More on communities
Our community programmes enable those who live and work in our communities, particularly women, to have the skills and resources to build a better future for themselves. We will evaluate and report on the tangible impacts of our programmes.
- Learning for Life
- Water of Life
- Diageo Foundation
- Plan W
- We have developed a Social Impact Framework to enables us to evaluate and report on the tangible impacts of our programmes.
- To date we have provided access to safe water and sanitation to more than 10 million people through Water of Life.
- We have empowered over 262,000 women, through plan W to date.
- Since launch, more than 115,000 young people have taken part in our Learning for life programmes.
Act in accordance with the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights
We have developed a robust and comprehensive human rights impact assessment (HRIA) which considers our entire value chain from sourcing to selling.
We conducted our first HRIA in Kenya in February and are now refining our approach for conducting HRIA's in other markets.
Sustainable supply chains
More on supply chains
- Establish partnerships with farmers to develop sustainable agricultural supplies of key raw materials
- Source 80% of our agricultural raw materials locally in Africa by 2020
- Deliver our responsible sourcing commitments with suppliers to improve labour standards and human rights in our supply chains
We have developed a comprehensive but flexible process for identifying, assessing, and managing social and ethical risks in our supply chain.
- We sourced 73% of agricultural raw materials locally in Africa.
- We have developed a Sustainable Agriculture Strategy to help us drive progress and measure our impact in our partnerships with farmers.
- We continue to work with suppliers to deliver on our responsible sourcing commitments, through organisations including SEDEX and AIM-PROGRESS.
More on our people
- Build diversity, with 35% of leadership positions held by women and measures implemented to help female employees attain and develop in leadership roles
- Increase employee engagement to 80% ‒ a top quartile performer on measures such as employee satisfaction, pride and loyalty
- Raise our Performance Enablement score, which measures a link between engagement and performance commitment, to 83%
- Keep our people safe by achieving less than 1 Lost Time Accident rate per 1,000 employees and no fatalities
- Zero Harm programme
- Partners for growth
- Employees Value Survey
- 28% of leaders in our business are women, 47% of our executive leadership are women, and 42% of our Board are women.
- 77% of our people, who took part in our annual values survey, consider themselves engaged and 80% reported they were 'enabled to perform'.
- 13% reduction in Lost Time Accident rates, recording 1.44 LTA's per 1,000 employees, as we continue to focus on making Zero Harm a reality.