Here’s a selection of project highlights.
GenKey is giving a verifiable civil identity to 250,000 civil servants, students and pensioners.
We provided the ABIS system and technology to deduplicate 30+ million individuals.
GenKey is providing a daily deduplication service for Rwanda’s DGIE.
Being able to ensure that the Government of Niger is only paying legitimate beneficiaries is essential and provides a quick return on investment for the project. Moreover, the biometric registration will allow some future applications to be deployed, such as proof of presence and biometric identification for sensitive access control.
Director of PCDS
GenKey supervised the preparation of 63,000 Biometric Verification Devices (BVDs) for the authentication on the Referendum Day.
GenKey supplied 1,020 Biometric Voter Registration kits and a central ABIS used to register and deduplicate 7 million voters.
GenKey provided consultancy services for the audit of the existing election register that contains 19 million voters.
GenKey’s technology was used for online verification services for 21 million participants.
300+ Verification devices deployed to verify 70,000+ registered inhabitants against a National ID infrastructure.
17 million biometric voter registrations with 7,500 registration kits and nationwide voter authentication with 72,000 BVDs for election day.
Biometric registration enhances the quality of elections in the country, prevents multiple voting and averts potential conflict after electoral polls.
Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo
Ghana President 2019
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo verifying his identity on Election Day.
GenKey delivered 72,000 Biometric Verification Devices (BVDs) for nationwide voter authentication on election day.
GenKey’s technology was used for biometric voter registration and deduplication of 12 million voters.
Biometric registration brought about better management of the voters’ register. This resulted in smooth registration operations at polling stations and no instances of double voting were observed. The new registration methodology marked a substantial improvement in the transparency and credibility of the electoral process.
Commonwealth Expert Team
Cameroon 2013 Elections Report
“It takes about 20 seconds for a voter to go through the voting process" - The Ghanaian Times
6 million biometric voters registered and deduplicated with GenKey’s biometric solutions.
GenKey delivered an AFIS solution for 250 refugees camps all over the world with more than 7 million subjects registered.
GenKey’s technology was used to deliver the world’s first biometric voter verification.
Almost 2 million healthcare members registered, and growing.
23 million voter identities deduplicated by GenKey’s ABIS.
Through GenKey’s real-time deduplication system, we have prevented multiple registrations and built a clean, digital member database. The issuance of membership cards at point of registration or renewal has helped us eliminate challenges and costs associated with the distribution of subscriber cards. In addition, biometric authentication at healthcare providers is also preventing the submission of false claims and cutting down claims costs.
Director, Management Information Systems, NHIS
To date, we’re registered over 18 million people.
With partners, GenKey’s products have been successfully deployed in Elections in Ghana, Cameroon, Mozambique and Tanzania.
14 million biometric voter registrations with 6,500 registration kits, and nationwide voter authentication with 33,000 BVDs for election day.
It takes just 7 minutes on average to register a new health member, including card issuance.
GenKey issued 380 mobile registration kits to reach some of the most isolated parts of Ghana.
To date, our products and technology has helped to process over a hundred million identities.
A historic election, which witnessed progressive reforms with the use of a biometric voter’s register and biometric verification for voting which has been acclaimed by both domestic and international observers as free, fair and transparent.
John Dramani Mahama
Ghana President 2012
President John Dramani Mahama verifying his identity on Election Day.
GenKey’s products biometrically registered citizens prior to Election Day.
Read GenKey’s Biometric Election report
GenKey’s deduplication system prevented multiple registrations and identified bad enumeration practices that would have compromised the accuracy of the data.
National Coordinator, GNHR