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Republic of the Sudan Ministry of Interior (The Sudan Civil Registration System) August - 2010.

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1 Republic of the Sudan Ministry of Interior (The Sudan Civil Registration System) August - 2010

2 Sudan Overview

3 3 3 NORTHERN ESTATE NORTHERN DARFUR RED SEA KASSALA NORTH KORDOFAN WEST DARFUR SOUTH DARFUR SOUTH KORDOFAN WEST BAHAR AL GAZAL NORTH BAHAR AL GAZAL JUNGLI EAST EQUATORIA NAHR ELNIL STATE EL GEDARIF KHARTOUM ELGEZIERA SENNAR WHITE NILE BLUE NILE UPPER NILE BAHR ELGABAL WEST EQUATORIA WIHDA WARAB ELBUHAIRAT Sudan Overview  One Million Square Miles of area  40 Million Population (More than 60% of the Population is under 24 Years of age)  (35%) Urban Population  A Federal System with (25) States.  And as of today Peace between North and South.  A gate way between North, East and Central Africa.

4 4 Sudan Overview  Sudan is a vast country, surrounded by nine different countries  It is definitely a very unique situation, with this: Almost all the inhabitances near the stretching borders are nomadic tribes, who truly have no motivations towards the politically drawn borders Also we find a lot of Refugees and asylum seekers originate from the neighboring countries, due many different reasons 4

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6 6 The Strategy  With all above in mind, although the CRVS has started in Sudan in 1900 the Sudan since 1998 planned a very strict strategy to develop civil registration and vital statistic system.  And in 2001 The first Law of Civil Rolls was issued, under which the duties of supervision and management were the Ministry of Interior act as leading agency.  The Vision was to adopt the latest IT technologies available to fulfill and produce the most modern Civil registration system.  The most important aspects of the message of the strategy were, compliance with the latest International standards and regulations, putting in mind the impact on Environmental constrains, Security issues, Social, Economical and Political prevailing situations. 6

7 7 Civil Rolls Objectives  To Improve the civil registration system that would provide more accurate and dependable evidence and information for the justice administration, public services, such as, issuance of national identification cards, passports and immigration administration, and updating public databases, like business and electoral databases with the support of information technology (IT) solution. 7

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9 9 9 The Civil Registration System (CRS)  The Government of Sudan, through the Ministry of Interior, has decided to implement a fully automated and centralized Civil Registration System according to the Civil Rolls Act  The functional scope of the CRS covers the following: Registration processing for the citizens and families Capture all incidents and events: Birth, Marriage, Divorce and Death. Development & maintenance of secured centralized consolidated database/ data warehouse. Generation and issuance of National Identification Number and issuance of Citizenship Certificate to all Sudanese nationals, including those holding the old Nationalization Certificates Production and issuance of Citizen ID Cards

10 10 CRS is the Heart of the e-Government Systems مشروع شبكة الإتصالات CNS E-Government Data Backup, Warehousing & DRC Solutions Outside world Web based CRS الرقم الوطني National ID No. Other Applications and Systems نظام البصمة Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS ) نظام الجواز الإلكتروني Advanced Passport System (APS) Other MoI Applications National Identity Card System (NIDS) Automated Border Control System (ABCS)

11 11 The Civil Registration System Information capturing and Maintenance Interface with other national systems System security and controls Backup and disaster recovery handling MDRC

12 12 Civil Registration System Structure

13 13 Project schedule Outlines legalization Civil rolls Law 2001. regulations of civil rolls 2005. Guides and orders For civil rolls. Civil rolls Law 2001. regulations of civil rolls 2005. Guides and orders For civil rolls. 1998~2005 Infrastructure 2002 ~ 2006 Establishment of the General Administration of Civil Rolls. Composition of the Advisory Council of the Civil Rolls. Building the operational structure  Formation of Registration committees Establishment of the General Administration of Civil Rolls. Composition of the Advisory Council of the Civil Rolls. Building the operational structure  Formation of Registration committees Basic Registration Basic Registration 2005 ~2010 Development of the implementation plan.  Project Finance.  Registration of 20Million citizens.  Building the main and other databases.  Establishment of permanent centers ( 25 states and 7 localities of Khartoum state and the HQ. of the Civil Rolls. ) Integration and updates Integration and updates 2010 ~ 2015  Registration of citizens events.  Expansion in the issuance of ID cards and provide means of identification of citizens.  Registration of 80% of citizens.  Establishment of the Civil Registry Centers at the level of the rest of the 127 localities. CRS Components and schedule Outlines

14 14 Sample of Some CRS Activities e-ID & Travel Documents factoryData Entry of old Paper Records CRS Main Data Centre CRS Secure Identity Documents

15 15  Accomplished Activities: Detailed system study and requirements analysis System design System development and test Setup of the main Data Centre Preparation of the CRS Network Preparation of the CRS sites  Activities to be fulfilled before December 2010: Training of all relevant Client personnel System deployment and operation Security Systems and controls Id card production and personalization equipment Registration of One Million of the population.  The following aspects are still to be finalized for the CRS: Facial recognition system Preparations of the Refugees system and commencing the registration process The CRS work activities

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17 17  The finance of capital and Operational Costs of the project.  The urgency of implementation due to various pressures, such as the rapid economical change in Sudan, the continuous population movement, and the regional political conflicts  The vast size of the Sudan and the stretched open borders  The encouragement of the citizens to register  Selection and proper training of the data entry agents  Problems related to technical know how of IT in developing countries and the question of settlement and developing Information technology. Challenges facing CRS implementation 17

18 18 Conclusion  The CRVS Project in Sudan fulfills the requirement of an integrated system that incorporates data acquisition, data verification, ID Card issuance and delivery to the applicant through biometric identification that meet the international standards.  Technical assistant from an international sponsors ( UN, AU, ADB,…) is crucial factor for the successful implementation of Sudan CRVS.  Financial is one of the limiting factors to implement the project successfully and timely.  The CRS is mandatory to create a positive public image to ensure its overall success, and is the vehicle for Good Governance  We are ready to share our R&D and experience

19 19 Thank You


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