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ID4Africa Annonces 1st Batch of Speakers
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 This year’s program "Pathways to Digital Identity," recognizes that there is NO unique way to arrive at a digital identity scheme; instead it explores the range of options available depending on what identity assets and capacity a country has that can be leveraged. It aims to share pertinent experiences that serve as reference architectures that can be customized and repeated in other African countries. 
The program features an unprecedented number of tracks and presentations from world class experts and thought leaders.

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Below is the first batch of 13 government and international agency speakers: 
Stay tuned for the next batch of presentations, visit our website for frequent updates.
THE WORLD BANK ASSESSMENT OF ID SYSTEMS IN AFRICA
Robert Palacios, Group Thematic Leader, The World Bank
INTEGRATION OF SERVICES WITH THE NATIONAL IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM, UGANDA'S CASE
Prof. Peter Kasenene, Chairman of the Board of Directors, National Identification and Registration Authority, Uganda
LESSONS LEARNED AND CHALLENGES IN THE HARMONIZATION OF DATABASES TO ENABLE INCLUSION
Alphonce Malibiche, Ag. Director, National Identification Authority, Tanzania
THE ID4D INITIATIVE: PROGRESS AND THE ROAD AHEAD
Vyjayanti Desai, ID4D Initiative Program Manager, The World Bank
DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION: A PILLAR IN THE DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY OF THE AFD
Gwenael Prie, Telecom & ICT Project Manager, Agence Française de Développement
THE BELGIAN GOVERNMENT'S STRATEGY AND POLICY ON SUPPORTING DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA
Frank Leyman, Manager, International Relations, FEDICT, Belgium
IDENTITY SYSTEMS AS A CONCRETE DEVELOPMENT PRIORITY 
Samatar Omar Elmi, Senior ICT Engineer, African Development Bank
OVERCOMING IDENTITY DATA INTEGRATION CHALLENGES
Aliyu Aziz, Director General/CEO, National Identity Management Commission, Nigeria
DO FINGERPRINT BIOMETRICS WORK IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES?
Dan Storisteanu, Research Fellow at Darwin College, University of Cambridge
OVERCOMING IDENTITY SYSTEMS DEPLOYMENT CHALLENGES IN THE SOUTH SUDAN
Lt. Colonel Deng Kuol Deng, Director of ICT, Ministry of Interior, South Sudan
IDENTITY IN FINANCIAL SERVICES: A TWO TRACK MINI SYMPOSIUM
Alan Gelb, Senior Fellow, Center for Global Development
BIOMETRIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT OF UNIVERSAL HEALTH COVERAGE
Mohamed Mahi SY, Agence Couverture Maladie Universelle, Sénégal
FEASIBILITY OF USING INFANT FINGERPRINTS' BIOMETRICS FOR TREATMENT FOLLOW UP
Paul Macharia, Data Manager, Ministry of Health, Kenya
CHALLENGES OF PATIENT AND PROFESSIONAL IDENTIFICATION PROCESSES IN THE HEALTH SECTOR IN MALI: DO WE NEED AN OPEN DATABASE?
Dr. Ousmane Ly, General Director of National Agency of Tele-health and Medical Informatics, Ministry of Health, Mali
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