Digital ID, Trade & Economy (DITE) Program for Africa

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The Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) is working with the African Union Commission on a Digital Identity, Digital Trade and Digital Economy initiative to support member countries to fully harness their digital potential, and to exploit the benefits of digitalization for the continent’s development. This work is being done in tandem with the UN-World Bank joint initiative on Legal Identity Agenda, and also in collaboration with partners including Omidyar Network, Rockefeller Foundation and the World Bank. The work builds on ongoing work on the continent, including the strengthening of CRVS systems and the fostering of a vibrant and inclusive digital economy.

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