Eleven first-mover countries have expressed their readiness to share experiences, best practices and even resources and infrastructure with one another within the framework of the 50-in-5 advocacy campaign.

Government representatives from these countries made the commitment during a virtual event on November 8 to kick start the initiative.

The 50-in-5 campaign is an initiative fronted by the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), the World Bank and a coalition of civil society, industry and government partners, whose goal is to have 50 countries fully develop and deploy DPI in a safe, inclusive and interoperable manner in the next five years.

Participating countries will be open to sharing knowledge, experiences and best practices with the sole objective of shortening the time needed for them to complete their DPI implementation.

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