At MOSIP, we recognise that every
unique requirements. Country adopters are offered two models of adoption over four basic phases,
for countries around the world with unique requirements, demographics, and capacities. Based on
need, MOSIP offers both Greenfield or Brownfield models of implementation.
Whether the need of the hour is of digital infrastructure developed and established from scratch, or
whether pre-existing systems and technologies are in need of consolidation and expansion, MOSIP offers,
models of adoption.
From the Ground Up
Offers countries the ability to adopt MOSIP and join its ecosystem of partners in technology and
academia. The modules are customised from scratch to enable all processes, from pre-registration
to issuance and verification, for all residents.
The Brownfield model of adoption offers a way to integrate the MOSIP platform with existing
databases or identity systems in the adopting country. Our team will work with local experts to
upgrade legacy infrastructure to modern digital identity systems.
PHASE 0: Ideation
MOSIP and adopting country asses and understand appropriate models and country needs, to
design a pilot.
PHASE 1: Pilot
The pilot programme offers an experience of all stages of MOSIP implementation in a specific
country’s context, by demonstrating ID life cycle on a predetermined population size.
PHASE 2: Learnings
The MOSIP team works with country partners to assess and document the learnings from a pilot.
learnings are applied in designing a national rollout plan.
PHASE 3: National Rollout
A country partner carries out a national rollout to register the entire resident population.
The 2nd most populous country in Africa, Ethiopia facilitated ID registrations across the country by
integrating the MOSIP system with an existing database of student records. Fayda, the Ethiopian national
ID, successfully imported pre-existing records of 550,000 students. This process, along with quality
assessment of demographic and biometric data, saved precious time and resources by eliminating the need
for manual registration.