Upaya Social Ventures and Beyond Capital are pleased to announce recent investments in ZooFresh Foods, a social enterprise based in Odisha, India that connects smallholder farmers with underserved markets to eliminate waste, increase farmer incomes, and enhance consumer access to local meats.
What can the applications for Upaya’s accelerator program tell us about the early-stage companies that are creating jobs for people in extreme poverty? Upaya’s India Country Director, Amit Alex, takes a closer look at the pool of applicants to answer a pressing question in India today: Where are the jobs?
The India Association of Western WA has focused for more than three decades on providing and advocating for innovative, effective and efficient community-based services. Learn more about IAWW in this edition of our series, Entrepreneurs Helping Entrepreneurs.
A report commissioned by the Collaborative for Frontier Finance dissects the “missing middle” of the impact investing space with much greater granularity than ever before. This report gives us at Upaya renewed energy and underscores that what we do really matters.
Looking at the glaring gaps in the organic farming ecosystem in West Bengal, Ekta Jaju started an organic company called ONganicin 2015 with avision to create better livelihoods for farmers, health & wellness for consumers and a sustainable planet.
Dr. Kavitha Sairam has had a passion for science since a very young age. That’s why she’s on a mission to use science to address global farming problems, particularly the issues surrounding biofertilizers.