- Corporate CSR
- Foundations and Philanthropists
- Social Organisations
- Food Security
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
Primary Education: AVPN
With learning quality still being poor, multiple stakeholders – the government, charitable organisations
Social Investment Landscape in Asia: Part 2
The Social Investment Landscape in Asia assesses the opportunities and challenges for philanthropy and social investment in the region.
Region-wise CSR Analysis
CSR funds are an important source of capital for social impact projects and implementing organisations. How is the regional distribution of the origin, spend and circulation of CSR funds in India? This paper analyses region-wise trends, mostly in visual format.
Funding Education with Impact – A Guide for Social Investment in India
A collaboration between Sattva Knowledge and AVPN, our report on Funding Education with Impact
Winning Together – Opportunities for CSR Innovation and Partnerships in Sports
CII in association with the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports hosted the third annual
In this report, we have analysed the entire set of companies (total of 29190) on their CSR compliance using the data made available by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs as of January 2019.
The Government is serious about CSR Compliance – Are you?
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) suggests that the responsibility of the for-profits operating within society...
From a cushy corporate job to the development sector
From 16 years driving operational excellence to derive value and efficiency for several corporates, to the development sector.
Making a case for Sector Disruptors
At Sattva, we have always believed that in order to end poverty, it is important to strengthen the ability of social organisations to create impact.