- By 2012, only 29% of the rural population of #Cambodia had access to #sanitation. @iDEorg set out to change that: https://t.co/QG2PbmhlPC https://twitter.com/GSMAm4d/status/746350013475885056
- A use case for agricultural #mobile financial services - explore a weather index based #insurance: https://t.co/XolxYWAXxR #ICT4D #mAgrihttps://twitter.com/GSMAm4d/status/746312373321998336
- Here is what you missed from last week’s #Afrobytes conference in Paris: https://t.co/FqptY69rKg #EcosystemAcc https://t.co/t9JKFJfKCq https://twitter.com/GSMAm4d/status/746291873908658176
- How can #mobile be used to transform the lives of #women? https://t.co/aDEPUWDfwU @gatesfoundation #ConnectedWomenhttps://twitter.com/GSMAm4d/status/746255373787607040
- How to create robust #businesscontinuity plans for MNOs - next in the blog series exploring the #BCM report: https://t.co/PHeMC5kHYW https://twitter.com/GSMAm4d/status/746021370715332608
Digital Identity Programme
Enabling digital identity through the power of mobile
Our mission is to leverage mobile as a solution for a unique, secure and scalable form of identity, catalysing greater socio-economic impact in emerging markets.
Proof of identity is a prerequisite to socio-economic development and essential to accessing basic services, adding value to millions of lives. The GSMA Digital Identity programme is working with mobile operators, governments and the development community to demonstrate the opportunities, barriers and value of mobile as a scalable and trusted solution to providing a unique and secure identification.
We aim to use mobile to enable a trusted and robust digital identity for the underserved, leading to greater social, political and economic inclusion and bringing visibility to the people and places where it matters most.
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