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09 Feb 2017
Principles on identification for sustainable development: Toward the digital age
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The World Bank Group multisectoral Identification for Development (ID4D) initiative and the Center for Global Development have released Principles on identification for sustainable development: Toward the digital age . The principles have been endorsed by 15 organizations such as development partners, international agencies, and private sector and identifies a set of common principles fundamental to maximizing the benefits of identification systems for sustainable development while mitigating many of the risks.

Blog on the Principles has also been developed to increase awareness and promote the Principles through social media.

 

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