Mozambique, a country located in Southern Africa, has a population of more than 30 million. It held its first democratic elections in 1994, and has continued to do so as it upholds the rule of the popular vote.
A real challenge for the pilot was to enroll voters on the field and in towns and whole countryside, and to instantly identify voters who register more than once.
Together with our partner, we implemented a biometric voter registration platform for local, provincial and national elections in Mozambique. The aim was to prevent duplicate votes and to ensure elections take place in the utmost democratic environment.