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WISekey Global Clinton Initiative Commitment Status Report - In the past year, the company donated $1.5 million in cash and in-kind support to programs on migrant mobility issues in Geneva and Malaga, Spain. Since 2005, WISeKey and its partner foundation, the International Organization For Security and Electronic Transactions, have donated over $20 million in cash and in kind contributions to raise the global awareness of the importance of digital identity encryption technologies and standards.
The new projects will revolve around microfinance and the nascent mobile phone industry in developing countries. Partners organizations already include the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the GSMA Development Fund, Equity Bank, MPower Ventures, which enables money transfers through prepaid debit cards, and Tostan, a mobile banking services provider in rural West Africa. Wizzit Bank from South Africa and Western Union are also on board. The project will focus on 13 countries and over 20 million people in sub-Saharan Africa. The company expects the number of partners to grow. Due to this commitment over 10 million people are alraedy using Mobile Digital IDs from WISekey.