ESG

ESG - Environmental, social and corporate governance


Our ecosystem is based on the principles of ESG and UN Sustainable Development Goals. One tenth of our net profit will be sent in a form of humanitarian aid to people in need in Africa. Our main mission is to have a positive impact on humanity.

E – Environment


  • Turning organic waste into clean renewable energy, which will be available for all TDFA ecosystem’s participants free of charge.
  • Considerable amount of green mass of plants on 5 million hectares produces considerable amount of oxygen and absorbs carbon dioxide (CO2).

S – Social


  • Our ecosystem is based on the principles of social responsibility. Every year 1200 Effective Managers must allocate 33% of their net income to improve infrastructure of the villages they live in. 
  • This includes the construction of 100 hospitals, 100 schools and 100 kindergartens. They will provide quality food and quality education based on Finnish model. 
  • An Effective Manager will have a direct interest in the development of these institutions, since they invest in the village their children and families live in.
  • Inequality reduction: As 42% of the country’s population lives in rural areas, the TDFA system makes it possible to create a new stable society class.
  • Our ecosystem also supports gender equality. Both men and women have equal pay and equal opportunity to become an Effective Manager.

G – Corporate Governance


  • Sustainability of our system is provided by three corporate institutions:
  • System of Biys, in which the corporate judges are elected through majoritarian voting with the aim to sustain justice.
  • Anti-corruption and anti-theft system. We acknowledge that it is impossible to create fair society in the corrupted habitat. For these reasons we elaborated our own corporate anti-corruption system.
  • Credit rating system. We think that hard-working and talented people should be fairly rewarded and motivated. 
TDFA does not discriminate and will not discriminate people by their ethnical origin, sex, race, political beliefs and religion. 

1. Human rights: 

  • Fair and humane approach to all employees; 
  • Zero tolerance to any kind of discrimination;
  • Freedom of thought;
  • Freedom of speech;
  • Fair pay;
  • Work-life balance, paid leave;
  • Free education;
  • Non-commercial insurance.

2. Human Capital Project (World Bank)

  • Investments in children (kindergartens, schools by Finnish model)
  • Free education
  • Qualified personnel 
  • Discovering talent and improving them 
  • We give a chance to hard-working and talented youth to earn without initial capital, to dicover own potential and to become land and business owners 
  • Increasing labour productivity
  • Job satisfaction and professional motivation of personnel 
  • Developing efficient and effective approach to job, which also leads to self improvement in all other spheres of life 
  • Creating communication means such as Internet and cellular to the areas, where they were not previously available.
  • Full infrastructural update of the villages, all for a comfort of its citizens and adoption of innovations.


We solve the following UN SDG goals 

GOAL 1: NO POVERTY
This solution in agriculture industry will lead to the creation of new jobs, an increase in the country's GDP, and the creation of a new sustainable society class in the countryside, where 42% of the country's population currently live.

We give the choice in favor of people without capital who, due to their hard work and intelligence, are motivated to achieve success and become wealthy.
GOAL 2: ZERO HUNGER
The project is the largest agricultural food holding in the world with the use of the most advanced technologies, seed materials, modern fertilizers and plant protection products, that will increase the efficiency of agricultural land use and enhance the level of food security on the territory of the Republic of Kazakhstan and as part of helping countries in need.

The World Food Bank will allow to effectively store food reserves of many countries in Kazakhstan.
GOAL 3: GOOD HEALTH AND WELL-BEING
Improving quality of life in rural areas is one of the priority tasks. The development program provides social responsibility for farmers of the new formation, which obliges them to allocate part of their income, in the amount of 33%, to the creation of medical, sports and health centers and to improve the quality of life of the villagers.
GOAL 4: QUALITY EDUCATION
Creation of university and special training for effective farm managers and their teams. The Innovation Center was also be created to maintain the competence of farmers.
GOAL 5: GENDER EQUALITY
Every woman will have access to decent, well-paid work and can be an efficient farmer under the same conditions as men.
GOAL 6: CLEAN WATER AND SANITATION
This is one of the priority tasks. All settlements must have accessible clean drinking water that meets all sanitary standards.
GOAL 7: AFFORDABLE AND CLEAN ENERGY
Ensuring access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy sources for everyone in communities by building a biogas plant to process the biomethane.
Thus, people will have access to free gas, electricity heat, hot water and biogas for cars.
GOAL 8: DECENT WORK AND ECONOMIC GROWTH
Implementation of the project will allow the formation of a new society class - rural residents of the middle class. This will entail an increase in consumer demand from 42% of the population that lives in rural areas and will allow small businesses in the countryside to develop diverse industries, including services, food, beauty, entertainment, light and textile.

Increased wealth will also enable working rural residents to obtain their own credit ratings for participation in housing mortgage programs. This will also stimulate development of the construction sector and hence further economic growth.
GOAL 9: INDUSTRY, INNOVATION AND INFRASTRUCTURE
Implementation of the latest innovations for efficient work in the fields: communication, digitalization, building infrastructure of villages and improving production, which includes high-yielding seeds, satellite tracking of the growing season - NDVI, weather stations and open access to global exchange trading for all participants.
GOAL 10: REDUCED INEQUALITY
Improving the country's economy by bringing  Agri-industry to a new level with high productivity and income.

As 42% of the country’s population lives in rural areas, the TDFA system makes it possible to create a new stable society class. The system will implement the quotas for livestock.
GOAL 11: SUSTAINABLE CITIES AND COMMUNITIES
By improving and building new infrastructure in villages, de-urbanization, openness, security, sustainability and viability of settlements are ensured.
GOAL 12: RESPONSIBLE CONSUMPTION AND PRODUCTION
TDFA is guided by rational principles in all aspects of its activities: Rational balanced production using modern methods of analysis and control, Rational purchasing and Rational marketing/consumption of goods.
GOAL 13: CLIMATE ACTION
Crop production is a waste-free production, which directly relates to air temperature and pollution.

Thus considerable amount of green mass of the grown plants on 5 million hectares land produces additional volumes of oxygen and absorbs carbon dioxide.
GOAL 14: LIFE BELOW WATER
Unfortunately, we do not solve this SDG goal
GOAL15: LIFE ON LAND
Rational and efficient use of lands with their enrichment. Through mining and production of NPK, we return the properties of fertility to the soil by applying mineral fertilizers in order to improve humus.

A Seed Bank will be established to control biodiversity and maintain the seed genetics.
GOAL 16: PEACE AND JUSTICE STRONG INSTITUTIONS
The system is structured in a way that the work in the entire ecosystem of the project is transparent and fair for each participant.

For this, the Biys Institute will be created, where Biy is elected by effective managers and deals with the management of credit ratings, as well as the analysis of insurance claims.
GOAL 17: PARTNERSHIPS TO ACHIEVE THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
Through partnerships and work with foreign leading companies and countries, the World Food Bank project creates high-quality and effective international relations that affect international trade and the economy, simultaneously solving important challenges in the world, such as Food Security.

Our social program 

The main mission of the program is to eliminate hunger in Kazakhstan and African countries.
Due to the hunger, every day 22 thousand people die in the world, which is 8 million a year - this is practically the population of Switzerland. Therefore, due to the global coronavirus pandemic, this number grows. And for this, one-tenth of the Fund's profits will be sent in the form of humanitarian aid to people in need in Kazakhstan and African countries.




According to Maslow's pyramid, if the basic human needs for food and safety are covered, he will strive for community and spirituality. Therefore, in Africa, in addition to eradicating hunger, we want to promote the philosophy of Ubuntu, which originated on this continent. Ubuntu calls for humanity, justice, and selflessness, and from the Zulu language it translates as "I live because we live."
In the 30s of the last century, Kazakhstan experienced a terrible disaster, a famine, that took the lives of millions of people, so we know from our grandparents what terrible grief it is.
We must do everything to ensure that a tragedy like this does not affect anyone else.

Inclusive model

TDFA adheres to a formalized and globally supported concept of an “inclusive” business model for business operations. The main principles of which are:
  • synergy between public and private sectors, and the population
  • fair distribution of profits between participants of the business process
  • mutually beneficial development for all participants
  • inclusion of vulnerable groups in the value chain
  • production of the necessary goods directly for people in need
  • dialogue with the Government on policy development
  • equal conditions to access education