Ksapa recently organized a webinar presenting a new class of financial instruments – impact linked finance – and their potential to accelerate the transition of agricultural supply chains towards regenerative agriculture. The need to transform commodity supply chains becomes ever more pressing with the increasing challenges – demographics, inequalities, climate change, soils exhaustion… – that […]
Category Archives: Inclusion
As the year comes to a close, we indulge in looking back at the Smallholder Dinner Series launched in London in 2022 and the meaning of its themes in the context of COP15.
The link between climate, development and infrastructure is unalterable and firmly anchored in the 2030 Global Goals Agenda. Factoring pertinent climate trajectories and embedding human rights remain critical challenges. Ksapa’s operational experience with various donors, project owners and project managers across a wide range of markets leads to several lessons shared in this article.
Kisaco Research interviews Farid Baddache, CEO & Co-founder, Ksapa, on accelerating the transition to regenerative practices.
KSAPA recently hosted a dinner with decision makers and practitioners from the corporate and the not for profit sectors to get together and explore challenges, insights and solutions impacting the delivery of the SDGs across global, smallholder-empowered agricultural value chains.
Ksapa interviews our in-house experts Christele Delbé and Hatim Issoufaly to discuss the use of certification programs with smallholder farmers.
In this article, Ksapa and Investisseurs and Partenaires discuss the implications of gender empowerment for the private sector, and how businesses and investors can embed a solid gender perspective as part of their impact strategies to better address the challenges of the gender empowerment.
Ksapa shares its experience of developing a gender action plan for a dam construction project in Africa. The concrete projects help to answer the following question: how can we advance the issue of women in the development of large infrastructures?
Ksapa explains why human rights within an organization are increasingly becoming a prerequisite for doing business and how organizations can mitigate human rights risks in the context of the EU regulatory landscape and measure their impact
Ksapa considers the importance of embedding a robust gender perspective in industrial project developments.