Our Impact

Our Impact Thesis

Aligning to
Investing in


Education & Skill Development


Serving the Poor

Serving the underserved, low-income, aspirer households with annual incomes ranging from Rs 1.5-8 lakhs per annum

Preference for Underserved

Creating greater impact in underserved geographies across India

Aligning to

the 2X gender challenge that aims to strengthen women entrepreneurship, leadership, workforce diversity and create more products/services intentionally for women & girls

Read Menterra’s Impact Thesis

Impact Made So Far

22 M

lives touched


increase in farm incomes


improvement in farm productivity

20 M

lives screened and tested for specific health conditions at scale

310 K

low income students served


jobs created

27 states & 127 districts

served across India

6 out of 12

Investments served 10 low-performer states as per Niti Ayog's state SDG index


of the impact in rural areas

8 out of 17

SDGs addressed

7 Out of 12

investees from our portfolio address SDG 5, which is gender equality


Capital aligned to 2X Gender Criteria

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Our Impact Framework

Our impact measurement and management framework aligns with the Impact Management Project (IMP). Launched in 2016, IMP has seen over 2,000 organisations come together to create a common language to understand the change in outcomes created by an organisation. The five dimensions of impact below are the building blocks and the compass by which we hope to better measure, report, compare and improve impact.


What outcomes does the effect relate to, and how important are they to the people (or planet) experiencing it?

How Much

How much of the effect occurs in the time period?


Who experiences the effect and how underserved are they in relation to the outcome?


How does the effect compare and contribute to what is likely to occur anyway?


Which risk factors are significant and how likely is it that the outcome is different from the expectation?