Cameroon – IT systems: Israel offers her expertise in the computerization of civil registry

Written by Deckson N.

The company NIP Global Limited, flagship of the Israeli ingenuity in computer systems, aims to support the Government in this process.

The subject was on Monday at the menu between a team of Israeli experts and the Director General of the National Registry Office (Bunec) Yomo Alexandre Marie. The Israeli company NIP Global Limited offers the Cameroonian Government a basis of computerized and centralized data. “This is to make the recording of births, deaths and marriages from 2700 primary and secondary registration centers in the country and share this information with the main state organs of planning,” says this Wednesday the national daily Cameroon Tribune.

Moreover, the proposed device could facilitate the rapid registration information related to civil status and issuing identification numbers to persons enrolled. For the team of NIP Global Limited, led by its manager Renven Canfi, the goal is to “wipe duplication and fraudulent information into the system to control migration of citizens and promote their citizenship,” we learn.

The Israeli Ambassador to Cameroon, Ran Gidor, presented the company as “the best performing in Israel in setting up databases and proposal of appropriate and cheaper solutions for the management of civil status. An encouraging offer for our partner that is Cameroon “said Cameroon Tribune.

For his part, the Director General of Bunec, Yomo Alexandre Marie, said the project to computerize the civil registry “connects to all the reforms undertaken by the Government to modernize the civil registration system in Cameroon “. The National newspaper said the MD of Bunec and experts have conducted on Tuesday and raided several vital centers of Yaounde to assess its functioning and better consider their future collaboration.

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