Identity for Development in Asia and the Pacific
An integrated national identification (ID) system offers a means to fast-track the development process by providing the most efficient way to identify people in developing countries.
This report seeks to help governments assess the maturity of a country’s ID system and integrate it with development activities. A maturity model for a country’s ID management is developed and applied to seven countries in Asia—Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Pakistan, the Philippines, and Viet Nam—to assess the maturity of their ID systems. This report also provides a way forward for multilateral institutions—including ADB—to make the best use of ID systems in their operations.
- Executive Summary
- Use Cases of Identification in Selected Sectors
- Understanding the Maturity of Identification Systems
- Regional Study: Asia and the Pacific
- The Way Forward