Risks and Threats related to data sharing in Humanitarian Cash and Voucher Assistance [Webinar]
In this webinar, the Engine Room presents some of their key findings and observations on research into key risks and threats related to data sharing in CVA. The presentation is followed by questions from participants, and a facilitated discussion focused on what decision-makers in the sector should consider going forward.
Experiences from Dignified Identities (DIGID) in Migration, Cash Assistance and Healthcare
The Kenya Red Cross Society (KRCS), Uganda Red Cross Society (URCS), Save the Children Kenya (SC-K) and IFRC with the support of the Dignified Identity in Cash Assistance (DIGID) Consortium hosted a webinar on 15 February 2023 as part of the Webinar Series on DIGID transition from pilot to scale. During the webinar, speakers from the KRCS, URCS and SC-K shared their experience on implementing the DIGID solution in the migration contexts in Kenya and Uganda to provide cash assistance and continuity of health care to migrants including IDPs, Refugees, Asylum Seekers, and member of host communities. Speaker from the IFRC shared a global overview on migration and opportunities of digital credentials in humanitarian action.
Humanitarian Digital Identities and DIGID Project in Kenya
This webinar introduces a digital solution for people who do not have a legally recognised ID and who are often left out of humanitarian assistance programs because they do not meet the minimum requirements by financial service providers.
DIGID: 2nd Kenya Lessons Learned Webinar – Data protection
This webinar focuses on the data protection considerations and lessons from the Dignified Identities in Cash Assistance (DIGID) project in Kenya
DIGID: 3rd Kenya Lessons Learned Webinar – Interoperability of tech & NGOs
This webinar focuses on the importance of interoperability of technologies as well as interoperability within the NGO sector and lessons from the Dignified Identities in Cash Assistance (DIGID) project in Kenya.
Interoperability in Humanitarian Cash Assistance
In this discussion, the speakers present key findings from landscape mapping and discuss use cases and technical and non-technical blockages and challenges to overcome to improve data sharing and interoperability. Drivers for organizations to embrace interoperability are also highlighted. The discussion expands to current systems in use and existing technology solutions that the initiative should investigate further to tackle interoperability challenges.
Interoperability and Data Portability in Humanitarian Cash Assistance Projects Presentation
The webinar discussed why interoperability and data portability in humanitarian cash assistance is important to donors and humanitarian organisations and what is next for the Interoperability initiative.