December 6, 2018
More than 1.1 billion people in the world are unable to prove their identity and therefore lack access to vital services including healthcare, social protection, education, and a wide array of financial services. Among these invisible people — primarily living in Africa and Asia — more than one-third are children susceptible to violence, whose births have not been registered.
The inability to prove identity has far more severe implications than just not having access to the ...
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