What are biometrics and how can it be responsibly used to help tackle malaria?
Used well, biometrics can provide the data needed to trace malaria vaccine delivery, as well as other vaccine usage, verify coverage and reduce dropouts.
Simprints is a non-profit technology company building biometrics for digital identification at the last mile. It partners with impact organizations like Gavi, BRAC, Mercy Corps, and the Ethiopian Ministry of Health to reach the millions of people who are currently falling through the cracks of essential service delivery. Its goal is to radically disrupt the inaccurate way progress on the Sustainable Development Goals is currently tracked and delivered, instead building a world where every person – not guesswork – counts in the fight against poverty.