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Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability

Olam endeavours to create economic prosperity,


provide social welfare and manage our stewardship
of the environment in a sustainable way so as to
ensure real long-term value for all our stakeholders.
Building an end-to-end sustainable supply chain demands a full
understanding of all our activities and those of our farmers, communities
and suppliers to our customers, from seed to shelf. Across our 20
products in 65 countries we have broken down our value chain into
component parts for evaluation against sustainability criteria. To bring
focus to the complex supply chains in which we operate, we are
developing the Olam Sustainability Standard which will demonstrate
our commitment and help evaluate our success through the
entire business.
Our sustainability strategy in emerging markets is closely aligned to the
UN Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), a set of global development
targets adopted in 2000 for achievement by 2015. Achieving the MDGs is
a significant global challenge, one that requires companies, governments,
NGOs and donors to take on their own roles, while concurrently working
in collaboration.
We have developed a significant number of partnerships for tackling
the issues of poverty, hunger, education and health by unlocking mutual
value. This collaborative approach acts as an enabler for addressing
development challenges in emerging markets and empowers local
communities to overcome their own problems and flourish.

About Olam
Olam International is a leading global integrated supply chain
manager of agricultural products and food ingredients, sourcing
20 products with a direct presence in 65 countries and supplying
them to over 11,600 customers. Our global team of over 17,000
employees have built a leadership position in many of their
businesses including cocoa, coffee, cashew, sesame, rice
and cotton.
Headquartered in Singapore and listed on the SGX-ST in 2005, we have
achieved a consistent track record of profitable growth and expansion
throughout our 22-year history. Olams heritage lies in origination and
the traditional supply chain segment, sourcing products for our global
customers. However, through selective integration, our value chain
now extends from seed to shelf. In FY 2011 we sold S$15.7 billion of
products amounting to 8.5 million tonnes.
Our worldwide experience pioneering innovative solutions contributes to
our ability to achieve sustainable growth through responsible practices.

Olam is committed to growing responsibly. This is how we do business.


We believe that in the 21st century, companies must serve two roles:
deliver long-term value for continuing shareholders and be a positive force
for sustainable change in the communities, contexts and countries in
which we operate. In order to ensure continuity and quality of production
for the long-term, we partner with our communities to improve livelihoods
and practise environmental stewardship of the earths natural resources.

Olam International Limited

Olam Corporate Responsibility


and Sustainability

9 Temasek Boulevard
11-02 Suntec Tower Two
Singapore 038989

New Zealand House


80 Haymarket
London SW1Y 4TQ

www.olamonline.com

crs@olamnet.com

C018353

The Olam
Livelihood
Charter

2012

We are committed
to ongoing leadership
in developing
the livelihoods of
farmers within the
global supply chain
We aim to bring
prosperity to our
farming communities
We build long-term
relationships based
on fairness and trust
We seek to transfer
skills and knowledge
through partnerships
We support the
UN Millennium
Development Goals

Principles

Social project album

Olam Livelihood Charter Principles


The Olam Livelihood Charter has been developed over a number of years and draws from our
experience gained across multiple products in emerging countries around the world. The basis of our
Charter rests on the following 8 Principles.

Finance

1
2
3
4

Quality

5
6
7
8

We pre-finance crop purchase


and provide capital advances
for production

We encourage good quality by


enhancing value to farmers and
our customers

Key activities structuring farmers into


commercially viable groups, allocation of funds
to cover inputs as well as crop production costs
and financial liquidity for crop purchase

Key activities farmers engaged with pricing that


reflects good quality, promotion of defined good
quality parameters, premiums paid relative to
average quality

Improved Yield

Traceability

We invest in training and support


farmers by the supply of inputs

We ensure products can be tracked to


source and certified where required

Key activities implementation of Good


Agricultural Practices (GAP), structured training
modules through learning centres and extension
providers, establishment of model farms and
farmer field schools, provision of seedlings, tree
grafting, fertiliser and crop protection products

Key activities farmer record keeping for


full chain of custody to the customer,
including all in-country transportation, primary
processing and storage, all to independent
auditing standards

Labour Practices

Social Investment

We educate farmers on child labour,


safety, gender and financial issues

We support rural health, education


and infrastructure

Key activities campaigning within communities


and educating farmer groups to adhere to a no
child labour policy, facilitating the opportunity
for primary education, training in the use of
safety equipment, gender equality awareness
and promoting personal financial and business
management skills

Key activities investing in community-based


projects to enhance livelihoods and contribute
to economic development such as building
primary schools and health units, HIV/AIDS
awareness training and installation of
water pumps

Market Access

Environmental Impact

We offer farmers a fair and


competitive price

We are improving our overall


environmental footprint across the
supply chain

Key activities regular communication of


prices which move in line with world markets,
continued local presence through the entire
crop season, in-community transactions,
aggregation of produce on farm, transportation
services and constant liquidity for products

Key activities working with farmers to intensify


production on existing farms, reducing future
deforestation, water management and reinforcing
sustainable agricultural practices

Cover image: Mr Rasyid, 58, cocoa farmer, Indonesia

Olam undertakes many social projects, partnering with local


communities and NGOs to bring benefits in healthcare, environmental
awareness, education and welfare to small-scale farmers and their
communities worldwide.

Medical laboratory in
Cte dIvoire

Olam edu
c
in Cteatdion project
Ivoire

ealth
red hbique
o
s
n
m
spo Moza
Olam
k in
c
e
h
c

cocoa
qualirtydryers
r
e
t
t
e
B
ola
using s

Training for cocoa


farmers in Cte dIvoire

Donating much need


motorbike transport ed
in
Ghana

Olam immunisation
programme in Zambia

Cashew growers
benefit from finance in Nigeria

Olam farmer field school


in Indonesia

ion pro
cy educat
Olam litera
Ivoire
d
te

C
(SECO)

rmers in
Cotton fair
e receive
vo
I
d
e
Ct
oxen finance

Cotto
benefit fn farmers in Ghan
rom trac
tor finana
ce

ject

y programme
Adult literac
ire
in Cte dIvo

Nurseries help
growers in Peru
increase crop yield

World AIDS Day aw


areness
programme, Cameroon

Health camp
for cotton
workers in M
ozambique

Health
eer Edu
TraininP
ca rs
workegr for casheto
s in Nig w
eria

Training f
or coffee
farmers in
Peru

Livelihood Charter Summary 2012


Olams heritage lies in small-scale agribusiness.
This strength has influenced a global growth strategy
that invests in local economies and unlocks mutual
value. We have pioneered a reciprocal approach
for value creation investing in assets, infrastructure,
education, training, financing and developing
business skills in the agricultural communities
where we are active.
Our primary goal in the small-scale farmer network
is to improve rural livelihoods for farmers and
their communities as we facilitate their move from

subsistence-based agriculture to commercial


viability. The framework of the Olam Livelihood
Charter, through its 8 Principles, formalises our
approach and enables this transition in a scalable
and repeatable way across the globe.
The number of initiatives included in this years
Charter has nearly tripled. We launched the Charter
in 2011 with 6 qualifying initiatives. Based on our
criterion that all 8 Principles must be met to achieve
Livelihood Charter status, this year there are
17 initiatives producing a total of 156,587 tonnes.

Finance

Market
Access

Quality

Training

Inputs

Social
Investment

Farmer Loans
& Crop
Pre-Financing

Farmer Income

Premium Paid

Invested

Value Supplied

Community
Development

US $63.8m

US $173.4m

US $8.3m

US $4.5m

US $14.3m

US $2.2m

Social Investment Year Highlights


Annual Inputs Supplied

133

Solar dryers built

Seedlings

22

Computers donated to
local schools

Literacy centres built (8 teachers


trained, 203 students)

1,900

Vaccinations administered

17,108
7 initiatives
4 countries

Reached through
HIV/AIDS campaign

TOTAL FARMERS = 212,377


Annual Increase 230%

Southern Africa
East Africa
Asia
South America

106%

Fertiliser

251,134 bags

65%

Herbicide &
Insecticide

573,407 litres

68%

Seeds

42,863 tonnes

TOTAL HECTARES = 369,740


Annual Increase 236%

West & Central Africa

All data as of March 2012

906,375 tree crops

% increase
over 2011

Cocoa
*

Olam works with cocoa farmers to intensify production


on existing farms, improve quality, reinforce sustainable
agricultural practices, supply improved cocoa seedlings
and build capacity for certification schemes.
The cocoa initiatives that met all 8 Livelihood Principles to qualify
in this years Olam Livelihood Charter are:




Cte dIvoire Farmer, Olam and Blommer (CIFOB)


The Cocoa Plan (Nestle), Cte dIvoire
Sassandra (Costco), Cte dIvoire
Kakum Conservation Cocoa Project, Ghana
Sulawesi Alliance of Farmers, Olam and Blommer (SAFOB),
Indonesia
Sumatra Alliance of Farmers and Olam (SUMAFO), Indonesia
Year Highlights
US $94 million spent on total crop purchased
Farmers received nearly US $5 million in premium paid based on
quality above market prices
Produced 28,142 tonnes of certified cocoa

Farmers
Hectares
Training (US $)

Coffee
*

Olams initiatives are re-establishing coffee production


as a viable economic activity for communities, increasing
yields and income through higher quality and improving
the living conditions of small-scale farmers. This has
been achieved through training and linking farmers to
crop purchase programmes.
The coffee initiatives that met all 8 Livelihood Principles to
qualify in this years Olam Livelihood Charter are:
Promotion of Sustainable Arabica Coffee in North West Cameroon
Alliance for Economic Development in San Martin, Peru
Basrizal Supply Chain, Indonesia
Year Highlights
Farmers received US $3 million for their certified coffee
364 tonnes of certified coffee beans produced
Farmers
Hectares
Training (US $)

* Note: Scales vary

Cotton
Cotton farmers often lack resources to prepare their farm,
Olam finances inputs and investments including seeds,
fertiliser and tractor loans. This together with training in
business skills and literacy has increased farmer income
and productivity to unlock mutual value.

The cotton initiatives that met all 8 Livelihood Principles to


qualify in this years Olam Livelihood Charter are:
The Rehabilitation of Cotton in Northern Cte dIvoire (SECO)
Revamping Cotton in Upper West Region of Ghana
Cotton Extension, Production and Concession Management,
Mozambique
Olam Zimbabwe Cotton Initiative
Sustainable Cotton Production in Zambia
Year Highlights
US $14 million worth of farmer inputs (fertiliser, seeds, crop
protection products) supplied
US $1.73 million invested in social and economic initiatives
(e.g. support for income generating activities for women, mobile
health van, school scholarships, 140km of road grading)

Farmers
Hectares
Training (US $)

Cashew
Olam links cashew farmers to the global supply chain by
establishing processing plants in farmer areas. Reaching
out to farming communities is one of our strengths;
organising farmers into commercially viable groups,
providing pre-finance, market access and establishing
traceability systems.

The cashew initiatives that met all 8 Livelihood Principles to


qualify in this years Olam Livelihood Charter are:
Sustainable Cashew Growers Programme, Cte dIvoire
Promotion of sustainable production of Cashew through organic
certification, traceability and co-operative processing,
Cte dIvoire
Improving Community Earnings through Direct Sourcing & Toll
Processing in Kwara & Oyo States, Nigeria
Year Highlights
US $9 million spent on total crop purchased
Reached 30,000 people in cashew growing regions through
social initiatives
Established 8 drying yards and 12 community warehouses

Farmers
Hectares
Training (US $)

* Note: Scales vary

Spotlight: New Livelihood Charter Initiatives 2012


Sustainable Cashew Growers Programme,
Cte dIvoire
The cashew sector in Cte dIvoire is characterised by
small growers, low yields, poor agricultural practices
and a multitude of intermediaries. Through an integrated
sustainable cashew growers programme, we are training
farmers, securing market access and linking cashew
farmers from 226 villages directly to our new state-of-theart mechanical processing facility in Bouak.
Key Activities




3,200 improved plants supplied to increase yield


Provided pre-finance to 226 villages
Established community-based Sustainable Village Funds
Supplied jute bags worth US $325,000 for quality improvement
Invested US $2.4 million in logistical support for cashew collection
from farm gate

2012
Farmers

10,000

Hectares

19,600

Pre-Finance (US $)

$700,000

Training (US $)

$1,068,000

Model Farms Developed

10

Kakum Conservation Cocoa Project,


Ghana
Deforestation and destruction of biodiversity have
plagued Ghanas cocoa growing regions. To address
this challenge, Olam is working with farmers in 17
cocoa growing communities around the Kakum Forest
Conservation Area. Our aim is to promote forest
conservation, enhance the income levels of farmers and
encourage the adoption of sustainable cocoa production
methods towards Rainforest Alliance Certification.
Key Activities
Structuring farmers into viable groups
Preparing farmer groups to be Rainforest Alliance Certified to
enhance market access and premium pricing opportunities
Establishing internal systems for end-to-end traceability of cocoa
from farmer to customer
Maximising productivity and quality improvements through the
formation of farmer field schools and demonstration farms
Planting trees to create buffer zones along waterways to
prevent contamination

2012
Farmers

680

Hectares

1,758

Pre-Finance (US $)

$100,000

Farmer Training (US $)

$4,925

Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability


Olam endeavours to create economic prosperity,
provide social welfare and manage our stewardship
of the environment in a sustainable way so as to
ensure real long-term value for all our stakeholders.
Building an end-to-end sustainable supply chain demands a full
understanding of all our activities and those of our farmers, communities
and suppliers to our customers, from seed to shelf. Across our 20
products in 65 countries we have broken down our value chain into
component parts for evaluation against sustainability criteria. To bring
focus to the complex supply chains in which we operate, we are
developing the Olam Sustainability Standard which will demonstrate
our commitment and help evaluate our success through the
entire business.
Our sustainability strategy in emerging markets is closely aligned to the
UN Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), a set of global development
targets adopted in 2000 for achievement by 2015. Achieving the MDGs is
a significant global challenge, one that requires companies, governments,
NGOs and donors to take on their own roles, while concurrently working
in collaboration.
We have developed a significant number of partnerships for tackling
the issues of poverty, hunger, education and health by unlocking mutual
value. This collaborative approach acts as an enabler for addressing
development challenges in emerging markets and empowers local
communities to overcome their own problems and flourish.

About Olam
Olam International is a leading global integrated supply chain
manager of agricultural products and food ingredients, sourcing
20 products with a direct presence in 65 countries and supplying
them to over 11,600 customers. Our global team of over 17,000
employees have built a leadership position in many of their
businesses including cocoa, coffee, cashew, sesame, rice
and cotton.
Headquartered in Singapore and listed on the SGX-ST in 2005, we have
achieved a consistent track record of profitable growth and expansion
throughout our 22-year history. Olams heritage lies in origination and
the traditional supply chain segment, sourcing products for our global
customers. However, through selective integration, our value chain
now extends from seed to shelf. In FY 2011 we sold S$15.7 billion of
products amounting to 8.5 million tonnes.
Our worldwide experience pioneering innovative solutions contributes to
our ability to achieve sustainable growth through responsible practices.

Olam is committed to growing responsibly. This is how we do business.


We believe that in the 21st century, companies must serve two roles:
deliver long-term value for continuing shareholders and be a positive force
for sustainable change in the communities, contexts and countries in
which we operate. In order to ensure continuity and quality of production
for the long-term, we partner with our communities to improve livelihoods
and practise environmental stewardship of the earths natural resources.

Olam International Limited

Olam Corporate Responsibility


and Sustainability

9 Temasek Boulevard
11-02 Suntec Tower Two
Singapore 038989

New Zealand House


80 Haymarket
London SW1Y 4TQ

www.olamonline.com

crs@olamnet.com

C018353

The Olam
Livelihood
Charter

2012

We are committed
to ongoing leadership
in developing
the livelihoods of
farmers within the
global supply chain
We aim to bring
prosperity to our
farming communities
We build long-term
relationships based
on fairness and trust
We seek to transfer
skills and knowledge
through partnerships
We support the
UN Millennium
Development Goals

Principles

Social project album

Olam Livelihood Charter Principles


The Olam Livelihood Charter has been developed over a number of years and draws from our
experience gained across multiple products in emerging countries around the world. The basis of our
Charter rests on the following 8 Principles.

Finance

1
2
3
4

Quality

5
6
7
8

We pre-finance crop purchase


and provide capital advances
for production

We encourage good quality by


enhancing value to farmers and
our customers

Key activities structuring farmers into


commercially viable groups, allocation of funds
to cover inputs as well as crop production costs
and financial liquidity for crop purchase

Key activities farmers engaged with pricing that


reflects good quality, promotion of defined good
quality parameters, premiums paid relative to
average quality

Improved Yield

Traceability

We invest in training and support


farmers by the supply of inputs

We ensure products can be tracked to


source and certified where required

Key activities implementation of Good


Agricultural Practices (GAP), structured training
modules through learning centres and extension
providers, establishment of model farms and
farmer field schools, provision of seedlings, tree
grafting, fertiliser and crop protection products

Key activities farmer record keeping for


full chain of custody to the customer,
including all in-country transportation, primary
processing and storage, all to independent
auditing standards

Labour Practices

Social Investment

We educate farmers on child labour,


safety, gender and financial issues

We support rural health, education


and infrastructure

Key activities campaigning within communities


and educating farmer groups to adhere to a no
child labour policy, facilitating the opportunity
for primary education, training in the use of
safety equipment, gender equality awareness
and promoting personal financial and business
management skills

Key activities investing in community-based


projects to enhance livelihoods and contribute
to economic development such as building
primary schools and health units, HIV/AIDS
awareness training and installation of
water pumps

Market Access

Environmental Impact

We offer farmers a fair and


competitive price

We are improving our overall


environmental footprint across the
supply chain

Key activities regular communication of


prices which move in line with world markets,
continued local presence through the entire
crop season, in-community transactions,
aggregation of produce on farm, transportation
services and constant liquidity for products

Key activities working with farmers to intensify


production on existing farms, reducing future
deforestation, water management and reinforcing
sustainable agricultural practices

Cover image: Mr Rasyid, 58, cocoa farmer, Indonesia

Olam undertakes many social projects, partnering with local


communities and NGOs to bring benefits in healthcare, environmental
awareness, education and welfare to small-scale farmers and their
communities worldwide.

Medical laboratory in
Cte dIvoire

Olam edu
c
in Cteatdion project
Ivoire

ealth
red hbique
o
s
n
m
spo Moza
Olam
k in
c
e
h
c

cocoa
qualirtydryers
r
e
t
t
e
B
ola
using s

Training for cocoa


farmers in Cte dIvoire

Donating much need


motorbike transport ed
in
Ghana

Olam immunisation
programme in Zambia

Cashew growers
benefit from finance in Nigeria

Olam farmer field school


in Indonesia

ion pro
cy educat
Olam litera
Ivoire
d
te

C
(SECO)

rmers in
Cotton fair
e receive
vo
I
d
e
Ct
oxen finance

Cotto
benefit fn farmers in Ghan
rom trac
tor finana
ce

ject

y programme
Adult literac
ire
in Cte dIvo

Nurseries help
growers in Peru
increase crop yield

World AIDS Day aw


areness
programme, Cameroon

Health camp
for cotton
workers in M
ozambique

Health
eer Edu
TraininP
ca rs
workegr for casheto
s in Nig w
eria

Training f
or coffee
farmers in
Peru

Principles

Social project album

Olam Livelihood Charter Principles


The Olam Livelihood Charter has been developed over a number of years and draws from our
experience gained across multiple products in emerging countries around the world. The basis of our
Charter rests on the following 8 Principles.

Finance

1
2
3
4

Quality

5
6
7
8

We pre-finance crop purchase


and provide capital advances
for production

We encourage good quality by


enhancing value to farmers and
our customers

Key activities structuring farmers into


commercially viable groups, allocation of funds
to cover inputs as well as crop production costs
and financial liquidity for crop purchase

Key activities farmers engaged with pricing that


reflects good quality, promotion of defined good
quality parameters, premiums paid relative to
average quality

Improved Yield

Traceability

We invest in training and support


farmers by the supply of inputs

We ensure products can be tracked to


source and certified where required

Key activities implementation of Good


Agricultural Practices (GAP), structured training
modules through learning centres and extension
providers, establishment of model farms and
farmer field schools, provision of seedlings, tree
grafting, fertiliser and crop protection products

Key activities farmer record keeping for


full chain of custody to the customer,
including all in-country transportation, primary
processing and storage, all to independent
auditing standards

Labour Practices

Social Investment

We educate farmers on child labour,


safety, gender and financial issues

We support rural health, education


and infrastructure

Key activities campaigning within communities


and educating farmer groups to adhere to a no
child labour policy, facilitating the opportunity
for primary education, training in the use of
safety equipment, gender equality awareness
and promoting personal financial and business
management skills

Key activities investing in community-based


projects to enhance livelihoods and contribute
to economic development such as building
primary schools and health units, HIV/AIDS
awareness training and installation of
water pumps

Market Access

Environmental Impact

We offer farmers a fair and


competitive price

We are improving our overall


environmental footprint across the
supply chain

Key activities regular communication of


prices which move in line with world markets,
continued local presence through the entire
crop season, in-community transactions,
aggregation of produce on farm, transportation
services and constant liquidity for products

Key activities working with farmers to intensify


production on existing farms, reducing future
deforestation, water management and reinforcing
sustainable agricultural practices

Cover image: Mr Rasyid, 58, cocoa farmer, Indonesia

Olam undertakes many social projects, partnering with local


communities and NGOs to bring benefits in healthcare, environmental
awareness, education and welfare to small-scale farmers and their
communities worldwide.

Medical laboratory in
Cte dIvoire

Olam edu
c
in Cteatdion project
Ivoire

ealth
red hbique
o
s
n
m
spo Moza
Olam
k in
c
e
h
c

cocoa
qualirtydryers
r
e
t
t
e
B
ola
using s

Training for cocoa


farmers in Cte dIvoire

Donating much need


motorbike transport ed
in
Ghana

Olam immunisation
programme in Zambia

Cashew growers
benefit from finance in Nigeria

Olam farmer field school


in Indonesia

ion pro
cy educat
Olam litera
Ivoire
d
te

C
(SECO)

rmers in
Cotton fair
e receive
vo
I
d
e
Ct
oxen finance

Cotto
benefit fn farmers in Ghan
rom trac
tor finana
ce

ject

y programme
Adult literac
ire
in Cte dIvo

Nurseries help
growers in Peru
increase crop yield

World AIDS Day aw


areness
programme, Cameroon

Health camp
for cotton
workers in M
ozambique

Health
eer Edu
TraininP
ca rs
workegr for casheto
s in Nig w
eria

Training f
or coffee
farmers in
Peru

Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability


Olam endeavours to create economic prosperity,
provide social welfare and manage our stewardship
of the environment in a sustainable way so as to
ensure real long-term value for all our stakeholders.
Building an end-to-end sustainable supply chain demands a full
understanding of all our activities and those of our farmers, communities
and suppliers to our customers, from seed to shelf. Across our 20
products in 65 countries we have broken down our value chain into
component parts for evaluation against sustainability criteria. To bring
focus to the complex supply chains in which we operate, we are
developing the Olam Sustainability Standard which will demonstrate
our commitment and help evaluate our success through the
entire business.
Our sustainability strategy in emerging markets is closely aligned to the
UN Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), a set of global development
targets adopted in 2000 for achievement by 2015. Achieving the MDGs is
a significant global challenge, one that requires companies, governments,
NGOs and donors to take on their own roles, while concurrently working
in collaboration.
We have developed a significant number of partnerships for tackling
the issues of poverty, hunger, education and health by unlocking mutual
value. This collaborative approach acts as an enabler for addressing
development challenges in emerging markets and empowers local
communities to overcome their own problems and flourish.

About Olam
Olam International is a leading global integrated supply chain
manager of agricultural products and food ingredients, sourcing
20 products with a direct presence in 65 countries and supplying
them to over 11,600 customers. Our global team of over 17,000
employees have built a leadership position in many of their
businesses including cocoa, coffee, cashew, sesame, rice
and cotton.
Headquartered in Singapore and listed on the SGX-ST in 2005, we have
achieved a consistent track record of profitable growth and expansion
throughout our 22-year history. Olams heritage lies in origination and
the traditional supply chain segment, sourcing products for our global
customers. However, through selective integration, our value chain
now extends from seed to shelf. In FY 2011 we sold S$15.7 billion of
products amounting to 8.5 million tonnes.
Our worldwide experience pioneering innovative solutions contributes to
our ability to achieve sustainable growth through responsible practices.

Olam is committed to growing responsibly. This is how we do business.


We believe that in the 21st century, companies must serve two roles:
deliver long-term value for continuing shareholders and be a positive force
for sustainable change in the communities, contexts and countries in
which we operate. In order to ensure continuity and quality of production
for the long-term, we partner with our communities to improve livelihoods
and practise environmental stewardship of the earths natural resources.

Olam International Limited

Olam Corporate Responsibility


and Sustainability

9 Temasek Boulevard
11-02 Suntec Tower Two
Singapore 038989

New Zealand House


80 Haymarket
London SW1Y 4TQ

www.olamonline.com

crs@olamnet.com

C018353

The Olam
Livelihood
Charter

2012

We are committed
to ongoing leadership
in developing
the livelihoods of
farmers within the
global supply chain
We aim to bring
prosperity to our
farming communities
We build long-term
relationships based
on fairness and trust
We seek to transfer
skills and knowledge
through partnerships
We support the
UN Millennium
Development Goals