Talking Interoperability

India

The session is a deep dive into the architecture of Kutumba, an Integrated Social Information System that facilitates seamless data exchange across a range of systems (e.g. social registry, identification system, beneficiary registries, integrated beneficiary registry, payment platform, grievance redressal system) to deliver social protection most effectively.

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Belgium

The second session of the dialogue series discussed the experience of the Crossroads Bank for Social Security (CBSS) achieving interoperability across 3,000 social sector actors in Belgium.

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Republic of Turkey

The third session of the dialogue series discussed the experience of the Republic of Turkey building the Integrated Social Assistance System (ISAS). Through the development of ISAS, Turkey standardized, integrated, and converted its previously paper-based social assistance procedures into an electronic system..

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Chile

The fourth session of the dialogue series will discuss the experience of the Chilean Ministry of Social Development and Family with its integrated Social Information Registry (Registro de Información Social – RIS).

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Cambodia

The fifth session  of the dialogue series discussed the experience of the Cambodian General Secretariat for the National Social Protection Council (GS-NSPC) in harmonizing digital social protection.

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France

The sixth session of the dialogue series will discuss the experience of the social security institutions, and in particular the National Old-Age Insurance Fund (Caisse nationale d’assurance vieillesse – CNAV) of France, leveraging interoperability techniques to integrate the information systems of individual social programmes and how they put into practice current trends towards the coordination of social policies and programmes.

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Zambia

The seventh session of the Talking interoperability webinar series will discuss the experience of the Zambian Ministry of Community Development and Social Services with the implementation of Zambia Integrated Social Protection Information System (ZISPIS).

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Brazil

The eighth session of the DCI Talking interoperability webinar series will discuss the challenges that Brazil faced during the COVID-19 pandemic and what was learned for the future in terms of supporting and developing public policies benefitting Brazilian citizen. The Brazilian state commissioned Dataprev, a fully state-owned company, to find digital solutions for creating more integrated social protection systems, crossing over 24 different databases.

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Ghana

The nineth session of the Talking interoperability series discussed the experience of the Social Protection Directorate and the Research, Statistics and Information Management (RSIM) of the Ministry of Gender, Children, and Social Protection in Ghana with its road map to Social Protection systems integration. They presented their experience on the process of rolling out and development of the national interoperable platform for the Social Protection management information system in Ghana and the ongoing work being done by the Vice President’s team on the integration of national ID, birth, and health insurance databases.

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Uzbekistan

The tenth session of the Interoperability Dialogue series  show cased Uzbekistan’s Social Protection Single Registry (SPSR), an integrated social protection information platform designed in 2018 by the Ministry of Finance. SPSR facilitates seamless end-to-end delivery of various programs, including digitalization of the processes of beneficiary registration, eligibility, payment, updates, M&E, grievance, and fund allocation through an integrated platform.

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Jordan

This session aims to introduce the Jordan National Unified Registry (NUR) Platform to the attendees. The National Unified Registry (NUR) in Jordan has started as a System Integrator that aims to establish a back-end solution to connect multiple government databases using the National ID which is widely used in Jordan.

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