Impact investors and development finance institutions are well positioned to end sexual exploitation and violence in supply chains, thereby increasing the stability of the supply chains and improving outcomes for women and other marginalized populations.


Shifting Power Dynamics to End Sexual Exploitation in Kenyan Supply Chains

Impact investors, development finance institutions, and grassroots gender-based
violence organizations co-creating solutions for how investment can shift exploitative
power dynamics in supply chains

Audience: Impact investors, development finance institutions and gender-based violence organizations
Type of capital: Private debt and private equity
Sector: Aquaculture
Investment approach: Due diligence
Resources: Criterion is also looking at developing a more detailed roadmap which looks more deeply into exploitation in Kenyan supply chains.


Categories:   Types of Capital | Audiences | Sectors | Geographies | Investment Approaches | Types of Violence


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