Held in Kampala on 7th July, the meeting drew support from the United Nations African Institute for the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders (UNAFRI); the Bank of Uganda; and the Univers... Read More
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“The sense of the company we got of the company, in talks with them, they seem like a really cohesive group of people using a sophisticated technology to solve a pressing set... Read More
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What specific use cases today's meeting will cover aren’t immediately apparent, though blockchain has long been seen as an enabler of change in gov... Read More
“The global development field needs access to an entity or system that is scalable, secure, flexible, cost efficient and sustainable in the long run,” it said at the time.
“When it comes to UNDP’s ... Read More
UNICEF goes on to highlight existing projects focused on identity and remittances – two areas the organization has said in the past represent key use cases.
A terms of reference sheet published las... Read More
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