GeoAfrika Built Environment Solutions
DIVISIONS
CLIENTS
Implementation of the spatial integration framework and the revision of the current GIS based spatial equity tool
Implementing spatial integration framework and revising GIS-based spatial equity tool
Focus Project Management – for KZN Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs (CoGTA).
Focus Project Management, together with GeoAfrika Technologies have been appointed to support KZN CoGTA with the implementation of the Spatial Integration Framework (SIF) and the revision of the current GIS based Spatial Equity Tool (SEPT). This includes the analysis, testing and the updating of the existing tool to align with the new approach of Spatial Integration.
Tongaat Hulett Property GIS Support Service
Tongaat Hulett Property GIS Support Service
Tongaat Hulett Developments (Pty) Ltd
GeoAfrika Technologies has provided Tongaat Hulett Developments with continuous service since 2002. This support includes; provision of a full-time onsite GIS Technician, the provision of GIS resources as back-up to the onsite Technician and for supplementary work, the provision of a GIS Specialist to oversee the technical aspects of the support and the provision of a GIS Manager to manage deliverables and client expectations.
United Nations Population Fund - Adolescent and Health Service Mapping
United Nations Population Fund – Adolescent and Health Service Mapping
UNFPA
The UNFPA appointed GeoAfrika Technologies to map adolescent sexual and reproductive health, and HIV service delivery points and providers, and to provide a user-friendly GIS database and viewer that can be used to interrogate this data. The points were mapped in the 8 UNFPA supported priority district municipalities in the Eastern Cape and KwaZulu Natal: Ugu, Zululand, Uthukela, Umkhanyakude, Ilembe, Alfred Nzo, Amathole and OR Thambo.
Integrated Municipal Property Information Management System
Integrated Municipal Property Information Management System
Various Municipalities
The Integrated Municipal Property Information System is a Geographical Information Systems (GIS) web-based system that enables users to view and query municipal property-related information from multiple departments within a municipality from a single web portal. This system has been implemented at Ingwe and Kokstad Local Municipalities and all seven of the local municipalities that fall under the Amathole District Municipality. The system displays both spatial and textual information.
District Health Information System
District Health Information System
KwaZulu-Natal Department of Health
The District Health Information System provides an efficient and user friendly platform to support the monthly and quarterly reporting requirements of the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Health. Officials at hospitals, clinics and district and regional offices are able to set monthly and quarterly performance targets and to capture actual performance against targets.
Amathole District Municipality GIS Web Portal
Amathole District Municipality
The Amathole District Municipality GIS web portal consists of a traditional information portal and a number of customised GIS-based views. The views include an Integrated Municipal Property Information System that allows users to view and query detailed municipal property information in association with a number of GIS datasets that have been captured, gathered, integrated and maintained.
Municipal Environmental Profiles For 44 District Municipalities
Department of Environmental Affairs
The National Department of Environmental Affairs (DEA) appointed GeoAfrika Technologies, in associated with WSP Environmental, to undertake the compilation of municipal environmental profiles for all 44 District Municipalities in South Africa. The aim of this was to provide a better context of the municipal environment and to provide them with a tool to assist and inform development planning.
National Skills Fund Information Management System
Bigen Group
The National Skills Fund (NSF) portal is a web-based learner information management system. The system is made up of a number of modules that support the business processes of the NSF, as administered by Bigen Africa Services. The system tracks the progress of more than 400 registered learners. Each learner has access to the system and is able to create his or her own account and to maintain their information.
Verification of Existing Lawful Water Use Within the Inkomati WMA
Inkomati Catchment Management Agency
The verification of existing lawful water use is a requirement of the National Water Act, Act 36 of 1998. It enables the transition of water use entitlements from the previous Water Act of 1956. The process also quantifies the extent of current water use for catchment management purposes and to specifically identify unauthorised water use.
Usuthu Catchment - Validation and Verification of Existing Lawful Water Use
Usuthu Catchment: Validation and Verification of Existing Lawful Water Use
Inkomati-Usuthu Catchment Management Agency
The Inkomati-Usuthu Catchment Management Agency appointed GeoAfrika Technologies to manage and carry out the Validation and Verification of Existing Lawful Water Use, in terms of Section 35 of the National Water Act, in the Usuthu Catchment area. This project involved the generation and manipulation of various spatial and non-spatial datasets to build a per property water use activity profile for both current and defined historic periods.
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