Accelerating Good Digital ID
The ID2020 Alliance supports programs that adhere to the principles contained in our manifesto and fulfill our technical requirements. Programs are accepted on a rolling basis and can be submitted below.
Health & Livelihoods in Mae La Camp
In partnership with iRespond and the International Rescue Committee, this program will offer a digital identity platform to the approximately 35,000 externally displaced residents of the Mae La Camp in Thailand. Through their digital identities, participants will be able to not only access improved healthcare services but also securely store educational and professional credentials.
Objectives: Assess if, how and to what extent this digital identity service leads to individual adoption, improved healthcare service treatments and better health outcomes for the camp residents.
Energy Access for Low-Income Families
This program, led by Everest and TNP2K, will provide a digital identity platform to members of 6000 disadvantaged households who qualify for government fuel subsidies. The platform is expected to enable households to obtain their allocated subsidies while reducing delivery inefficiencies, corruption and wastage.
Objectives: Assess if, how and to what extent this digital identity system leads to individual adoption, increased subsidy redemption, and improved efficiencies in distribution.
Our Approach to Projects
The ID2020 Alliance provides funding and other forms of material support for high-impact and high-quality digital identity projects that are privacy-protecting, user-centric, and designed for scale, impact, and replicability. Proposals are accepted on a rolling basis at various stages of development. Any individual or organization meeting the required application and evaluation criteria is welcome to submit a proposal.