WURI Project: Registration operators preselected in Togo

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Tuesday, 05 March 2024 16:42
WURI Project: Registration operators preselected in Togo

(Togo First) - The West Africa Unique Identification for Regional Integration and Inclusion project just reached a new milestone in Togo. Registration operators (OPE) and supervisors for the project have recently been preselected.

According to the INSEED, a key partner on the project, preselected OPEs and supervisors will be tested across the country, from March 5 to March 15, 2024. 

Testing sites picked by the INSEED include Attiegou and Adidogome in greater Lomé, and across the Maritime, Plateaux, Central, Kara, and Savanes regions.

OPEs and supervisors who pass the tests must show up at their designated centers with valid IDs. 

The biometric ID project aims to provide each resident with a unique identification number, streamlining interactions with various sectors and bolstering national identity.

The project received a $72 million investment from the World Bank. It is steered by the Ministry of Planning, Development, and Cooperation (INSEED) and the Ministry of Digital Economy and Digital Transformation (ANID).

It is worth noting that the project should have commenced in Q4 2023, according to the National Agency for Identification (ANID).

Ayi Renaud Dossavi

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