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Africa CSR Activities Market - Growth, Trends and Forecasts 2017 - 2022

  • ID: 4384937
  • Report
  • Region: Africa
  • 115 pages
  • Mordor Intelligence
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The sub-Sahara African region may generally be described as consisting of developing countries, even now more so with optimistic views that are held about Africa as the new frontier of development and investment. African continent especially sub Sahara region considered as the third world with richest natural resources and lest development. Due to its huge natural resources African region is now new attraction of business and market development. Most of the 500 fortune companies are trying to establish in African region with the help of CSR activities in and philanthropy.

Corporate Social Responsibility(CSR) in African developing countries incorporates the formal and informal ways in which business makes a contribution to improving the governance, social, ethical, labor and environmental conditions of the developing countries in which they operate, while remaining sensitive to prevailing religious, historical and cultural contexts.

This report is compact package of all related questions of CSR in Sub Sahara African region. We have done detailed discussion and research on all internal and external divers such as political reform, social priorities, international standards and broad stakeholder activism for CSR. This report also providing detailed information restrains and opportunities related to CSR activities in. There is still lack of government clear enforcement for CSR activities in over business firms and also lack of interest in companies, community to take participation in CSR. We also analyzed how CSR will help into getting long term sustainability, business establishment and ease of performing business in Sub Sahara African.

Each and every country has its own laws and regulations regarding any business concern. This report will help in to find out country wise laws, and international guidelines for CSR activities in. There are many organizations that support or mandate CSR activity in businesses. An international example is the United Nations, which produced the Global Compact initiative in 1999, another important international organization is the OECD, or the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. This organization puts together a set of social guidelines for international companies to follow, created with the help of over thirty different nations. It was updated in 2000 to include new CSR concerns.

We are also providing detailed information of various tools, types of methodology in CSR activities in. There are four main types of CSR activities in for any organization and those activities are Ethical, Legal, Social, and Economical. Philanthropy is part of social CSM activities.

This report is having very vast application and geographically coverage for any company who want to do CSR in Sub Sahara African region. We have covered total 12 countries including Cameroon, Ghana, Kenya, Liberia, Madagascar, Mozambique, Nigeria, Senegal, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia. We also included demography of these countries, domestic laws for CSR, information about international and domestic market players who are doing CSR in particular country and complete directory of several NGOs that can help and support to any organization in conducting all types of CSR activities in.
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1.1 Definition of the CSR
1.2 Research Methodology
1.3 Report Description
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Drivers
4.2.1 Internal Drivers Political Reform Socio- economic Priorities Cricis Response Market Aceessbility Governance Gaps
4.2.2 External Drivers International Standardization Investment Incentives Stakehoder Activism
4.3 Restrains
4.3.1 Inefficiency of Government
4.3.2 Non-availability of well-organized NGOs in remote and rural areas
4.3.3 Lack of statutory guidelines to give a definitive direction to CSR initiatives
4.3.4 Lack of consensus amongst local agencies and community regarding CSR projects
4.4 Opportunities
4.4.1 Easy to get social licencing
4.4.2 Easy to access new emerging African market and establisment
4.4.3 To create brand awareness and promotion through CSR
4.5 Types of CSR activities
4.5.1 Ethical responsibility (Adopt Voluntary codes of governance and ethics)
4.5.2 Legal responsibility (Ensure to follow lows of particular country)
4.5.3 Philanthropic responsibilty Promotion of education Gender equity and women empowerment Eradication of extreme hunger and poverty Reducing child mortality and improving maternal health Combating HIV-AIDS, malaria and other diseases Environmental sustainability Employment enhancing vocational skills Contribution to Prime Minister’s relief fund and other state and central funds Social business projects
4.5.4 Ecnomical responsibility
5.1 UNGC Guidelines
5.2 The UN Guiding Principles
5.3 ILO’s tripartite declaration of principles
5.4 OECD Guidelines
5.5 Institute of social and Ethical Accountability Guidelines
5.6 Social Accountability International (SAI) Guidelines
5.7 ISO 000: Social responsibility Guidelines
5.8 The SROI Network Guidelines
5.9 LBG model Guidelines
6. CSR IN AFRICAN COUNTRIES (including Demography, Regulations, Global companies contribution in CSR, Directorry of NGOs working in Perticular country)
6.1 Cameroon
6.2 Ghana
6.3 Kenya
6.4 Liberia
6.5 Madagascar
6.6 Mozambique
6.7 Nigeria
6.8 Senegal
6.9 South Africa
6.10 Tanzania
6.11 Uganda
6.12 Zambia
7.1 Abbreviations
7.2 Sources
7.3 Bibliography
7.4 Disclaimer
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