We are very pleased to invite you on October 23rd to the castle of Rivieren for the 2nd annual General Assembly of the Mbeka foundation which will be followed by a charity dinner and dance.
We are already looking forward to your presence!
To ensure that this beautiful human and generous adventure continues, the profits of this evening will be entirely donated to the Mbeka Makosso Joseph Foundation (FJMM) in the DRC for the creation of a CEFA village (work-study training center) and its orphanage.
On the other hand, this evening will be an opportunity to keep you informed of the progress of the project “100 beehives for training in the DRC!
“(…) Modern philanthropy is the transfer of resources (financial, in-kind, voluntary) freely given by private actors to serve the common good and the general interest: health, education, solidarity, culture, environment (…)”
“(…) Many of us dream of becoming entrepreneurs, for example. Being an “entrepreneur” is accessible to everyone: men, women, whatever your origin, income, social situation and education, everyone has the right to launch his or her economic activity. To succeed, you must have a strong commitment to your project, a significant material and/or moral investment as well as a strong personality. The path of an entrepreneur is full of ups and downs, but it is by surrounding oneself well, that the summits will be reached.(…)”
How to do when you don’t know how to read or express yourself in writing?
You will say to me, but it is the base “to read & write”, we learn that from our youngest age. Yes yes, but unfortunately not for everyone. As previously mentioned in the article “Handi…what? All in the same bath, let’s promote inclusion”, there are visible and invisible handicaps that make us all more feverish.
Semlex For Education is very pleased to announce its new partner in education: Enneaboost.
To find out more, please click HERE.
Finally! The sun is back in Belgium and with the gradual lifting of health restrictions, Semlex Europe thought it would be the perfect time to organize a barbecue to bring all its partners together for a convivial moment.
With this turbulent year, some new employees had not yet met their colleagues, so it was an opportunity for some to meet, and others to see each other after several months of isolation.
Thank you all for this beautiful moment shared.
Let’s not look the other way, let’s collaborate because access to drinking water changes lives!
(…) During the World Summit on the Earth in Johannesburg in 2002, Jacques Chirac pronounced these words: “Our house is burning and we are looking the other way, we cannot say that we did not know. Let us be careful that the 21st century does not become for future generations, that of a crime of humanity against life. ” (…)
(…) Living in precariousness is not and has never been a primary choice for anyone. Unfortunately, we do not choose where we are born, that is to say, neither our country nor our family. 10% of the world’s population, or more than 700 million people, struggle every day to meet their basic needs such as access to health care, education, water and sanitation among other needs. The majority of people living below the poverty line ($1.90 per day) are in South Asia and sub-Saharan Africa. However, the developed countries (the richest) are not spared, more than 30 million children are growing up in poverty (…)
“(…) Avoiding identity theft and the commercialization of personal data are more than ever major challenges. (…) The Belgian company Semlex – with extensive expertise in the development, integration, operational management and delivery of biometric identification systems – has already provided its expertise in more than thirty countries.(…) ”
Thanks to The Brussels Magazine for highlighting these major identity issues.
To read the full article, we invite you to click on the link below.
Today we are very happy to announce that the Pump&Drink, a product invented by Sotrad Water and installed by Estia Synergie, has been selected by the Solar Impulse Foundation in the “1000 Solutions to Change the World”. What a pride to work with partners so concerned about the environment and the socio-economic development of rural areas.
We invite you to discover the Solar Impulse Foundation’s project by clicking HERE.
A Semlex participára ao 4a Fórum ID4Africa, que será realizado em Abuja, Nigéria, de 24 a 26 de abril de 2018.
Terámos o prazer de vos receber no estande B17!
O Escritório Eleitoral Dominicano explica como o Sistema de Rede Biométrica Semlex (BNS) é usado para coletar dados de cidadãos de forma segura, juntamente com o processo de inscrição para obter o novo cartão de identidade nacional eletrônico.d
A Semlex desenvolveu o BNS, um sistema único baseado em identificação biométrica e autenticação, permitindo diagnosticar ou monitorar automaticamente a identidade de uma pessoa com suas impressões digitais, reconhecimento facial ou imagem de impressão de íris. As últimas técnicas de impressão são usadas para a fabricação e personalização dos documentos: sublimação, retransferência e gravação a laser.
Os sistemas desenvolvidos pela Semlex operam em um ambiente de computação altamente seguro:
criptografia de dados (PKI), compactação de imagem, documentos fiduciários e arquitetura cliente/servidor cujos acessos são rigorosamente controlados.
Créditos de vídeo: Dominica Electoral Office
A Semlex terá o prazer de vos receber durante o 13° Symposium ICAO TRIP de 24 a 26 de Outubro de 2017, no estande 33!
A Semlex terá o prazer de vos receber durante o 3° Forum ID4Africa em Windhoek, Namíbia, de 26 a 28 de Abril de 2017.
Pode nós encontrar no estando D6!
Semlex terá todo o prazer em conhecê-lo no 12° Simpósio ICAO TRIP em Montreal, de 15 a 17 de novembro de 2016.
Pode nós encontrar no estando 21!
A Semlex terá o prazer de vos receber durante o 2° Forum ID4Africa em Kigali, Rwanda, de 24 a 26 de Mayo de 2016.
Pode nós encontrar no estando C9!
A Semlex participará a 11° Assembleia ICAO sobre MRTDs (Machine Readable Travel Documents), de 14 a 16 de Outubro de 2015 em Montreal.
Semlex assinou um contrato “B.O.T” (Build, Operate, Transfer) para a produção dos e-passaportes biométricos e o desenvolvimento dum Sistema Central de Identificação Biométrica para a República Democrática do Congo.
Instalação do controlo fronteiriço biométrico de Namacha, situado entre a Suazilândia e Moçambique.
Semlex terá todo o prazer em conhecê-lo na 83a Assembléia Geral da Interpol em Monaco, de 3 a 7 de novembro de 2014.
Semlex assinou um contrato “BOT” (Build, Operate, Transfer) para a produção dos documentos biométricos para o estado de Jubaland (Somália).
Semlex produzirá bilhetes de identidade, documentos de registo civil, oficiais, vistos, licenças de condução, chapas de matrícula de veículos e autorizações de residência.
Semlex met en place un système de gestion de contrôle biométrique aux frontières, et introduit le passeport électronique et biométrique malgache.