Digital civil registration and legal identity systems: A joined-up approach to leave no one behind
An overview of trends in civil registration and vital statistics (CRVS). To deliver the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), how can we ensure everyone is counted?Read Online Downloads
An overview of trends in civil registration and vital statistics (CRVS). To deliver the Sustainable Development Goals, how can we ensure everyone is counted?Read the executive summary
Introducing the relationship between the Agenda 2030 pledge to leave no one behind and CRVS.Read chapter one
Birth registration coverage for poor and disadvantaged people
Learn about trends in coverage of birth registration and populations at risk of being left behind from the available survey data.Read chapter two
Delivering digital CRVS and legal identity systems
Find out about progress towards delivering digital CRVS and legal identity systems, with case studies from Benin and Nigeria.Read chapter three
Towards a new monitoring framework for CRVS
Read about a proposed framework to monitor the global commitment to universal civil registration and legal identity and learn about efforts in India to improve the quality of registrations.Read chapter four
Conclusions and recommendations
There are opportunities to better monitor registration data and make better use of household surveys to access those at risk of being left behind.Read chapter five
Abbreviations and acronymsRead appendix one
MethodologyRead appendix two
Economic poverty trends: global, regional and national
Poverty is complex and it can be described and measured in a variety of ways. In this factsheet we unpack some of the key terminology alongside the latest trends in poverty at the global, regional and national levels.
Measuring the state of civil registration and legal identity
In this paper we propose an efficient new system to monitor digital civil registration and vital statistics (CRVS) and legal identity systems.
Harmonising registration and identification in emergencies in Somalia
In this report we look at cash transfer programmes in Somalia and how data systems could be harmonised to better support them.