Ksapa discloses results of an impact survey conducted among smallholders some months after receiving training using its solutions
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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 […]
As part of the European Green Deal, an agreement was finally announced in December 2022 between the European Council and the EU Parliament on an anti-deforestation directive, aimed at eliminating the import or processing of products produced from deforestation.
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 analyses the benefits of leveraging impact measurement for regenerative agriculture mainstreaming to smallholders, and shares insights
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 explains the need to move towards regenerative agriculture given the boost in carbon markets, and how digital solutions can help make carbon finance more inclusive by engaging smallholder farmers