ID4D Diagnostics

ID4D Country and regional engagement frequently begins with a diagnostic exercise—previously called an “Identity Management Systems Analysis (IMSA)”—of existing and planned identification systems. The ID4D Diagnostic Guidelines methodology was developed in collaboration with governments and development partners, and provides a

holistic approach to a country’s identity ecosystem, including institutions, technology, laws, policies, and practices related to identification. It is guided by the ten Principles on Identification for Sustainable Development, which offer a framework for the realization of robust, inclusive, and responsible digital identification systems.

Botswana

Botswana

Portrait of elderly man. Burkina Faso. Photo: Curt Carnemark

Burkina Faso

Cote D'Ivoire

Cote D'Ivoire

Ethiopia

Ethiopia

Guinea

Guinea

Photo: Peter Kapuscinski / World Bank

Kenya

Liberia-Photo:Dominic Chavez/World Bank

Liberia

Children in the village of Ambohimahatsinjo in rural Madagascar.  Photo: Mohammad Al-Arief/World Bank.

Madagascar

Fishermen

Mexico

Boys and girls in school, Morocco.Photo: Arne Hoel / World Bank

Morocco

Namibia

Namibia

Nigeria

Nigeria

Peru

Peru

Rwanda. Photo: A'Melody Lee/World Bank

Rwanda

Sierra Leone

Sierra Leone

Somalia. Photo: UNSOM

Somalia

Zambia. Photo Credit: Melanie Mayhew

Zambia