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ID4Africa: 1st Government Forum on Electronic Identity in Africa


2-4 June 2015
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

On 2-4 June 2015, the National Identification Authority (NIDA) of the Ministry of Home Affairs of Tanzania, together with APSCA and the Identity Counsel International will host the 1st Government Forum on Electronic Identity in Africa, in Dar es Salaam, Tanazania. The theme is “How National eID can Support Social and Economic Development”.

This inaugural event under ID4Africa will focus on digital identity (eID) and its applications for driving socio-economic development in Africa; providing a comprehensive platform of exchange for identity authorities and users, international development agencies, solution providers, domain experts and all other industry stakeholders. The forum will bring together government agencies that issue national electronic identity cards, manage population registers, work with citizens’ electronic identities and facilitate the delivery of eGovernment services and benefits to citizens. Registration is FREE for government agencies and international organisations.

For more information please contact vribeiro@apsca.org or visit our website. Follow us on Twitter at @ID4Africa.

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