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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.
In this case study we will explore four innovative mobile-enabled health solutions in Sub-Saharan Africa and ...Read more
This report, through an extensive literature review and stakeholder interviews, brings new focus on the ...Read more
‘Transforming Women’s Lives with Mobile’: A Panel Discussion Hosted by the GSMA at UNGA 2018. A ...Read more
This 6-page document provides an overview of the Roadmap for Digital Birth Registration. It is a guide for ...Read more
This case study looks at two start-ups that are using mobile technology to establish functional and ...Read more
The mobile industry has shown its commitment to supporting the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), while ...Read more
By Matthew Wilson and Jenny Casswell More than one billion people globally are unable to prove their ...Read more
Mandatory SIM registration: policy and regulatory perspectives in the absence of data protection laws
The mobile sector is creating a major socio-political and economic impact across the globe. In the past ten ...Read more
Digital identity opportunity in Ghana’s Ministry of Food and Agriculture’s Planting for Food and Jobs programme
In 2017, Ghana’s Ministry of Food and Agriculture launched an ambitious five-year policy framework to ...Read more