CSR Impact Assessment Guidelines


In India, companies must carry out an impact assessment after completing a CSR project to evaluate its effectiveness and determine its impact on the targeted beneficiaries. The impact assessment should measure the project's outcomes and outputs, and assess its contribution to the sustainable development goals. The objective of Impact Assessment under the law is to assess the impact of the project in the community, help companies to assess their CSR allocation and plan strategically considering all the crucial factors based on the feedback and assessment generated from the assessment.


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