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Sustainable Development Unit launches new Assessment Tool

[10/11/17] The Sustainable Development Unit (SDU) have launched a new tool to assist healthcare organisations with measuring, reporting and planning their sustainable development objectives. The Sustainable Development Assessment Tool (SDAT) replaces the Good Corporate Citizen Tool (GCC) and is more aligned to the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

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Healthcare organisations can use the online SDAT to measure sustainable development progress and develop action plans for their inclusion in their sustainable development management plans. The SDAT features ten modules across the following four themes:

The SDAT is available online now.

Click here to read more about the SDU’s Sustainable Development Assessment Tool.

 

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