SPTF, in partnership with CERISE, announce release of the updated SPI4

15 April, 2015

Institutions use social audit tools to evaluate their intentions, systems, and actions, in order to determine how well they are achieving their social objectives and to identify areas of particular strength or weakness.  The results of social audits are used internally by management to inform efforts to improve social performance. 

The CERISE SPI4, created by the Social Performance Task Force (SPTF) in partnership with CERISE, is a social audit tool that is completely aligned with the Universal Standards for Social Performance Management (USSPM), including the Smart Campaign Client Protection Principles. Updates occur on a regular basis.

To view the update on the latest version (Cerise SPI4 V1.2) and read how you can use the tool to assess practices, click here.

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