Uganda: Teacher management information system reveals recruitment problems

A new tracking system has discovered that over 1,500 teachers are due to retire in six months will no recruitment plan by Government. Government schools have a staff shortage of 26,000 – 7,000 at the primary level and up to 19,000 for the secondary school levels. The planned recruitment of 4,000 teachers this financial year […]

USAID Report – Identity in a Digital Age: Infrastructure for Inclusive Development 

Part 1 From Digital ID to Digital Infrastructure Current Approaches to Digital ID Systems in Development Consequences of Instrumental DID Schemes Summary of Digital ID System Landscaping Part 2 Preparing for Futures of Digital ID An Evolving DID Landscape Biometric Advances Mobile ID Algorithmic ID Blockchain-Backed ID User-Controlled ID Trend Implications Systems-level Implications Recommendations and […]

Zambia: Registration of citizens key

Government says registration of citizens plays a key role in national planning. Minister of Home Affairs Stephen Kampyongo says this is why government is determined to ensure that all citizens are accounted for using national registration tools. Mr Kampyongo was speaking in Mauritania when he chaired the fourth conference of African ministers responsible for civil […]

OpenLMIS Streamlines Reporting and Reduces Stockout Risk in Malawi 

On August 17, the USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program-Procurement and Supply Management (GHSC-PSM) project rolled out OpenLMIS 3.0, a new web-based application replacing the increasingly cumbersome legacy database system, Supply Chain Manager (SCMgr). OpenLMIS simplifies and expedites the process for health facilities and service providers to report on health commodities in stock and in […]

New CRVS Knowledge Gateway

Learning Centre Topics Introduction to CRVS CRVS governance and architecture CRVS processes Cause of death in CRVS Improving quality and presentation of vital statistics CRVS tools Source: CRVS Knowledge Gateway

Overview of Indian Civil Registration System

Registration of birth is a right of every child and is the first step towards establishing her/his legal identity. It is compulsory to report births and deaths to the Registrar of Births and Deaths under the Registration of Births and Deaths Act, 1969 (Act No. 18 of 1969). Births and deaths are registered only at the place […]

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