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EP32: ID4AFRICA 2022 Workshop Summaries: Digital Public Infrastructure + Frictionless Borders
ID4Africa 2022 broke new ground with the introduction of four workshops on Day 2 of our physical AGM in Marrakesh, Morocco. Each workshop is chaired by an international Development partner—DPGA, UNICEF, IOM, the World Bank- and aims to address key challenges that the ID4D agenda faces today. This is the first of two AGM Workshop Summation LiveCasts where the working groups from the DPGA and IOM-chaired workshops report on their findings on the topics of discussion- "Digital Public Infrastructure/ Digital Stacks" and '"Identity Management for Frictionless Borders", respectively. S1: DPGA workshop chairs Liv Nordhaud and Sanjay Jain share an overview of the workshop discussions and key takeaways S2: Expert contributors Rosemary Kisembo, Yodahe Zemichael, Colleen Elliott, Stephanie de Labriolle and Mark Straub share country experiences and private sector perspectives S3: IOM workshop leaders Damien Thuriaux and Alvina Samjawon share the objectives of the workshop and give an institutional perspective and key takeaways S4: Expert contributors Alexander Muteshi Imbenzi, Rosina Senona and Saadou Boubacar Cissé share local perspectives on the topic Workshops Summation continues on June 30 with workshops 3 & 4.
ID4Africa 2022: The Solutions Forum
This session rounds up tried-and-true solutions that are responding to national ID needs worldwide as countries enter their digital transformation journeys. It looks at lessons learned and case studies spanning digital identity use cases, available solutions for scalability and meeting expectations for integration of multiple platforms, ways to future-proof government investment in digital identity as a foundation of public infrastructure, and more. The presentations shared are as follows: Morocco’s National Digital ID Scheme Goes Live Ismail CHRAIBI, General Manager (Morocco) & Regional Director, Public Security and Identity Business, North Africa, Idemia; & Mouhcine YEJJOU, Director, Morocco eID Project, General Directorate for National Security (DGSN), Morocco Foundational Identity: A prerequisite to Digital ID Charlotte CHATEAU, Sales Manager, Identity & Biometric Solutions, Thales Citizen Identity Transforming Public Service Delivery Joby MATHEW, Director Sales, Africa & Middle East, HID Global Leveraging Identity to Promote African Integration: Facilitating intra-trade and movement of persons Herculs BIZURE, Associate Director, Technology Consulting, Ernst and Young Identity as the End Game? Jerome COULON, Vice President, Sales, Zetes Protecting the Credibility of Elections Vladimir KOSTIVIAR, Business Consultant, Innovatrics The Potential of Physical IDs and their Digital Usability Marcin ZAKRZEWSKI, Senior Product Manager, ID Documents, Polish Security Printing Works (PWPW)
ID4Africa 2023 Host Reveal (Kenya)
The 2023 host is officially revealed in a ceremony where the Kenyan Delegation showcases the many assets of their country through an impressive audiovisual show. It also includes the official acceptance speech and passing of the baton between the 2022 and 2023 hosts. This Ceremony also highlights the official selection criteria for countries desirous of hosting future AGMs.
EP31: THE IDENTIFICATION ARENA AT ID4AFRICA 2022, MARRAKESH
This is a special plenary session that benefits from the knowledge and experience of 9 ID Authorities who are today, either launching brand new identity initiatives and programs or are in the process of scaling up or reforming their existing systems to make them more fit for service delivery and more inclusive. At ID4Africa 2022 (June 15), Dr. Joseph Atick, Executive Chairman of ID4Africa engaged with the leaders from these 9 countries in 4 exciting segments to perform comparative analysis, assess the progress, understand the options considered and the choices that have been made. The session starts with a one-on-one conversation with the minister in charge of Africa’s largest identity program. It then explores the 4 newest identity programs in the world (based on open source), followed by a spotlight feature on reforming civil registration in the service of legal identity. The session will then close with a panel discussion featuring the leaders of the four most mature identity programs in Africa, who will share their experiences and lessons learned. S0: MODERATOR'S OPENING REMARKS: Dr. Joseph J. ATICK, Executive Chairman, ID4Africa S1: TO-THE-POINT: An in-conversation with discussion with Professor Isa Ali Ibrahim, Honorable Minister of Communication and Digital Economy, Nigeria S2: GREENFIELD PROJECTS (Presentations) Morocco: Dr. Omar EL ALAMI, Project Director, National Population Register, Department of Information Systems and Telecommunications, Ministry of Interior Ethiopia: Yodahe ZEMICHAEL, Executive Director, National ID Program, Office of the Prime Minister Philippines: Rene MENDOZA, Assistant National Statistician, Philippine Statistics Authority S3: SPOTLIGHT: REFORMING CIVIL REGISTRATION (Presentations) Rwanda: Josephine MUKESHA, Director General, National Identification Agency (NIDA), Ministry of ICT and Innovation Côte d'Ivoire: Christian Ago KODIA, Director General, National Agency for Civil Registration and Identity (ONECI) S4: SEASONED PRACTITIONERS’ PANEL Nigeria: Aliyu A. AZIZ, Director General/CEO, National Identity Management Commission of Nigeria (NIMC) Uganda: Rosemary KISEMBO, Executive Director, National Identification and Registration Authority (NIRA) South Africa: Thomas SIGAMA, Deputy Director General, Civic Services, Department of Home Affairs Kenya: Reuben KIMOTHO, Secretary-Director, National Registration Bureau, Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government
ID4Africa 2022 Opening Keynotes from Dr. Atick and Minister Mezzour
The ID4Africa 2022 Augmented General Assembly opened on June 15 in Marrakesh with two high-level keynote addresses from Dr. Joseph Atick, Executive Chairman, ID4Africa, and Dr. Ghita Mezzour, Hon. Minister of Digital Transition and Administrative Reform, Morocco. Dr. Atick's address: "The State of Identity for Development in the World" Hon. Dr. Mezzour's address: "The Digital Transformation Journey of Morocco"
EP30: Mobile for ID4D (PT 4/4) - Mobile ID in Advanced Economies
In this 4th and final chapter of our Saga on "Mobile for Identity Management & Inclusive ID4D", we explore the mobile story: "Mobile ID in Advanced Economies". Here we heard about Europe's status and outlook for digital transformation in mobile, some of the drivers influencing the adoption of mobile identity in advanced economies, the role of mobile as an enabler of interoperable credentials, and an important discussion on the risks and mitigation involved in mobile adoption in identity development. If you missed Parts 1, 2 & 3 check them out on our YouTube archive: PT 1: M4D & Legal Identity: https://youtu.be/3-SLJljf0mA PT 2: Accelerating Inclusion: https://youtu.be/XQHVZBGtoPI PT 3: Enabling Use Cases: https://youtu.be/3H-seajJE9Y
EP29: Mobile for ID4D (PT 3/4) - Enabling Use-Cases
The Saga began by focusing on pro-poor policies and solutions to explore the range of the possible and the enabling environment and technologies required to get there. Part 2 further explored ways in which identity development can be teamed with mobile usage/ access to accelerate inclusion. Part 3 takes it up a notch to explore some of the most promising use cases that hold disruptive potential. We will hear how mobile is establishing key prerequisites for empowerment and economic growth in a modern economy as we examine themes such as mobile biometrics, accelerating financial inclusion, mobile for humanitarian action and facilitating digital presence.
EP28: Mobile for ID4D (PT2) - Accelerating Inclusion
This 4-Part Saga began by focusing on pro-poor policies and solutions to explore the range of the possible and the enabling environment and technologies required to get there. WATCH PT 1 @ https://youtu.be/3-SLJljf0mA. This Part 2 episode took a closer look at M4D policies by examining real-life country experiences with linking SIM to NIN from the perspective of the identity authority of Nigeria and Tanzania, along with the Mobile Network Operators that partnered with them. We will find out how mobile apps for enrollment and identity assertion have been leveraged successfully in Nigeria, not just to accelerate inclusion, but to give ID holders full control over the use of their ID. In addition, we heard about the open-source mobile ID management platform developed by MOSIP and explored the ways in which innovators are finding promising solutions that will enable basic phones to be used as verifiable ID credentials.
IN THE NEWS
Naledi Pandor, will address the Fifth Annual Meeting of the ID4Africa Movement
International Relations and Cooperation Minister, Naledi Pandor, will address the Fifth Annual Meeting of the ID4Africa Movement today. The question on everybody’s lips… where's Zindzi Mandela? The department says its seeking South Africa’s ambassador to Denmark, after controversial weekend tweets coming from an account bearing her name. eNCA’s Khayelihle Khumalo is tracking that story for us. Courtesy #DStv403
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ID4Africa Conference | Improved technology to deal with human migration
Improved technology to deal with human migration. That's what a conference in Boksburg's dealing with. Advanced technology will help improve Home Affairs systems. Delegates from across the Continent are attending the ID4Africa Conference. For more news, visit: sabcnews.com
SABC Digital News
ID4Africa meeting kicks off in Emperor's Palace
Day one of the 5th annual ID4Africa movement meeting is taking place at Emperors Palace, east of Johannesburg today. This year's meeting is hosted by the South African Department of Home Affairs under the theme, "Identity Ecosystems for Service Delivery". The event is being attended by home affairs authorities from across the continent. For more news, visit: sabcnews.com
Identity For Service Delivery In Focus At ID4Africa 2019
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ID4AFRICA MEDIA TIERS
Dr. Joseph Atick moderator at icaoTRIP on Session 3: Supporting Improved National Identity Management Practices