Imagine a world with no poverty or hunger
A world with universal education and healthcare, and one with equitable income
A thriving healthy planet for all of us
So how do we – all of us – out-pace these problems and overcome them in our lifetime?
How do businesses see the implications of these global realities and prioritise them?
And how do businesses see, explore and quantify the opportunities and risks?
We, at Sattva, are committed to realising impact on the ground and at scale, by delivering global solutions, towards a sustainable future for all of us.
We are a mission-driven organisation focused on scalable solutions for social impact.
We partner with our clients – corporations, philanthropists, foundations and social organisations – achieve their social impact goals effectively and maximise the return on social investment. We offer end-to-end support covering research, strategy consulting, implementation, programme management, impact assessment, social audit, talent solutions and more.
Our focus is on solving critical socio-economic problems globally through solutions that are:
At the heart of our work is our ability to collaborate with companies and organisations and leverage the strengths and capabilities of all involved stakeholders to maximise the impact achieved.
We have driven social impact action in collaboration with:
We share authentic voices, insights from on-ground experience and showcase innovative models of realising sustainable social impact through our research, publications, case studies and people expertise.
How Collectives Can Enable Digital Financial Inclusion for Women
The importance of enabling financial inclusion has taken front seat during COVID-19. Collectives hold the potential to impart digital literacy, creating an opportunity for stakeholders to address and invest in this structure.
Evolving Indian Skilling Ecosystem in times of COVID-19
This article uses secondary research and attempts to map the existing gaps in the skilling ecosystem at the intersection of emerging market demand and skills supply.
The FCRA Amendment Act 2020 – a Ready Reckoner
We have created a ready reckoner for corporates, funders and non-profits that breaks down some of the key questions and implications of the FCRA Amendments Act 2020.
Domestic Institutional Philanthropy in India
Sattva, supported by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, conducted a study to address the research gap on evolutions and trends within the domestic institutional philanthropy landscape.
Solving for India’s Reading Crisis
Sattva had the opportunity to undertake an independent impact evaluation of Google's Read Along application in India.
In light of the impact of COVID-19 crisis on children’s education across the country, the Education Circle was created as a voluntary collective of non-profits to identify focus areas and enable solutions.
How to Adapt and Pivot your Programmes
Non-profits need a plan to steer through the rough seas, bringing clarity and revisiting relevance in order to adapt and pivot their current programmes.
DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION OF CSR
In the wake of COVID-19, businesses across the world have adapted to new ways of working. We at Sattva are also observing increased and accelerated digitization in our work with our CSR clients.
Our Support to Non-profits
Sattva is more committed now than ever to support non-profits during these times. In the last few months, a majority of our work has focused on institutional challenges. Read about it here.
Agility in Adversity
Sattva’s 'Agility in Adversity' series highlights innovative NGOs who are pushing the needle in the right direction at this time of uncertainty.
We stay connected with the multiple stakeholders in the impact ecosystem – partners, clients, associates and others – through our interactions at events and forums that give us an opportunity to engage and share knowledge.