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Kate Wylie replied to Business Fights Poverty's discussion How can business harness the SDGs for greater impact in smallholder agricultural value chains?
"I absolutely agree with you Simon.  Wouldn't it be fantastic if we could take lessons from the GHG Protocol where we now have an aligned global methodology for GHG measurement and apply this to the SDGs?  Initiatives like…"
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Kate Wylie replied to Business Fights Poverty's discussion How can business harness the SDGs for greater impact in smallholder agricultural value chains?
"Absolutely agree Matti, below were examples of ones we feel important.  We have mapped our business against 5 sustainability impacts - GHG, Water, Land, Human Rights & Income.  From this we have identified material areas…"
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Kate Wylie replied to Business Fights Poverty's discussion How can business harness the SDGs for greater impact in smallholder agricultural value chains?
"Hi Nicole There are many business benefits for sustainable development, for example supply security, employee retention, business growth opportunities, licence to operate etc.  Some deliver short-term benefits and some are more…"
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Kate Wylie replied to Business Fights Poverty's discussion How can business harness the SDGs for greater impact in smallholder agricultural value chains?
"That would be fantastic, the more we are all aligned the more effective the conversation will be. "
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Kate Wylie replied to Business Fights Poverty's discussion How can business harness the SDGs for greater impact in smallholder agricultural value chains?
"Through our analysis we think these are the most relevant: Goal 1 : 1.1 By 2030, eradicate extreme poverty for all people everywhere, currently measured as people living on less than $1.25 a day 1.5 By 2030, build the resilience of the poor and…"
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Kate Wylie replied to Business Fights Poverty's discussion How can business harness the SDGs for greater impact in smallholder agricultural value chains?
"Hi Emily - I think there is a real opportunity for business to act as a catalyst to ensure we continue to drive towards an aligned approach to measurement.  Identifying common metrics for each SDG, leveraging work already developed, for example…"
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Kate Wylie replied to Business Fights Poverty's discussion How can business harness the SDGs for greater impact in smallholder agricultural value chains?
"Hi there - an additional benefit we have found is that aligning our strategy or programmes to the SDGs can help illustrate to senior management the significance of the work within the broader global context.  It demonstrates that the efforts…"
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Kate Wylie replied to Business Fights Poverty's discussion How can business harness the SDGs for greater impact in smallholder agricultural value chains?
"Hi, I'm Kate Wylie, Global Sustainability Director at Mars Incorporated.  I lead the development of our sustainable sourcing strategy."
Sep 8, 2016

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Head of Sustainability at Mars Drinks, which includes coffee and tea sustainable sourcing programmes at origin.

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At 12:48 on April 4, 2010, Mandi Manga Obase said…
Dear Kate

Please The Royal Commonwealth Society of Cameroon invite your to invest in its Commonwealth venture project.This project is essential as it provide opportunities for job creation through access to finance, which help in the fight in poverty alleviation and unemployment, by challenging and inspiring young people to become dynamic entrepreneurs (venturers) by challenge the traditional thinking in the current business environment.

We encourage to partner with us in the commonwealth project to invest in


Poultry Farming
Pig Farming
Micro weathering Shop
Honey farming
Tailoring
pineapple farming
cavasa farming
Hair dressing shop
Snell farming
Shoe making
Soap making etc

Regards
Mandi

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