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Projects from India, indonesia, Ghana win GovTech Prize

Latest News Dubai 23 Feb 24
Projects from India, indonesia, Ghana win GovTech Prize
Dubai: Projects from India, Kazakhstan, Ghana, Indonesia win GovTech Prize
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Event Location
Dubai, Dubai
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Dubai
Start Time
23 February 2024, 12:00 AM
End Time
31 March 2024, 12:00 AM
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During the second day of the World Government Summit in Dubai on Tuesday, Projects from India, Kazakhstan, Ghana and Indonesia were crowned winners of the ninth GovTech Prize

The GovTech Prize, managed by the Emirates Government Service Excellence Programme (EGSEP) at the UAE Prime Minister’s Office, is designed to encourage pioneering students, researchers, government agencies and institutions, private sector companies and startups to develop innovative solutions and explore new opportunities for a better future for humanity.

The four winners were iRASTE, a project by India’s Ministry of Road Transport and Highways in the AI-Powered Government Services category; the Digital Family Card project by Kazakhstan’s Ministry of Digital Development, Innovations and Aerospace Industry in the Inclusive Digital Transformation category; the Education Outcomes project by Ghana’s Ministry of Education in the Education Services category; and the Health Services Platform project by Indonesia’s Ministry of Health in the Healthcare Services category.

Presented to central or local government entities worldwide, the ninth edition of the award recognises creative and innovative solutions that address pressing challenges and create exceptional government service experiences.

It also recognises innovations in creating human centric government services experiences in the following categories: Educational Services, Healthcare Services, AI-Powered Government Services, and Inclusive Digital Transformation.

An independent jury team evaluated the submissions to determine the winners based on several criteria including level of innovation, impact, maturity, scalability and sustainability.

“The GovTech Prize reflects our approach of supporting efforts to lay the groundwork for the next generation of government services designed to make people’s lives easier,” Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of The Executive Council of Dubai, said.



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