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15 Nov 2023
Cook Islands CRVS process mapping workshop
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Last month, the Pacific Civil Registrar Network (PCRN), supported by Vital Strategies, hosted a workshop to map the current birth, death, and marriage registration processes, including paper flows with Health and Statistics, with representatives from the national CRVS committee and the wider public service. Participants identified improvement opportunities and barriers to moving to an e-CRVS system, such as processes, IT infrastructure, legislation, and institutional arrangements, and developed new "to-be" process maps. It also documented interoperability opportunities and requirements for new e-CRVS systems with a particular focus on health, statistics, immigration, passport, and the regional data systems.

More information on the workshop available here.

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