Sustainability

CÀSÀ’s Community

CÀSÀ’s Community is a consolidated CSR platform for CÀSÀ’s Institution to deliver programmes with measurable and tangible outcomes.

Our aim is to give back to the community in a structured and sustainable manner that ensures the greatest possible impact on our beneficiaries. To achieve this, we periodically carry out need gap analysis in target communities to be able to accurately determine areas where our support are most needed. This enables us to deliver CSR projects that are relevant and impactful. Our social intervention initiatives are geared towards eradicating the urban poverty, marginalized community of Azerbaijan and refugees.

Support sustainability initiatives

Whatever your environmental passion, the CÀSÀ has something for you. These include projects on locally-sources food, carbon reduction schemes and the opportunity to create your own actions from scratch!
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Incredible Edible Baku

If you are enthusiastic about growing local, sustainable fresh food, then this is the volunteering opportunity for you! Incredible Edible Baku transforms unused, derelict plots of land into edible plots that grow herbs, vegetables , berries and many more delicious things. You can work on plots across Baku, clearing the site, building greenhouses and vegetables beds, and planting the variety of seeds so that whole host of fresh produce can grow-and everyone in the local community is free to help themselves to the fresh food! This then helps people in food poverty to eat fresh produce can grow-and everyone in the local community is free to help themselves to the fresh food! This then helps people in food poverty to eat freash and healthy foods.
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Want Not Waste Shop

Want Not Waste is student run zero waste shop. They provide loose food, beauty products and refills of student essentials like washing up liquid. Each month there is a new theme of sustainability, and events, workshops and talks are based on this. Their most popular example during the “sustainable fashion” theme was a good old clothes swap! Their aim is to make zero waste living accessible and affordable for students living on a budget. If you’d like to get involved with their activities, contact them on (social media or email).
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Zero Waste

  • To help the less fortunate to obtain food supplies and overcome the waste of valuable food which can be reused and reduce operating cost of supermarket.
  • To encourage promotions, advocacy and consumer awareness campaigns to address food waste and importance of helping the less fortune to obtain food supplies