Liberia: National ID Registry to Issue Biometric Cards to Government Employees

The National Identification Registry is urging all employees and civil servants of government ministries and agencies to register and obtain their biometric ID cards to validate names on the government’s payroll. Speaking on Thursday April 5, 2018 at the regular press briefing of the Ministry of Information, Cultural Affairs, and Tourism in Monrovia, Director General […]

Basic Registry and Information System in Nigeria (BRISIN): one system to rule them all?

Over the years, the Nigerian Government has struggled to keep track of basic information and data of its citizens and residents which could be used for socio-economic planning and development purposes. The lack of a reliable grass root data and information infrastructure has led to some inadequacies in the realization of given government policies 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 […]

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 […]

Cost of Malawi National Id Mass Registration

The mass registration exercise shall be undertaken as a Project Unit coordinated by the United Development Programme (UNDP). The government of Malawi and Development Partners such as DFID, European Union, Ireland, Norway, United States of America and UNDP agreed to fund the project at 40 and 60 percent respectively via a UNDP Basket Fund mechanism. The […]