Presentation on theme: "UNIQUE PATIENT ID BRAINSTORMING MEETING ON 10 TH NOVEMBER 2009 AT MAMBA VILLAGE, NAIROBI PRESENTATION FROM NATIONAL REGISTRATION BUREAU BY KENNETH NDUATI."— Presentation transcript:
UNIQUE PATIENT ID BRAINSTORMING MEETING ON 10 TH NOVEMBER 2009 AT MAMBA VILLAGE, NAIROBI PRESENTATION FROM NATIONAL REGISTRATION BUREAU BY KENNETH NDUATI
WHICH UNIQUE ID SYSTEM IS YOUR ORGANIZATION USING? Answer: The Kenya Identification System Comprising of: Provincial Administration Vetting Committees Registration officer Production Centre Finger prints ID number Civil status data Application number Field
HOW IS THE UNIQUE NUMBER ASSISGNED TO THE SYSTEM? ANSWER: The identification number is currently a serialized number with no probability of duplication.
WHAT ARE THE STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES OF THE SYSTEM YOU ARE USING? ANSWER: Strengths: No possibility of duplicating the identity card number The number is linked to civil data, face, fingerprint and the application Weaknesses: Old generation identity card numbers that were duplicated Processes that are partly manual No family tree in the system No parents and husbands names in 1 st generation records
WHAT ELECTRONIC SYSTEM ARE YOU USING? ANSWER: A 3 tier client architecture with: Identification subsystem AFIS subsystem (Automated fingerprint identification system) Production system Alien subsystem All interconnected to a LAN
DOES THE SYSTEM HAVE A LINK WITH OTHER FAMILY MEMBERS? ANSWER: Yes but only the fathers, mothers and husbands name. Clan and family names are also indicated.
HOW DO YOU PREVENT DUPLICATION OF CLIENTS INFORMATION? ANSWER: Finger print classification and identity card numbers assignment. You cannot avoid duplication of names.
HOW DO YOU AVOID MULTIPLE ASSIGNMENT OF UNIQUE IDS? ANSWER: The system generates a sequential number.
WHAT TOOLS ARE YOU USING TO ACCESS CLIENTS INFORMATION ANSWER: Identity card number Application number Names Special Cases Finger prints
HOW DO YOU PREVENT FRAUD? ANSWER: Through AFIS Vetting committees A database for all refugees and aliens Database for all registered Kenyans
WAY FORWARD Introduction of a 3 rd generation Card with computerized processes. Enrolment will be done online Stakeholders will be connected to our database but only for the relevant information Introduction of a family tree Clean up current data Introduction of a unique intelligent number for NPRs Some information will be embedded in the ID/Card