Cambodia’s country presentation made at the Technical Seminar on Legal Framework for Civil Registration, Vital Statistics and Identity Management Systems on 17-19 July 2017 in Manila, Philippines.
Armenia’s country presentation made at the Technical Seminar on Legal Framework for Civil Registration, Vital Statistics and Identity Management Systems on 17-19 July 2017 in Manila, Philippines.
Pakistan's country presentation made at the 3rd Government Forum on Electronic Identity in Africa on 26-28 April, 2017 in Windhoek, Namibia.
The 4th Annual Meeting of the ID4Africa Movement will take place from 24-26 April in Abuja, Nigeria under the theme of 'Harmonization of Identity Schemes'
Plan International Australia proposes developing a standards-based software solution to provide for civil registration and population data needs in low resource settings. The open source CRVS platform will be free, fully compliant, and adaptable for different country contexts in Asia and the Pacific. The software will be easy to deploy, user-centric, and require minimal skills for customisation, maintenance and support.
In July 2015, The Dutch National Office for Identity Data organised an "Expert Meeting on Identity Management 2030" in The Hague, during which international experts shared their experience and knowledge of identity management and discussed the future of identity infrastructure. The present summary deals with the outcome of the experts’ meeting.
The objective of this publication is to analyze the legal, administrative, and technological requirements for the use of information and communications technology (ICT) for birth registration. The intended audience includes civil registry agencies or those countries that are considering the introduction of ICT, as well as those that already have the system in place.
This material was presented at the Ministerial Conference on Civil Registration and Vital Statistics 24 – 28 November 2014, by Mr. Mark Landry, Coordinator, Health Intelligence and Innovation Division of Health Systems, WHO Regional Office for the Western Pacific
Pakistan is a leader in the application of identification systems and technology to a range of development issues. The National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA) of Pakistan has become a central player in a number of program areas and has been internationally recognized for its expertise, including winning many awards for excellence. Pakistan has pioneered applications of biometric technology, successfully administering smart card programs for disaster relief programs and financial inclusion schemes for the underserved.
Deadline for reporting of national targets and baseline data
Workshop for Asian national CRVS focal points held in Bangkok
Training Course on Civil Registration and Vital Statistics Systems
New CRVS decade webpage www.getinthepicture.org is now available
This document provides guidance on identifying and mitigating risks associated with digital birth registration for implementing government agencies and their partners operating in low- and middle-income countries. It expands on the model of DBR developed by Plan International as part of its Count Every Child initiative and within the context of strengthening civil registration and vital statistics (CRVS) systems more broadly. The tool provides: checklists of likely risk factors, example risk mitigation mechanisms for each, and prompts to develop context-based responses.
Tool developed for African context by PLAN international in collaboration with ECA. Aims to digitalize existing documentation and state records regarding CRVS.
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