).
A service is a product of human activity that satisfies a need, without assuming the form of a material good. Of the various characteristics of a service that allow differentiating it from a product, intangibility stands out.
In the case of conscientiology, consciential readiness for assistance is what makes the difference. In this sense, the CIs tend to have in their portfolio of activities, a provision of “services” free of charge, to attend or serve their target audience.
UNICIN has two (2) types of services: Support to the Conscienciocentric Institutions (CIs) and Pre-Conscientiocentric Institutions (pre-CIs), and the Support to Volunteers Service (SAV).