The ID4Africa Movement is driven by the need to establish identity-for-all, not just as a legal right (consistent with SDG 16.9), but also as a practical necessity to enable inclusive access to services in Africa. ID4Africa believes that service-oriented identity ecosystems built on the respect of privacy and human rights are essential for growth of digital economies and will become even more crucial as African countries move to implement the provisions of the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCTA).
// Community and Culture
Having established, and in maintaining a connected and active identity community, ID4Africa has made a significant impact on the direction of identity matters across Africa. Our yearlong activities are mission-centric and deliver thought leadership, capacity building, advocacy and knowledge sharing. While numerous are the activities that contribute to these objectives, reuniting a substantial portion of the community face-to-face at our Annual General Meeting, remains a principle occupation for ID4Africa.