World Bank: Identification for Development..Harnessing the Power of Digital Solutions

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http://live.worldbank.org/identification-for-dev?cid=ECR_TT_worldbank_EN_AM16_EXTP

One-and-a-half billion people around the world can’t prove who they are. Without an ID, they face barriers doing everyday tasks such as opening a bank account, accessing social benefits, and getting health insurance. New technologies can help countries build robust and inclusive identification systems. Join the World Bank’s Chief Economist and panelists from governments and the private sector as they discuss how countries have developed identification systems to enable a range of key development outcomes.

FEATURING

Chief Economist, World Bank
CEO of the Unique identification Authority of India, (UIDAI)
Deputy Executive Director, UNICEF
Minister of Finance, Indonesia
Executive Vice President (Public-Private Partnerships), MasterCard
Chief Regulatory Officer, GSMA

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everybody must have an id or how the hell are we meant to keep tabs on all these slaves!

and you can combine it with a really handy mastercard..what a great idea!

“Without an ID, they face barriers doing everyday tasks such as opening a bank account, accessing social benefits, and getting health insurance.”

im sure an african or asian peasant isnt worried about getting health insurance..they are worried about eating food and having shelter..

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~ by seeker401 on October 7, 2016.

One Response to “World Bank: Identification for Development..Harnessing the Power of Digital Solutions”

  1. Reblogged this on World Peace Forum.

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