ID4Africa

ID4Africa is an ID-4-All movement motivated by the need to promote legal identity for all in Africa. It is a tripartite with representation from African governments, development agencies and industry. ID4Africa 2019 will be in Johannesburg, South Africa June 18 – 20. Biometric Update has been the official journalist of the annual meeting since 2016.

 

Optimism for universal identity abounds as ID4Africa 2018 concludes

ID4Africa 2018 wrapped up Thursday in Abuja, Nigeria, with a series of plenary sessions, providing a series of reasons for…

 

Johannesburg announced as host city of ID4Africa 2019

ID4Africa Executive Chairman Dr. Joseph Atick told a standing-room only crowd at Abuja International Conference Centre that Johannesburg, South Africa…

 

ID4Africa survey shows near universal support for biometrics elections among African identity community

Every year ID4Africa conducts an extensive survey of professionals at African identity authorities about topics such as their priorities and…

 

Integrated Biometrics supports call to recognize International Identity Day

ID4Africa this week announced the launch of a petition to be presented to the United Nations to designate September 16…

 

Dialogue focuses on concrete results during ID4Africa Day 2

The second day of the annual conference of the ID4Africa movement featured passionate addresses on a wide variety of topics…

 

Identity for digital health services in the spotlight at ID4Africa 2018

A special three-session symposium on “eHealth” or “DigiHealth” was among the highlights of the second day of ID4Africa 2018, with…

 

ID4Africa 2018 begins with optimism over continental progress toward universal legal identity

The first day of ID4Africa 2018 drew to a successful close late in the day in Abuja, Nigeria, with hundreds…

 

Drive for official UN International Identity Day launched at ID4Africa

ID4Africa, supported by Nigeria’s National Identity Management Commission (NIMC), announced the launch of a petition to be presented to the…

 

Neurotechnology identifies more than 6 million duplicate or inaccurate DRC voter records

More than five million duplicate voter registrations in the Democratic Republic of Congo have been identified by Neurotechnology in a…

 

Green Bit showcasing new faster, smaller products at ID4Africa

Green Bit is demonstrating several new live scan readers for law enforcement and civil ID applications at ID4Africa this week…

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