Category Archives: Impact

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SUTTI, a Training Initiative to (Re)connect the Entire Value Chain

Ksapa presents its Scale-Up, Training, Traceability and Impact initiative for the resilience of smallholders and agricultural value chains.

Solace in Socio-Environmental Excellence

Finding Solace in Socio-Environmental Excellence

In the face of uncertainty, socio-environmental excellence is emerging as a solution of choice. In this blog, we examine conditions for companies and their investors to step up to the plate.

Fostering Inclusive Capitalism for a Post-Covid Great Reset

In an interview with leading business leaders in Spain, Ksapa’s CEO considers ways to foster inclusive capitalism for a Post-Covid Great Reset.

Grievance Mechanisms Spur Responsible Business

Grievance Mechanisms Spur Responsible Business

For the present article, Ksapa reached out to cross-supply chain social risk monitoring and management software experts at Ulula to outline 5 success factors for grievance mechanisms to effectively structure and secure responsible business policies.

Rekindling Smallholders’ Food Sovereignty

Ksapa considers how to reunite smallholders with food sovereignty: what are the underpinning political choices and what’s to be done about it?

Technology to Scale Corporate Impact on Child Labor

In late 2019, before Covid19, ILO committed to see 2021 the Year to End Child Labor. Ksapa outlines how technology can power corporate impact against child labor with rapidity, scale and impact.

Prioritizing ESG Issues Across Complex Supply Chains

Ksapa looks into Supply Chain ESG Prioritization, Covid-19 impacts and solutions to better strategize engagement and sourcing activities.

Learning From a Momentous 2020

2020 is coming to an end. A momentous year, it warrants particular reflection. In open discussion with our customers and partners, we draw the following 3 key learnings

Rallying Behind Cross-Value Chain Energy Transitions

Energy transition needs massive funding. In discussion with stakeholders, Ksapa outlines in this article its solutions to address 3 key chokeholds companies face in activating energy transition projects – namely, the lack of time, competence and investment capacity