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eConsent Management
for Modern Institutions

Organ donation consent

The Public Health Authority of Luxembourg is building the next generation of digital healthcare services for all citizens by facilitating health data sharing between professional health providers involved in the patient care journey.

Using Zenlife eConsent turn key solution, the Public Health Authority can implement quickly the organ donation consent policy for the whole country with a full digital experience for all involved parties.

That's it ! No more paperwork !

Zenlife makes it simple to handle the consent life cycle end to end.

On this project, we are honored to be supported and funded by the NGI ESSIF-LAB - The Next Generation Internet, an EU-funded project and aims at advancing the broad uptake of Self-Sovereign Identities (SSI) as a next generation, open and trusted digital identity solution for faster and safer electronic transactions via the Internet and in real life.

Promote sustainable development Connect generations Decentralized administration
for Institutions 3.0

Sustainable and ecological village national pilot

Climat change is a reality and Vietnam has made strong commitment at the COP26 to promote sustainable and ecological development while reducing carbon emissions to zero by 2050.

In this context, Zenlife is proud to be part of the consortium selected to build the green wall and the pilot model of an ecological, sustainable village for the province of Ninh Thuan (Vietnam). Zenlife will provide the eAdministration solution to guarantee trust and to foster transparency relationships between the administration and citizens.

Furthermore, by combining AI, BigData, Blockchain and Self-Sovereign Identity technologies, Zenlife will give citizens a powerful tool to monitor and pilote the agricultural production quality and to protect the local product branding.

The consortium is composed of the Phu An Bamboo Village (UNDP Equator Prize 2010, sponsored by the Système Jardin Botaniques Francophones since 2016), Viet Nam National University of Ho Chi Minh City (VNU-HCM), Institute of Research for Natural Resource Conservation, Institute of the Forestry Ecology, Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology and many more experts.