A report on Sector Evolution and Opportunities for Funders
Property holds enormous economic, social, and symbolic relevance, especially for marginalised communities in India. However, systemic issues inhibit sustainable access to property for such groups.
Omidyar Network India has been at the forefront of enabling an ecosystem that ensures property inclusivity. Reflecting on their decade long efforts, they wanted to understand how the sector has evolved, the enablers of progress and opportunities in the sector.
Sattva developed a ‘State of the Sector’ report, creating a sector maturity five-stage framework – ‘Latent’, ‘Nascent’, ‘Emerging’, ‘Mainstream’, and ‘Transformed’ (LNEMT) to investigate the evolution of the Property Inclusivity landscape from 2011 to 2011 in India. The report builds a landscape view of the themes within the domain of land and immovable property in India and charts their evolution, highlights efforts undertaken by key solution actors to address the challenges in the Property Inclusivity landscape, identifies pathways for funding-related intervention, and captures learnings for a systems-approach towards addressing a complex developmental problem.