On May 24-26, GenKey will be participating in ID4Africa 2016, which will take place in Kigali, Rwanda. Sales representatives from GenKey will be present at booth B3 to provide the latest information about GenKey’s biometric solutions for large scale identity programs, such as elections, healthcare and social protection. At the conference, GenKey’s CEO, Michiel van der Veen, will present strategies to realize a vision for identity within the African context. GenKey’s presentation is scheduled for Day 1 of the forum (Tuesday, 24 May) at 17:35.
ID4Africa is the Annual Pan-African Forum & Exposition on digital identity (eID) and its applications for driving socio-economic development in Africa. This year, it is hosted by the National Identification Agency (NIDA) of The Republic of Rwanda. The theme of this year’s forum is “Developing Successful eID Schemes: The Practical Guide”. The forum covers Africa-specific issues such as financial inclusion, voter registration, cross-border eID and benefits distribution.
We work with governments and their partners to help millions of people across Africa to register and verify their identity. Our 3 step approach is proven to deliver large scale ID programs across a wide range of markets, including elections,healthcare and civil registry to name a few.
There are 1.5 billion people with no legal identity. Access to a legal identity is one of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. It calls for every person to have a legal identity by 2030. It’s GenKey’s mission to help bring about ‘Identity for all’.