- Asia and the Pacific CRVS systems' response to the COVID-19 crisis
- New research on CRVS to be presented during Asia-Pacific Statistics Week, 15-19 June
- World Bank to support CRVS in Lao PDR
- Pakistan to conduct a "gap analysis" of current CRVS practices
- Data for Health launches ANACONDA platform for data quality
- On 17 June, at 14:30 (CET), ID4 Africa will host its second webinar series on the impact of COVID-19 on identity management in Africa. Representatives from development agencies will engage to answer fundamental questions on how societies will need to manage identity in a post-COVID era. Interested parties can register for the webinar here.
- Data for Health (D4H) will hold the last webinar in its Data for COVID-19 Series on "Understanding and Using COVID-19 Models to Help Make Informed Decisions". The webinar will occur on 10 June at 8:00 a.m. (EST). More information and registration can be found here.
- For those unable to catch Plan International's webinar on OpenCRVS: Product capabilities and technical deployment, the recorded version is now available on YouTube.
- During April and May of this year, Bloomberg Philanthropies Data for Health (D4H) conducted a series of webinars on Data for COVID-19. The webinars and session slides (in English, French & Spanish) are available here.
- UNICEF is currently seeking a consultant to conduct a legal analysis of sex discrimination in CRVS laws and practice. The consultant will develop a technical paper, in which s/he will conduct a legal analysis of all countries with gender discriminatory provisions in civil registration and vital statistics laws. The technical paper should aim to provide an evidence-backed number of countries where such gender discrimination exists in law. More information can be found on UNICEF's job site.