- 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
Enabling Gender Equity on the Cotton Farm
This gender sensitisation toolkit seeks to provide an approach for organisations and / or trainers working closely with farming communities or those implementing agricultural programmes.
Understanding Child Trafficking and Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children in West Bengal India
Gaps in knowledge and limited risk perception on child trafficking (CT) and commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC) are among some of the key drivers for continued exploitation of children in West Bengal, India.
Understanding the Return on Skills Training Models in India
The large scale of investment in jobs and skills warrants a closer examination on how the sector is performing, and to critically examine the return on investment (ROI) in skill development initiatives.
Respond > Solve > Evolve
Sattva undertook a research study commissioned by Kamonohashi Project (Kamo) to develop a report on the Anti-Human Trafficking (AHT) solution ecosystem in India.
Business Alignment to SDGs in India
Sattva and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) undertook the study titled “Business Alignment to SDGs in India” to plot the landscape of reported sustainability interventions across the Agriculture and Allied, FMCG, and Oil and Gas industries in India.
Sattva is not a job, it’s a calling.
What are the challenges that make working at Sattva fun? Take a look at this first-hand account from Devika, who leads our People team.
Holistic response to the Secondary Impact of COVID-19
An outline of eight areas that will need strong and sustained focus for us to mitigate the adverse impacts of the COVID crisis.
CSR Law Amendments 2021: What do they mean for Non-profit Organisations?
We look at some key changes that non-profits must note of as they seek to be CSR-compliant in light of the new amendments (of 2021).