We enable you to assess and mitigate risks to human rights in your supply chain with a proven and effective solution for improving small-scale producers’ health and livelihoods. By translating your actions into compelling data, we help you gain consumer trust and meet regulations with ease.
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The Business Challenge
Companies struggle to measure and tackle social risks in their supply chains due to increasing regulations and customer demand for ethical products.
The Social Challenge
Lack of health insurance affects 90% of small-scale producers in global supply chains, causing poor health, poverty, and unsustainable practices like deforestation and child labor, risking supply chain sustainability.
Companies should spend more time on driving impact and sustainability performance than reporting on it. So we have created a solution to assess and improve the health and livelihoods of small-scale producers in sourcing origins.
Our data-driven sustainability solution tackles human rights issues by providing small-scale producers with comprehensive, affordable, and quality healthcare. Producers agree to share anonymous data for sustainability and compliance reporting.
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Improved health & livelihoods
Small-scale producers have access to affordable healthcare and are protected from being pushed into extreme poverty, resulting in higher household resilience.
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Differentiating social impact &
Our clients benefit from higher producer loyalty and a more robust supply chain. By tracking and sharing impact data, they can meet reporting requirements and increase sales by increasing consumer trust.
Ethically-sourced products and
Consumers have the opportunity to make informed choices when shopping for ethical and sustainable products. They can track the real-world results of their purchasing decisions.
The Akwaaba project in Suhum, Ghana provides healthcare access and monitors its impact on 1,600 cocoa farmers and their families in partnership with Max Felchlin AG and Yayra Glover Ltd. Partners receive data for supply chain due diligence while ensuring measurable social impact. Long-term sustainability is achieved through cost-sharing mechanisms, such as digital health savings groups and a matched-savings approach.