How MOSIP’s technology is making the world more inclusive

Harnessing digital technology for public good: An Indian CTO’s story

Ramesh Narayanan, who saw a computer for the first time as a college student, shares how he has melded a passion for technology with a desire to help others. As chief technology officer at MOSIP, which stands for Modular Open-Source Identity Platform, he is a leading force behind a digital ID system that any country can use and customize.

MOSIP is already providing millions of people in low- and middle-income countries with proof of identity that allows them greater access to government services, jobs, education, and other important opportunities.

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