- Corporate CSR
- Foundations and Philanthropists
- Social Organisations
- Food Security
Equal Economy: Women’s Participation in the Workforce
Women’s Workforce Participation has been falling over the last decade. There is a need for a disruptive, holistic solution that takes an ecosystem approach to this critical problem.
Sports in Education: CII Sports
India, with its large young population, increasing levels of opportunity, and with highly successful sporting leagues.
SelectHER: Women in the Workforce
A social development incubator had developed a programme, funded by a large investment bank, to improve gender diversity ratios
Sattva is working in collaboration with Smart Power India (SPI) to address issues of gender gaps and bringing
Shaping the Design of the Social Stock Exchange
We worked with Mr. Amit Chandra (A.T.E. Chandra Foundation) to incorporate the experience and feedback of institutional funders and foundations into shaping the design of the Social Stock Exchange.
ECCE CSR Landscape in India and it’s Potential for Impact
The study plots the current landscape of funding and solutions for ECCE enabled by CSR, explores trends and evolution of CSR in ECCE funding.
Water Solutions: Leveraging Impact Through Smart Philanthropy
‘Water Solutions: Leveraging Impact Through Smart Philanthropy’ was a day-long ecosystem convening in order to bring together like-minded philanthropists and practitioners to deep-dive into solutions and opportunities for action at scale in water.
Female Work and Labour Force Participation in India – a Meta Study
A meta-analysis, by methodically and comprehensively scanning, documenting and analysing datasets and national policies as well as theoretical and empirical literature surrounding female workforce participation.
Podcast Episode 6: The Global Talent Economy
How can passionate individuals get a real time understanding of the developments in the social impact sector? Here's more in our podcast.
Gender Equality in India – Women and Digital Solutions
This piece will look to nuance the understanding of the true potential of digital solutions for women, and how they could be advanced further in India.
Five non-traditional themes CSR can invest in
Our CSR conversations with corporates peak in February and March every year. Here is a set of curated, non-traditional ideas for CSR funding and strategy, along with some of the work Sattva is currently involved in.
Nutrition and food: Nourish the thought
We need to ensure that with policy-driven incentives, better supply chains and education, the right food choices are made from farm to fork.