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Find here the presentations from the 4th Annual Meeting of the ID4Africa Movement held April 24-26, 2018 in Abuja, Nigeria.
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Plenary Session 2: The Identity Authorities

– Overcoming the Harmonization Challenge

Aliyu Aziz, DG/CEO, National Identity Management Commission (NIMC), Nigeria

– The Vision and Roadmap for Harmonizing Identity Databases in Tanzania

Alphonce Malibiche, Ag. Director, Identification Management, National Identification Authority (NIDA), Tanzania

– Scaling the Identification System in Côte d’Ivoire: A Roadmap

Diakalidia Konaté, Director General, National Identification Office (ONI), Côte d’Ivoire

– Reforming all Identity Management Practices in Benin

Iropa Joseph N’Goabi Konti, Director General, General Directorate of Civil Registration, Benin

– Liberia’s National Biometric Identification System (NBIS): A Platform for Foundational Identity

J. Tiah Nagbe, Executive Director, National Identification Registry, Liberia

Plenary Session 3: The International Agencies

– Moderator’s Opening Remarks

Dr. Joseph J. Atick, Executive Chairman, ID4Africa

– Towards Legal Identity for All: What the World Bank ID4D is Doing About It

Vyjayanti Desai, Program Manager, ID4D, The World Bank

– The Missing Millions: Children in the Global Identity Agenda

Jean François Basse, Regional Adviser, Child Protection, UNICEF Eastern and Southern Africa

– What is Good ID?

Yasemin Lamy, Intellectual Capital, Omidyar Network

– Identity Needs and Vulnerabilities of Displaced Persons

Nicholas Oakeshott, Senior Identity Management Officer, Programme Support Management Division, United Nations High
Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)

– The role of digital identity in enabling humanitarian assistance delivery: The WFP experience

Alexandra Cammareri, Regional Business Transformation Officer, The World Food Program

– A Quick Roll-out Strategy for eID Projects in fulfillment of SDG 16.9: the Malawi Case Study

Tariq Malik, Chief Technical Adviser, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)

Plenary Session 4: The Systems Integrators

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InF1: Civil Registration & Legal Identity

– Modernization of the National Registry in Gabon

Aimé Martial Massamba, IBOGA Project Director, Ministry of Interior, Gabon

– Turning the Civil Register into a Reference Database in Support of Identification and National ID Needs

Stephen Bekker, Projects Manager, NIP Global

– Legal Identity from Birth

Kristen Wenz, Child Protection Specialist (Civil Registration and Legal ID), UNICEF

– Civil Registration and Data Integrity

Anette Bayer Forsingdal, Director, National Population Register, Identification and Production Department of Civil Registration,
Ministry of Home Affairs and Immigration, Namibia

InF2: Harmonization: Foundation of Reform

– Orchestrating Harmonization: from Executive Order to Operational Plans

Lanre Osibona, Senior Special Assistant to the President, Nigeria

– Harmonising Multiple Tokens into a Single Lifetime Identity using Secure Blockchain Infrastructure

Tunji Durodola, Technical Consultant, National Identity Management Commission (NIMC), Nigeria

– Identification with Extended Feature Aggregation

Matthias Karl Koehler, Vice President TECURITY®, Head of Sales, Mühlbauer

– Standards at the Service of Sustainability and Interoperability of ID Systems

Debora Comparin, Market Development Manager, Citizen ID, IDEMIA and Secure Identity Alliance

InF3: Advanced Secure Credential Production

InF4: Regional Identity & Free Movement

– [Moderator’s Presentation] The Journey from National to Regional ID in Context of African Intergovernmental Initiatives

Samia Melhen, Lead Policy Officer, Global ICT Group, Transport & ICT, The World Bank

– Building Policy and Systems in Support of Free Movement across Secure Borders

Muhammad Babandede, Comptroller General of Immigration, Nigeria Immigration Service, Nigeria

– The Free Movement Protocol: the context of the ECOWAS biometric Identity card in the Community

Laouali Chaibou, Commissioner Trade, Customs, Free Movement and Tourism, ECOWAS

InF5: Financial Inclusion

– [Moderator’s Presentation] – The Role of Identity Schemes as Enablers of Financial Inclusion

Barry Cooper, Technical Director, Centre for Financial Regulations and Inclusion (Cenfri)

– Nigeria’s Progress Towards the Creation of robust, Trusted and Inclusive Financial Services Environment

Dipo Fatokun, Director Banking and Payments System Department, Central Bank of Nigeria, Nigeria

– Unique Identification for Credit Referencing

Ounzuba Kemeh-Gama, Technology Consultant and Project Manager, Regulations Department, Central Bank of Liberia, Liberia

– Ubiquitous Identity Confirmation as a Key Enabler for Financial Inclusion

Bruce Hanson, President & CEO, Credence ID

InF6: Designing High-End Credentials

– Physical Security Features in Modern ID & Travel Documents: State-of-the-Art-PC Card

Jerzy Dziemidowicz, International Sales Manager, PWPW

– Integrated eID Documentation Platform for Angola’s End-to-End Identity Management Needs

Eli Basson, EVP and Manager of the ID Division, SuperCom

– New Developments in Optical and Digital Government Document Security

Ilja Hofmann, Sales Director Africa, OVD Kinegram

– Nigerian e-Passport Trusted Identity

Olayinka Fisher, Managing Director, IRIS Smart Technologies Limited

InF7: Smart Borders

– [Moderator’s Presentation] Identity, Strong Borders

Frank Smith, Advisory Observer, Secure Identity Alliance

– Integrated Border Management: The Cornerstone for Effective ID Policies in Africa

Christophe Rapine, Director, Borders and Airport Solutions, IDEMIA

– Modernization of Cotonou International Airport: The Cornerstone of an aAmbitious Development Program across the Country

Alain Adjovi, Commissioner, Airport and Border Police, Ministry of Interior and Public Safety, Benin

– From the implementation of a Trusted Chain of Identity to the success of Smart Borders

Pedro Pinto, Sales Manager, Southern Asia and Africa, Vision-Box

– Rwanda’s Experience with enhancing Facilitation and Security at the busiest land border

Eric Byukusenge, Division Manager, Information Systems & eServices, Rwanda Immigration, Rwanda

InF8: Enhancing Government Efficiency

– Paying for Itself: Fiscal Savings from Robust Identification Systems

Robert Palacios, Global Thematic Group Leader, Social Protection, The World Bank

– The Social Register as the Foundation for Social Reform

H.E. Mouna Osman Aden, Secretary of State in Charge of Social Affairs, Djibouti

– Improving Governance using the Population Register as an Authentic Source

Dr. Extase Akpotsui, Solution Architect, Zetes

InF9: ID & Democracy Part I

– Biometric Elections in Poor Countries: Wasteful or a Worthwhile Investment?

Alan Gelb, Senior Fellow, Center for Global Development

– ID & Democracy

Grahame Saunders, Chief Technology Officer, Safety & Security Division, NEC Africa

– The Challenges of Harmonizing Identity Systems to meet Electoral Requirements in Democratic Transitions in West Africa

Richard Degbeko, Chief of Mission, Vice President’s Office of CENA, Benin

– Towards the Development of an Inclusive Large-Scale Identification System: the Case of Elections Cameroon

Patience Fule-Buang Elango, Chief of Public Relations, Public Relations and Communication Section, ELECAM, Cameroon

InF10: Security & Facilitation

– Evidence of Identity: The First Element of the ICAO Traveller Identification Programme (TRIP) Strategy

Ademola Oladel, Aviation Security and Facilitation Officer, International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)

– Benefits of Biometrics for Border Control

Ion Otazua, Solutions Sales for Africa, ID Foundation, Travel & Border, Government BU, Gemalto

– Securing Borders with INTERPOL Policing Capabilities

Cyril Gout, Assistant Director, Forensics and Police Data Management Sub-directorate, INTERPOL

– Advance Passenger Information (API): Enhanced Facilitation and Security

Kei Fukagawa, Programme Officer, Immigration and Border Management Division, International Organization for Migration (IOM)

InF11: Digital Transformation of Services

– Harmonization and Digitalization of Driver’s Licenses in Nigeria

Dr. Boboye Oyeyemi, Corps Marshal & Chief Executive, Federal Road Safety Commission, Nigeria

– Innovative and Revolutionized Solutions for ID Documents from Enrollment to Issuance

Dr. Roger Tai, Executive Vice President, Emperor Technology

– Connecting Citizens and their Governments: National Strategies of Document Digitalization in Africa: Case Studies

Vadims Teresko, Co-owner, Business Development Director, Banking and Mobile, X Infotech

– Virtual Identity: Am I really the one I claim to be?

Amaury Chasseux, Product Manager – ID and Vehicles, SURYS

InF12: ID & Democracy II

– [Special Keynote] Delivering Inclusive and Trustworthy Polls through Modernization of the Electoral Process

Prof. Mahmoud Yakubu, Chairman, Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Nigeria

– E-Voting (Electronic Voting): An Analysis of Scenarios and Preconditions of Success

Nicolas Jaouen, Business Development Manager, Infineon Technologies

– Election Technology made Affordable

Raul Correia, Business Product Manager and Solutions Designer, Smartmatic

InF13: Mobile Solutions

– Mobile IDs: Enhancing Citizen-to-Government Interactions

Joby Matthew, Sales Director – Middle East, Africa & South Asia, Government ID Solutions, HID Global

– Mobile as a Platform for Birth Registration

Adam Phidel Nkolabigawa,Senior Assistant Registration Officer, Registration Insolvency and Trusteeship Agency (RITA), Tanzania

– Where we are Today: Mobile is Here to Stay

Michael Edwards, Director Solutions Marketing, NXP Semiconductors

– Mobile Enrollment of Identity: Technology, Solutions, Experiences and Case Studies

Chimezie Emewulu, Managing Director, Seamfix Nigeria Ltd

DigiHealth 1: eHealth Platforms

– Moderator’s Opening Remarks

Prof. Peter Nyasulu, Executive Director, African Centre for eHealth Excellence, and Chief Researcher, Epidemiology Division, Faculty of Medical & Health Sciences, Stellenbosch University, South Africa

– Digital Healthcare Systems: an Overview of Available Healthcare _Platforms (DHIS2, OpenMRS, Bahmni, CommCare, etc.)

Sebastian Manhart, COO, Simprints

– Interoperability between EMR “OpenClinic” and DHIS1: Challenges and Lessons learned from Real Implementation in Mali

Dr. Ousmane Ly, Director General, National Agency of e-Health and Informatics, Ministry of Health, Mali

– Mobile as a Platform for eHealth

Jacques Besançon, Product Manager, Security Components and Vertical Solutions, HID Global

DigiHealth 2: Digital Identity in Health

– The Utility of Biometric ID in a National eHealth System

Dominic S. Haazen, Lead Health Policy Specialist, Health, Nutrition & Population Global Practice, The World Bank

– Challenges in Implementing Health Systems in Low and Middle-income Countries without a Patient Unique Identifier

Onsemus Kamau, Head, e-Health, Development & Systems Strengthening, Policy Planning and Health Care Financing, Ministry of
Health, Kenya

– Developing a Biometric based Unique Personal Identifier: The StoneHMIS Experience

Dr. Moses Ndiritu, Director, Afya Research Africa, Kenya

– A Unique Identifier for Patient Records in the Context of Strategic Plan of Digital Health of Senegal

Ibrahima Khaliloulah Dia, eHealth Division Coordinator, Ministry of Health and Social Action, Senegal

DigiHealth 3: National Health Systems

– [Moderator’s Presentation] – Use of Civil Registration/Identity Management System in Achieving Universal Healthcare Coverage

Samuel Mills, Senior Health Specialist, Health Nutrition & Population Global Practice, The World Bank

– Management of National Health Insurance Schemes: the Nigeria Example

Nasiru Ikharo, General Manager, Information & Communications Technology, National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS), Nigeria

– How the unique digital national ID delivers full engagement in the ehealth ecosystem – the Estonian experience

Piret Hirv, Head of Healthcare Technology Department, Connected Health Cluster Manager, Tallinn Science Park Tehnopol, Estonia