- 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
Business Case for Gender Mainstreaming in Cotton in Maharashtra
Sattva and IDH conducted a gender analysis of cotton cultivation — ‘Business Case for Gender Mainstreaming in Cotton in Maharashtra’.
Giving Tuesday India
#GivingTuesday is a global giving movement that was brought to India in 2017 by GuideStar India, as a celebration during DaanUtsav.
Everyday Giving in India Report: 2019
From September 2018 to April 2019, Sattva undertook a first-of-its-kind study on the everyday giving ecosystem in India, with the support of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and Rohini Nilekani Philanthropies.
Finclusion: Empowering Women through Digital Financial Inclusion
Financial inclusion needs to bridge gender gaps for it to become truly inclusive. Our whitepaper looks at challenges and barriers faced by women in accessing digital financial services.
Social Impact Bonds as Tool to Finance Public Sector Reform
This paper helps in understanding more about Social Impact Bonds (SIBs) and their working models with a case study on an education programme implemented in the country to achieve Public Sector Reform.
More than Money
Elder Self-Help Groups have not just helped the elderly financially, but also given them a new
lease on their social and personal lives in their twilight years.
Innovation for Impact
The social sector, which is looking to solve the gnarliest problems at a global scale, from clean water to education to financial inclusion, deserves our most transformative ideas and innovations.
IT spent Rs 5,091 crore on CSR between 2014 & ’17
In data to measure social impact by companies, education is the most favoured choice of Indian IT cos, followed by central govt schemes that get about 14% of CSR money.