Ogun State in Nigeria started implementation in 2012 of their first digital Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI). At its core are new Land Information and Land Administration Systems, of which Kartoza was the core developer.
Kartoza and an extended team designed, built and maintained the InaSAFE QGIS plugin and supporting project infrastructure such as the web site and documentation system. InaSAFE is a tool for modelling and planning disaster scenario contingencies for floods, earthquakes, volcanic ash, hurricances and other natural disasters. It was initially developed for Indonesia with Australian funding as an intervention after the 2004 tsunami but can be used anywhere.