Tri-Impact

Tri-Impact Global is committed to achieving a holistic impact in the Global Supply Chains, promoting three fundamental goals of our organization, i.e.,

i) Improving working conditions for workers,
ii) Promoting environmental action,
iii) Enabling sustainability-based business growth.

Our intensive work over the past ten years and rich ground experience working with thousands of production units, worker communities, exporters, and international brands have helped evolve the collaborative approaches that ‘Tri-Impact Global’ will implement.

Our broadened scope focuses on the companies’ positive essence and efforts and collaborates with sustainability players to achieve a large-scale impact.

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The Sustainability Era: An excellent opportunity for India

The sustainability Era in global trade, created by changes in the laws, new regulations, and consumer preferences worldwide, is an excellent opportunity for India.

India, a fast-growing economy, is committed to achieving UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The Sustainability Era is an excellent opportunity for the Indian economy as there is still a long journey for the country to cover in a shorter time. India has the chance to walk on two legs- Sustainability and Growth.

Making millions of informal workers visible

The Sustainable Development Goals 2030 see poverty reduction and inclusive growth as one of the most significant challenges. India has to do a lot in this area as the Indian economy is still characterized by a vast majority of informal or unorganized employment. India’s economic growth and development crucially depend on the financial viability of the informal economy. Hence its visibility and upliftment are the need of the hour. Tri-Impact Global has set up a one-stop digital platform for informal workers, called WorkersJoint, to capitalize on their strengths and talents, making them visible to employers and helping them explore better employment opportunities.

The WorkersJoint platform provides ease to informal workers to become visible and employable and reach their full potential, at the same time enabling enterprises to hire and increase productivity in their businesses. In addition to facilitating employment opportunities, the other pertinent feature of the initiative includes linking informal workers with different social security schemes of the government, linking them with bank accounts, recognizing their prior learning, and providing soft skill training to improve their employability, to name a few.

WorkersJoint program is set on a mission to create a database of one million verified artisans and informal workers in the next five years and carry out innovative partnerships with enterprises to promote responsible hiring.

Promoting best practices of sustainability  

Tri-Impact also observed too much negativity regarding businesses and their supply chains. It is necessary to talk about the problems but pointing out negativity without understanding the context and culture and without having relevant data or no data does not solve the problem. Negativity discourages companies from taking any steps beyond basic compliances. We strongly believe that there is a need to focus on the examples of positive efforts of the companies to build a momentum of inspiration and motivation and to nurture enabling mechanisms through collaborations to achieve sustainable positive impacts on a larger scale.

Examples of positive change can potentially motivate transformative improvements at the base of the Global Supply Chains. Tri-Impact Global has been working with thousands of production units in India. Building on its strength, Tri-Impact Global is documenting, sharing, and enabling examples of best practices to ensure they spread and flourish on a larger scale to contribute toward Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The organization achieves it through meaningful collaborations with citizens, companies, organizations, government programs, and policies.

Building meaningful collaborations

Tri-Impact is designed to leverage the power of citizens, sustainability institutions, regulations, good essence of the companies, and best practices by integrating the enormous transformative potential of digital and climate action technologies.

Tri-Impact Partnership

Tri-Impact partnership documents the businesses’ good efforts, practices, and policies to develop their Tri-Impact profile. It also co-creates a plan of action for the businesses to set and achieve their sustainability goals. The partnership helps businesses attract resources and forge new alliances with like-minded companies worldwide to achieve their goals.

Please see below a few Tri-Impact profiles in write up and a video format.

Tri-Impact Profile of Jaipur Rugs
Tri-Impact Profile of Raaga Textiles

Tri-Impact builds collaborations with

Workers

To make workers visible to better employers by bridging the digital divide and promoting responsible hiring, recognizing workers’ prior learning and skills, and improving workers’ employable skills to help achieve upward economic and social mobility. To provide workers access to good health services, help educate their children, and take care of their families.

International Businesses

To enrich the impact on working conditions for workers and environmental action in their supply chains in India by facilitating adequate Due-Diligence, building capacity, and support systems to promote responsible and sustainable practices at the base of the supply chains.

Indian Businesses

To promote the growth of sustainability-based products and practices and enrich the positive impact on workers, communities, and the environment.

Supply Chain Sustainability and Climate Action Organizations

To enrich social and environmental impact at the base of the global supply chain by implementing and promoting innovative approaches, studies, capacity building, documentation, adoption of best practices, and climate action technology.

Media Coverage

Impact Story coverage I Apparel Export Promotion Council Magazine July 2022 I Tri-Impact
Inauguration of WorkersJoint Program by Shri Tikaram Jully, Minister of Labour, Govt of Rajasthan, October 2021
Dry Ration Distribution in Mirzapur and Bhadohi (Varanasi Area), Feb 2021
[What They Say About Our Services]

Testimonials

“First time someone has spoken about our rights. If you are able to connect us with some stable job, nothing can be better for us.”
Ms. Kartika Agarwal
Owner / Breatch

“The idea of creating digital platform for migrant workers and businesses will be extremely helpful in formalising recruitment and enhancing transparency for both, as workers get exploited by mediators, whereas businesses do not have any proper mechanism for formalising the recruitment process.”

Ms. Vaishali Agarwal
Owner / Rang Creation