Grace Farms Foundation recently announced that it has entered into an MOU with Georgia as well as Unchain to establish a set of standards in addition to practices that will enhance supply chain transparency to assist in ending contemporary slavery. The move is consistent with the state’s objectives of creating a sustainable as well as technologically smart capital in the next ten years. The collaboration will also help to create a viable business model that will educate corporations and investors about the financial benefits of making sure that corporate supply chains are handled with transparency.
The Prime Minister of Georgia, Mamuka Bakhtadze, has recognized Grace Farms for its responsibilities in collaborating with the government to create a licensing system and review legal and institutional policies. The standards imposed are set to strengthen various processes that will foster a reliable supply chain in the food and technological sectors.
Regarding this MOU, Sharon Prince said that developing a comprehensive system and partnership that will disrupt human trafficking was critical to the mission of the organization. She added that the world needs a global commitment to be actionable against the destructive forces. As such, it’s essential to agree with Unchain. Besides, Georgia is committed to creating a viable business model. The structure will bolster growth and drive an effective social change.
The MOU will also help to create an awareness campaign intended to end slavery launching in 2019. It will also define the ethical standards for transparency at the macro as well as micro levels. The advisory council will evaluate technologies set to be used to the standard methodologies. Krishna Patel, the president of Unchain, added that Grace Farms looks forward to working with the organization. The partnership has attracted the attention of highly recognized people in the world.
Grace Farms Foundation was formed in 2009. It’s a private firm that supports different initiatives in arts, justice, and nature. Under the guidance of Sharon Prince, the foundation carries out its operations through integrated programs. The non-profit organization was formed as a vital platform to welcome people and government entities to partner for the greater good of society.
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