Creating a Culture of Prosperity

We seek to create prosperity by generating innovative solutions to reduce poverty by amplifying the world's most powerful force - entrepreneurs and their markets.

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Sanghata’s Frontier Market Scouts (FMS) program reduces poverty by training business professionals to advance sustainable business development in low-income areas worldwide. An award-winning certificate training and fellowship program focused on social venture management and impact investing, it is the first program of its kind in the social impact sector. It serves 31 countries across 5 continents and has created 100+ social enterprises.

Supporting a culture of shared global prosperity is much more than a social necessity, it is a strategic business imperative, for unless we tap into the potential of all and create the opportunities all people deserve, we cannot create the stable and responsible societies all our futures depend on.
— Sabiha Malik, founder
 
“FMS was founded in 2011 as a joint venture between MIIS and the Sanghata Institute. The program was the first of its kind in the social impact sector.”
— Center for Social Impact Learning (CSIL) at Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey (MIIS)

 

Austria | Belize | Brazil | Cambodia | Cameroon | China | Colombia | Costa Rica | Ecuador | Ghana | Guatemala | Haiti | Hungary | India | Indonesia | Italy | Jordan | Kenya | Myanmar | Netherlands | Nicaragua | Peru | Rwanda | Singapore | South Africa | Sri Lanka | Tanzania | Uganda | United Kingdom | United States | Vietnam

Austria | Belize | Brazil | Cambodia | Cameroon | China | Colombia | Costa Rica | Ecuador | Ghana | Guatemala | Haiti | Hungary | India | Indonesia | Italy | Jordan | Kenya | Myanmar | Netherlands | Nicaragua | Peru | Rwanda | Singapore | South Africa | Sri Lanka | Tanzania | Uganda | United Kingdom | United States | Vietnam

In 2019 Sanghata Global resolved to support raising funds for a ‘first of its kind’ project in East Jerusalem. The project aims to deliver apiculture and horticulture education and training to women. It will create vegetable gardens and install beehives on the rooftops of houses to help women produce fresh vegetables and honey for their economically stressed families and to sell surplus honey for cash income.