ID4Africa is an Identity-for-all Movement that accompanies African nations on their journey to develop robust and responsible Identity ecosystems in the service of development and humanitarian action. It is a tripartite with representation from African governments, development agencies and industry.
ID4Africa was motivated by the need to develop identity-for-all not just as a legal right but as a practical necessity to enable inclusive access to services in society. The Movement believes that robust, service-oriented identity ecosystems built on respect of privacy and human rights are essential for growth of digital economy, and will become even more critical as African nations move to implement the provisions of the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCTA).
// The Annual Meeting
ID4Africa holds an Annual Meeting to allow the Identity community to share information, report on progress, define priorities and policies and exchange experiences and best practices that could help advance national efforts across the Continent towards our collective goal of identity-for-all.