Vital Records Management: Why Birth, Death and Marriages are vital?

In many Pacific Island countries, where resources are limited, accurate data on births, deaths, and marriages can be difficult and costly to capture, store and analyse. This is especially true when the data is captured manually using paper based systems as opposed to digitally. This tends to be a time-consuming, inefficient process and puts a lot of pressure on staff who are responsible for processing the applications, leading to delays and errors in the recording and management of these vital records.

Electronic Voter Enrolment & Verification System

Electronic voter enrolment and verification systems provide a reliable and efficient way to register voters and verify their identity. These systems use biometric data such as fingerprints or facial recognition to authenticate voters, thereby reducing the risk of fraud. Additionally, electronic voter enrolment systems make it easier for citizens to register to vote, particularly those living in remote areas or with limited mobility.