KTDAL – Building Sustainability through Inclusion
This case won Third Prize in the Corporate Sustainability Track in the oikos Case Writing Competition, 2016. Organized by oikos International, Switzerland.
The case is structured to achieve the following teaching objectives:
- Understand the complexities in building a sustainable and inclusive business model.
- Analyze the sustainable and inclusive business model
- Debate the importance of inclusive business for the sustainability of small farmers.
- Appreciate the social, economic, and environmental impact of sustainable and inclusive business models.
|ORIGIN OF KTDAL|
|SUSTAINABILITY THROUGH INCLUSION|
Kenya Tea Development Agency Limited (KTDAL), Special Crops Development Authority (SCDA), Tea Factory Company, Continuous Fermentation Units, Farmer Field Schools, Corporate Social Responsibility, Rainforest Alliance certification, Tea Board of Kenya,Low-income communities, Social Vision,Sustainability Reporting, Chai Trading Company Limited, Majani Insurance Brokers, Kenya Tea Packers Limited, Mombasa Tea Auction Center, Tea Processing Units, National Tea Scholarships, APHIAPlus,Inclusive Business models,Sustainable Business Models