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Collect information, analyse impact, and better understand the communities in which you operate.

Social Baseline

Our social performance software helps you centralise, standardise and understand the data that has been collected through different angles and from various sources. Determine how project plan alternatives, designs and site or routing considerations impact the social context and how local populations will cope with project impacts over time

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Impact Surveys

List and plan each social assessment conducted in relation to a project over time. It helps companies to track study objectives, methodology and participants and provides an overview of the data collected for each assessment. Additionally, this component provides the means to store socio-economic survey results, a list of heritage and cultural sites, and a detailed list of stakeholder assets that are potentially destined for compensation.

Impact Analysis

View and compare different surveys conducted over time from multiple angles – by household and by location. It provides a means to extract additional information and better understand the evolving socio-economic context around a project. Management reports generated using different lenses also contribute to an enhanced comprehension of the context in which the project takes place. This component allows for storing data assessment results in order to better identify risks and opportunities related to a socio-economic context in particular.

Enables the prediction of how the project will be affected by its social context and how local populations will cope with project impacts over time

  • Visualise and understand the data that has been collected through different angles
  • Informs decision-making and can play a role in the selection of project alternatives, project design, and site or routing considerations
  • Provides a basis for the identification and analysis of social impacts and the design of measures to mitigate adverse impacts and enhance beneficial ones
  • Identifies the main social characteristics of impacted communities as well as strategic development opportunities