GMAP leverages geographical data, secondary research, and WWF and IFC expertise to identify and analyze supply chain risks to support short-term finance and trade finance decision-making. Country-commodity analyses assess country (and in some cases sub-national) environmental and social risks in primary production and assign a risk score (see GMAP score, below). These aggregated and disaggregated risk scores can facilitate targeted and improved screening, assessment and management of environmental and social risks. To help mitigate risks flagged in GMAP, as of May 2019, GMAP includes relevant ITC Sustainability Map certification schemes.
Scan the list below for the country-commodity combination of interest. Click on Report to view the full GMAP report per country-commodity combination. Click Compare in the ITC Sustainability Map column to view available certification schemes relevant to the country-commodity combination of interest.