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Bawumia discusses digitalization with officers from Tony Blair Institute

 Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia has met officers from the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change and Oracle Technologies.

They mentioned numerous possibilities which might be to be had to leverage Ghana`s management function in digitalization. In a Facebook publish after the assembly on Wednesday, April 27, he said “Yesterday, I acquired on the Jubilee House, a group from the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change (TBI) and Oracle

Technologies led via way of means of Tony Blair, former UK Prime Minister, to speak about possibilities for leveraging Ghana`s management function in digitalization at the African continent to maximize advantages for citizens, neighborhood era companies and businesses. “I referred to that Ghana is now set to transport directly to the subsequent section of digitalization with our dedication to construct the contemporary virtual systems and use records analytics and synthetic intelligence to offer life-impacting answers for the regular Ghanaian.

“We are decided that Ghana will now no longer pass over out at the fourth commercial revolution.” Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has been championing the digitalization schedule as a part of efforts to boost the neighborhood economy. At the latest public lecture he delivered, Dr. Bawumia said, “Easily one of the maximum miserable visits I even have paid to a central authority workplace at some stage in my time as Vice President become to the Births and Deaths Registry headquarters. There without a doubt become inadequate funding withinside the institution. It becomes messy and it becomes sad.

“It grew to become out that the Births and Deaths Registry had 3 separate databases as registers for births and deaths and those databases had been in silos. It isn't always unexpected consequently that corruption and pretend beginning certificates thrived in this environment. “Thankfully, the procedure of digitization of the information is nearly whole and the 3 databases had been wiped clean up and integrated. Furthermore, we're integrating the births and deaths signed in with the databases of Ghana Health Service, National Identification Authority, Ghana Statistical Service, Immigration, and the Police so that the report of births and deaths ought to be steady throughout this database.

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