- .@eminischetti on Mapping the Gender Gap in Digital Financial Services Using a Gendered Customer Journey Approach… https://t.co/zmnqbN95Uu https://twitter.com/GSMAm4d/status/866670394077478916
- .@TMCGLtd runs a medical call centre providing services across seven platforms. Their blog explores the impact:… https://t.co/JlIZGfKTFm https://twitter.com/GSMAm4d/status/866626015778525184
- How @DialogLK puts farmers at the core of #mAgri service design in #SriLanka https://t.co/fcKBL9H4bz #M4D #ICT4D https://t.co/zTtk0aCkvW https://twitter.com/GSMAm4d/status/866603331631927297
- Join #ConnectedSociety @ipaccessLtd to find out about the multiple benefits of #infrastructure and #spectrum sharing https://t.co/WbhMxaPNnn https://twitter.com/GSMAm4d/status/866552999052705793
- In our new #ConnectedWomen report we set out a holistic approach to closing the #mobilemoney gender gap… https://t.co/jEjGxXMB6l https://twitter.com/GSMAm4d/status/865572847053291520
Digital Identity Programme
Enabling digital identity through the power of mobile
Our mission is to leverage mobile technology as an enabler of digital identity and associated services which provide social and commercial value in developing markets.
Proof of identity is a prerequisite to socio-economic development and essential to accessing basic services. Mobile technology is uniquely positioned to enable accessible and inclusive digital identity. The GSMA Digital Identity programme is playing a key role in advocating and raising awareness of the opportunity of mobile-enabled digital identity and life-enhancing services. Our programme works with mobile operators, governments and the development community to demonstrate the opportunities, address the barriers and highlight the value of mobile as an enabler of digital identification. Using mobile as a unique and robust digital identity for the underserved can lead to greater social, political and economic inclusion.
This initiative is currently funded by the UK Department for International Development (DFID), and supported by the GSMA and its members.
Aadhaar: Inclusive by Design – A Look at India’s National Identity Programme and its Role in the JAM Trinity
This report provides some context to the evolution and design of Aadhaar by exploring the identity landscape ...Read more
The ‘State of Mobile Data for Social Good’ report outlines the value of harnessing mobile data for social ...Read more
This report highlights key findings from the GSMA Digital Identity programme’s qualitative research in ...Read more
The ability to prove one’s identity is essential to securing a number of life-enhancing services such as ...Read more
Currently, over 1.5bn people lack any form of legally recognised identity and this disproportionally impacts ...Read more
The GSMA Digital identity team recently participated in the third annual ID4Africa Forum 2017 in Windhoek, ...Read more
In 2008, the Indian government established the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI), giving it ...Read more
To help make digital identity solutions and identity-linked services more inclusive and impactful, it is ...Read more
Using Mobile-derived Big Data 4 Social Good – Reflections from the UN’s first World Data Forum, Cape Town, January 2017
Earlier this month, the GSMA attended the UN’s first World Data Forum in Cape Town. The 3-day event brought ...Read more