The corporate sector has been grappling with the issue of measurement, metrics and accountability of the CSR contributions especially on reporting the quantum of impact created as per mandated activities of Section 135 schedule VII of Companies Act 2013.SAA is a proven tool that helps assessing the social value generated by an organization and develop a process whereby it can account and prove its social performance. It is a logical and flexible framework that will enable organizations to build on existing documentation and reporting systems and develop a process, whereby you can:
- Account fully for your organization’s triple bottom line – social, environmental and economic performance and impact;
- Report on that performance and impact;
- Provide the information essential for planning future action and improving performance; &
- Be accountable to all those you work with and work for- your stakeholders.
Social Accounting and Audit is equally important for people involved in development initiatives to evaluate and report to partners and donors with increased transparency and accountability in the sphere of handling finances and reporting to donors.Here is a chance to get certified as an accredited Social Accountant! The Social Accounting and Audit (SAA) Master Class is being held from 23rd March 2017 to 25th March 2017 at Chennai followed by one to one continuous mentoring spread at various stages over a period of 4 -6 months.
Join us for two days of exciting dialogue featuring a cross-section of professionals from the local and global fintech sectors to discuss key opportunities and challenges for fintech in Africa. The first African Fintech Unconference seeks to bring together a hand-picked group of startups, financial institutions, financial services providers, mobile network operators, financial sector authorities, technologists, investors and influencers to foster exchange and partnerships in a rapidly evolving inclusive fintech industry.