A new and innovative offline Digital Library was installed in Sayam Forage refugee camp in Niger, to provide access to numerous cultural resources for the youth.
In Pintolandia Shelter in Boa Vista, Brazil, UNHCR is testing RApp a new tool to improve the registration process and provide a better protection and assistance to refugees.
To face registration challenges in Angola, UNHCR is using the new anti-fraud features offered by its Population Registration and Identity Management EcoSystem (PRIMES).
In partnership with the Government of Canada, UNHCR has launched the first Global Virtual Summit on Digital Identity for Refugees.
In Mauritania, in the Sahel region of West Africa, the Global Distribution Tool is changing the life of more than 56,000 Malian refugees registered in Mbera camp.
UNHCR Population Registration and Identity Management EcoSystem (PRIMES) has been rolled out in Kenya, in the Government registration centres in Nairobi, Nakuru, Eldoret, Mombasa and Dadaab camp.
Data of more than 2.4 million persons of concern are now securely hosted in proGres v4, one of the core module of our central Population Registry. Our goal is that, that by end of 2019, all refugee data will be covered.
Karl Steinacker, who has been working in the past on UNHCR Strategy on Digital Identity and Inclusion, answered our questions on registration, identity management and on why trust will be a game changer in those domains.
The World Bank Group’s ID4D Initiative is launching a new innovation challenge to help bring good ID to all.
In this interview, Neil Clowes, specialist on the electronic identity regulations in the European Union known under its acronym eIDAS, provides his views on the role of UNHCR in trust management and assurance.