When we decentralise we can’t ‘prove’ uniqueness across a population group. There appears to need a some sort of centralisation ability for this.
From the Blog on data portability
Histories of interactions, if collectively accessible, could be extremely useful in helping the person establish or re-establish foundational identity.
But what would it look like if they were ‘holding’ the data about themselves, their families, and when they choose to, they can expose it to us?
The missing pillar of portability: We can’t talk about putting the ‘beneficiaries’ at the ‘centre of all we do’ without talking about data portability.
People work for NGOs to make positive change in society. However, often NGOs become focused on building walled gardens of self-preservation