Promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all and build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels


Our industry makes it easier for citizens to connect to their communities and government institutions. SIM-enabled digital identity allows individuals to establish a formal identity for the first time, participate in the formal economy and receive government services. Increased connectivity promotes understanding and tolerance by connecting different cultures and religions.


  1. Innovations in Mobile Birth Registration

    Securing a number of life-enhancing services such as healthcare, education, financial services, connectivity and social protections.

  2. Promoting public debate and discussion across Zimbabwe

    Kubatana strives for equal access to information and the inclusion of the general public in debate and discussion across Zimbabwe.

  3. Empowering mobile users with SMS-based applications

    txtWeb the world’s largest app store for text-based apps.

  4. Reconnecting Refugees through Mobile: Refugees United’s Platform and Partnerships

    Providing humanitarian relief through deployment of portable cell restoration solution to enable communications in disaster areas.

  5. KT: GiGA Island – Korea

    Giga Island has enabled language lessons through tablets and mobile phones for children.

  6. Bridging the mobile gender gap in India

    Telenor Group’s subsidiary in India is tackling this gender disparity with Project Sampark.

  7. Life Stories: Mobile birth registration in Uganda

    In most countries, proof of identity is essential yet in some areas, as low as 21% of children are registered at birth.

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