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.
Women in Farming: A Case for Better Representation
Although most efforts by women go unnoticed due to non-quantification of their contribution, we have tried to highlight some statistics which show that rural women have a long way to go, and require deliberate interventions to empower their status in Indian society.
Digital Platforms and their Impact on the Social Sector
Tech-based, impact-focused initiatives have been observed to attract greater investment and philanthropic funding in India. There is a strong case to be made, therefore, for greater adoption of digital platforms by social sector enterprises.
Building platform solutions for Impact
If you are an entrepreneur or an organisation looking to build a platform-based approach to solve a problem, then here are some reflections on making the shift in applying platform thinking to social impact.
7000 leaders Network
Can we imagine creating a network of 7000 leaders that represent the whole of India - Not just geographically but culturally, socially and politically - and can drive transformative change within their block.
Build Your Fundraising Capability
It is essential for non-profits to familiarise themselves with the overall funding landscape as well as develop strategies to adapt to these changes.
Rethinking the Workforce for a Green Economy
Green jobs present a key opportunity to boost economic growth in a sustainable manner by employing a skilled workforce within industries that prioritize environmental conservation, especially in a developing economy like India.
Gender Wage Gap in India
Gender Equality and Women Empowerment is recognised as a critical component of sustainable development and is an area where Sattva has worked on extensively. We present a quick overview of the gap in wages earned by men and women in India.
The Cost of Business as Usual
Shortly after the pandemic halted all travel, companies quickly pivoted from in-person meetings and conferences to virtual platforms. But now business travel is on the rise again. This is a good opportunity for companies to re-evaluate and understand if business travel is even required.
CSR in Punjab
Through this report, Sattva presents a critical glimpse of Punjab state with respect to the CSR investment and its development performance.
Transitioning to a Sustainable Business
While we all may be at different stages of our ESG journey, it is the commitment we all need to make towards understanding the shift within the sector, our peers, market and global ecosystem. It may be important to treat the transition opportunity as an investment rather than a cost.
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.