We have aligned our non-financial reporting framework with the following standards:
We consider that, with the disclosure of this report, we comply with the spirit of AA1000AS standards. You can also find the mapping of our data to the GRI Standards, the SDGs, and the UNGC on dashboard.
While we consider all the UN’s SDGs goals as critical, we focus our efforts on the following ones:
AA 1000 Standards
We use the principles described in the AA 1000 Standards to structure our approach to identifying and prioritising the expectations of our stakeholders. The results are assembled in our materiality matrix, demonstrating our adherence to the principles of inclusivity and materiality. As a responsive business, we have disclosed our UNGC COP report every year since 2013, and we will update our sustainability report on a yearly basis.
Our non-financial reporting is aligned with the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Standards, and we consider that this report has been prepared in accordance with the GRI Standards: Core option.
The following GRI material topics are considered relevant to our non-financial reporting:
GRI Material Topics
201 – Economic Performance
203 – Indirect Economic Impacts
204 – Procurement Practices
205 – Anti-Corruption
207 – Tax
301 – Materials
302 – Energy
303 – Water and Effluents
304 – Biodiversity
305 – Emissions
306 – Effluents and waste
401 – Employment
403 – Occupational Health & Safety
404 – Training & Education
405 – Diversity & Equal Opportunities
406 – Non-discrimination
412 – Human Rights Assessments
413 – Local Communities
416 – Customer Health and Safety
419 – Socio-economic compliance
You can download our GRI Index here.
Myanmar Sustainable Development Plan
By doing our business responsibly and transparently, we are contributing to the following strategies of the Myanmar Sustainable Development Plan (MSDP): 1.4, 3.2, 3.3, 3.6, 3.7, 4.1, 5.1, 5.2, 5.4, 5.6.