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Inclusion [Social Ratings] is the world’s first global social rating agency.
We deliver independent social performance & impact ratings to socially minded private and public sector organisations to help them enhance their social impact and improve their financial performance. Our transparent, user-friendly and easily shareable social performance metrics also assist potential investors in their strategic investment decisions and help attract social investment funding for social enterprises.
Social Performance & Impact Ratings
Social Performance & Impact Ratings analyze how effective an organization is at translating its mission into practice. It encompasses the organization's objectives, systems, services, human resources and results, as well as its use of performance indicators.
Inclusion's social impact rating service has been instrumental to help us refine our business approach more effectively. The Inclusion team did a perfect job - they are dynamic and extremely competent.
Thanks to Inclusion's social impact rating, we were able to identify our strengths and weaknesses in our social performance as well as in our business approach. It also allowed us to improve our relationship with our customers.
Seynabou Mbaye Sow
Inclusion’s social impact rating service has been very useful for us, helping us identify what to further improve for the benefits of our organization, staff, clients, stakeholders and communities.
“This is a continuation of our commitment to the Continent and joins our West African Regional Office in bringing our social rating and advisory services to a wider market”, says Richard Wilson, CEO of I[SR]. For further information contact Daniela Israel-Wilson, Director of Communications, here.
The acquisition of smartphones, androids, etc. has sparked a debate in Benin about the rivalry between mobile phone companies and banks. Currently most Beninese users predominantly rely on mobile payments to send and receive money in their country. As a result, the use of electronic money has grown exponentially over the last five years in […]
Borvor Finance PLC (formerly known as CCSF), a rural credit operator based in Cambodia, obtained an SP3- rating, which represents an improvement on its previous SP4+ rating in 2017. The creation of a board of directors and measures designed to measure client satisfaction and receive their feedback were amongst the main drivers for this change. […]
2018 closed on a positive balance for the expansion of financial inclusion in Latin America, according to the IV Financial Inclusion Report 2018 published by the Latin American Federation of Banks (Federación Latinoamericana de Bancos or Felaban). The gap that existed between groups with limited access to financial services and financial inclusion has been narrowed, […]