PRESENTATIONS DE LA REUNION ANNUELLE DE

2017

Windhoek, Namibia | 26-28 avril
JOUR 1 - JOUR 2 - JOUR 3

JOUR

01

Session plénière 2 : Les rapports des autorités de l’identité nationale

Session plénière 3 : Reports from the International Development Agencies

Session plénière 4 : Rapports des prestataires de solutions

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– L’initiative ID4D : progrès et route à suivre

Vyjayanti Desai, Program Manager, l’initiative ID4D, La Banque mondiale

 

– Mettre le numérique au service du développement (en français)

Gwenaël Prié, Chef de projet Télécoms et numérique, Direction des Opérations, Agence Française de Développement

 

– La stratégie Belge sur le numérique (D4D) au service du développement en Afrique (en français)

Frank Leyman, Gestionnaire des relations internationales, Service Public Fédéral Technologie de l’information et de la Communication (FEDICT), Belgique

 

– Les systèmes d’identité comme une priorité concrète de développement (en français)

Samatar Omar Elmi, Chargé de Projets TIC, Banque africaine de développement

 

– Les opportunités de soutenir un écosystème durable d’eID grâce à des investissements fonctionnels – une perspective de l’USAID

Dr. Aubra Anthony, Senior Data Advisor, Center for Digital Development, USAID

– Discours liminaire : L’évaluation de la Banque mondiale des systèmes d’identification en Afrique

Robert Palacios, Chef de la file du groupe thématique, La Banque mondiale

 

– Évolution du système d’enregistrement d’état civil et l’identité nationale de la Namibie vers une plate-forme unifiée et fédérée de services orientés vers la population et de gestion de l’identité

Stefanus van Staden, Director, IT Architecture Solutions, Department of Public Service IT Management, Office of the Prime Minister, Namibia

 

– Comment l’identité numérique devient un catalyseur dans presque tous les aspects de la vie en Afrique du Sud

Mkuseli Apleni, Director General, Department of Home Affairs, South Africa

 

– Vers l’harmonisation de l’état civil et la carte nationale de l’identité au Sénégal : le cadre juridique pour la coopération institutionnel (en français)

Dieh Mandiaye Ba, Directeur, Centre National D’etat Civil, Sénégal

 

– Integration of services with the National Identification System, Uganda’s case

Prof. Peter Kasenene, Chairman, Board of Directors, National Identification and Registration Authority, Ouganda

 

– Intégration des services au système national d’identification, cas de l’Ouganda

Alphonce Malibiche, Ag. Director, Identification Management, National Identification Authority, Tanzania

– Comment les bons systèmes d’identification contribuent-ils à la santé nationale? (En français)

Ronny Depoortere, Senior Vice President, Zetes PASS

 

– Moderniser la gestion des frontières et des visas pour faciliter l’amélioration de l’expérience des voyageurs

Nkululeko Nxasana, Sales Director for Government, Programmes Africa, Gemalto

 

– Une voie sans faille vers l’identité numérique de confiance

Mark Joynes, Global Government Solutions Marketing Director, Entrust Datacard

 

– L’avenir de l’identité et son impact en Afrique

Michiel van der Veen, CEO, Genkey

 

– Naviguer l’écosystème de l’identité numérique et physique

Richard Hird, Chief Commercial Officer, De La Rue

 

– Du registre de la population au registre civil et aux statistiques de l’état civil (en français)

Fabien Rouaud, Program Manager and Managing Director, Safran Morpho

 

JOUR

02

lnF1: Surmonter les défis des systèmes d’identification en Afrique

lnF2: ID dans le secteur financier - Applications bancaires

DocSec 1: Tutoriels d’experts

lnF3: ID dans les soins de santé

lnF4: ID dans le secteur financier - Solutions de paiement

DocSec 2: Sécurisation des titres d’identité : Impression et des caracteristiques de sécurité

lnF5: Identification dans le processus électoral

DocSec 3 : ePasseports et documents de voyage

InF6 : L‘identité juridique et l’état civil

InF7 : Gestion des identités transfrontalières et régionales

InF8 : Enrichissement mutuel entre e-ID et e-Gouv

DocSec 4 : Fraude de document d’identité

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– Overcoming identity data integration challenges

Aliyu Aziz, Director General/CEO, NIMC, Nigeria

– Overcoming identity systems deployment challenges in South Sudan

Lt. Colonel Deng Kuol Deng, Director of ICT, Ministry of Interior, South Sudan

 

– Do fingerprint biometrics work in developing countries?

Dan Storisteanu, Research Fellow at Darwin College, University of Cambridge

 

– Towards the harmonization of the national ID and the civil register: the legal framework for institutional cooperation (In French)

Dieh Mandiaye Ba, Directeur, Centre National D’etat Civil, Sénégal

 

– Iris Recognition comes of age for National ID

Mohammed Murad, Vice President, Global Business Development and Sales, IRIS ID

– Moderator’s Opening Remarks

Alan Gelb, Senior Fellow, Center for Global Development

– Use of identity management to improve transparency, combat fraud, lower cost of transaction and increase financial inclusion

Olabiyi Dosumu, Deputy Director, Banking & Payment System Department, Immigration Service, Nigeria

 

– Financial services for the poor

Himanshu Nagpal, Senior Program Officer, The Gates Foundation

 

– Multibiometrics in the context of ID solutions for the financial sector

Jan Nack, Sales Director, Middle East and Africa, DERMALOG

 

– eID meets credit card and biometrics – next stage of convergence

Adam Ross, Product Manager for eID Solutions, Cryptovision GmbH

– Physical identity document security in the age of digital transformation: a practitioners’ overview

Dr. Catherine Frankauser, Sales Director ISS, SICPA SA
Dr. Jean Salomon, Strategic Business Development Director, SICPA SA

– An overview of identity document materials and substrates

Peter Cantraine, Head of Technical Sales, ID Security Division, Agfa

– Identity document standards, interoperability and compliance

Claudia Schwendimann, ISO Expert, OeSD

– Biometric information system for integrated management of universal health coverage (In French)

Mouhamed Mahi SY, Coordonnateur, Cellule des services informatiques et du système d’information documentaire, Agence de la Couverture Maladie Universelle, Sénégal

– Feasibility of using infant fingerprint biometrics for treatment follow-up

Paul Macharia, Data Manager, Ministry of Health, Kenya

 

– From enrollment to daily use, the mobile ID technologies tailored to African eHealthcare

Jacques Besançon, Product Manager Security Components and Vertical Solutions, Arjo Systems

 

– Challenges of patient and professional identification processes in the health sector in Mali: Do we need an open database? (In French)

Dr. Ousmane Ly, General Director of National Agency of Tele-health and Medical Informatics, Ministry of Health, Mali

– Brief Introduction

Alan Gelb, Senior Fellow, Center for Global Development

 

– The interoperable payment and settlement system for enhanced integrity and trust of financial transactions in Ghana

Archie Hesse, Chief Executive Officer, The Ghana Interbank Payment and Settlement Systems Limited (GHIPSS)

 

– Payments in an identity ecosystem: The case for public private partnerships

Shashi Raghunandan, Head of Identity Practice, Mastercard

 

– Identity and payment systems for social protection and financial inclusion

Dr. Tahir Noor, Director General, Cash Transfers & NSER, Benazir Income Support Program (BISP), Pakistan

 

– Identity in support of Financial Systems for Digital Transformation: The Case of Peru

Ing. Luis Alberto Bullón Salazar, General Manager, National Register of identification and Civil State (RENIEC), Peru

– Latest color picture technologies for identity documents

Matthias Karl Köhler, Head of Sales, Mülbauer

 

 

– Understanding modern security controllers – which chip do you need for your identity document?

Ingo Liersch, Director, Product Marketing, Government Identification, Infineon Technologies AG

– The next steps in optical and digital authentication for new ID documents

Benoît des Places, Africa Regional Sales Manager, SURYS

– How can a comprehensive end-2-end trusted and secure EVE (Enrollment, Verification, Election) solution be deployed?

Eric Thebe, Africa Printing Technical Consultant, HP

– Keynote: Overview of use of identity management and biometrics in African elections

Niall McCann, Lead Electoral Advisor, UNDP

 

– The nexus between identity and political/electoral participation in Africa: reporting on comparative case studies

Robert Gerenge, Principal Advisor to EMBs, African Union Commission

 

– The use of biometric voter authentication system: Experiences, issues and way forward

Prof. Mahmoud Yakubu, Chairman, Independent Electoral Commission, Nigeria

 

– Optimizing the voter card issuance process in a large-scale project

Ludovic Simonneau, Vertical Product Line Manager, Evolis
Michel Chajes, Expert in biometric registration

 

– How can a comprehensive end-2-end trusted and secure EVE (Enrollment, Verification, Election) solution be deployed?

Dr. Roger Tai, Executive Vice President, Emperor Technology

 

– Aligning BVR and BVV to achieve maximum cost-effectiveness and efficiency: recommendations based on field experience (In French)

Bart Symons, Senior Technical Consultant, Zetes

– Legal identity: what is at stake

Mia Harbitz, Legal Identity Expert, The World Bank

– Reform of the civil registration system in Madagascar. Towards a reliable and efficient identification system (in French)

Marie Simone Ralinirina, Directeur de l’Administration des Juridictions, en charge de l’ état civil et de la nationalité, Ministère de la Justice, Madagascar

 

– Do we need more innovative approaches to get CRVS off the ground?

Sophie Ogilvy, Senior Government Relations Advisor for Sustainability and Development, De La Rue

 

– Legal Identity Versus Digital Identity

Alenka Prvinšek Persoglio, Cofounder, Vice President, Interact4C, formerly Undersecretary responsible for migration and nationality, Ministry of Internal Affairs of Republic of Slovenia

 

– Reform of CRVS in Namibia

Anette Bayer Forsingdal, Director, National Population Register, Ministry of Home Affairs and Immigration

– Legal identity: what is at stake

Mia Harbitz, Legal Identity Expert, The World Bank

– Reform of the civil registration system in Madagascar. Towards a reliable and efficient identification system (in French)

Marie Simone Ralinirina, Directeur de l’Administration des Juridictions, en charge de l’ état civil et de la nationalité, Ministère de la Justice, Madagascar

– Do we need more innovative approaches to get CRVS off the ground?

Sophie Ogilvy, Senior Government Relations Advisor for Sustainability and Development, De La Rue

– Legal Identity Versus Digital Identity

Alenka Prvinšek Persoglio, Cofounder, Vice President, Interact4C, formerly Undersecretary responsible for migration and nationality, Ministry of Internal Affairs of Republic of Slovenia

– Reform of CRVS in Namibia

Anette Bayer Forsingdal, Director, National Population Register, Ministry of Home Affairs and Immigration

– Keynote: The role of identity management in facilitation and enhancing border security

Muhammad Babandede, Comptroller General of Immigration, Nigeria Immigration Service, Nigeria

– Evidence of identity and civil registry: the key for secure passport issuance

Yolanda Varuhaki, Marketing Director for ID, Traffic and Health Care, Gemalto

 

– Conformity & interoperability: The key prerequisites for security of electronic ID documents

Holger Funke, Principal, Division Homeland Security, secunet Security Networks AG

-The virtual mobile identity: creating a world class customer experience

Marius Coetzee, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, IDECO

 

– Is e-ID really working out for the citizen? Maximizing the use of Electronic Passport though the use of biometrics and a Trusted Chain of Identity

Pedro Pinto, Business Development Manager, Vision-Box

– Overview of e-Gov: Does African e-Gov need eID, what for and when? (In French)

Alain Ducass, Director Associate, energeTIC, consultant in e-transformation of Africa

– The e-Government experience of Peru: Pertinent for Africa

Ing. Luis Alberto Bullón Salazar, General Manager, National Register of identification and Civil State (RENIEC), Peru

– How African governments can return investments when implementing eID

Vadims Teresko, Business Development Director, Banking and Mobile, X-Infotech

– e-ID: The Key for a successful e-Government Implementation

Veronica Boateng, Director, National Information Technology Agency, Ghana

 

– The Building blocks for the next generation of public services

Vasilis Koulolias Director, Director, eGovlab, Stockholm University

 

– The co-existence of secure physical and mobile IDs

Joby Mathew, Sales Director, Middle East, Africa & South Asia, Government ID Solutions, HID Global

– Keynote: The role of identity management in facilitation and enhancing border security

Anonymous Speaker, INTERPOL General Secretariat, France

– The e-Government experience of Peru: Pertinent for Africa

Louise Cole, Manager Passport Operations, Department of Internal Affairs, New Zealand

 

– How African governments can return investments when implementing eID

Celine Gouveia, International Sales Director, Groupe Imprimerie Nationale

 

JOUR

03

Session plénière 5: Jeu des innovations innovantes pour l'identité en Afrique

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– Discours liminaire : Un progrès décisif dans la compréhension de l’applicabilité des empreintes digitales comme biométrie pour les enfants

Prof. Anil Jain, University Distinguished Professor, Department of Computer Science & Engineering,
Michigan State University, USA

 

– Utiliser la technologie mobile pour les services d’identité qui améliorent la vie

Kyla Reid, Head of Digital Identity, GSMA

 

– Open source CRVS initiative

Edward Duffus, Project Manager for Digital Birth Registration, Plan International

 

– Le cas humanitaire des “Blockchains”

Ashish Gadnis, CEO, Banqu Inc.