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Why digital public infrastructure can be a gamechanger for children

Children play outside their home in Congo, a digital public infrastructure could help improve their life outcomes

Digital public infrastructures can enable access to protection and health services, reduce poverty and boost educational access for children worldwide. Image: © UNICEF/ UN0745870/ Bashizi

Chris Larsson
Chief Information Officer, UNICEF
Fui Meng Liew
Chief Digital Centre of Excellence, UNICEF
Carolin Frankenhauser
Technology for Development Officer, UNICEF
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