Putting Lesotho on the map

Since 2014 over 800 volunteers have been putting Lesotho on the world map. The project was born out of a need for a free, open and accessible spatial data shared beyond or within Government agencies in the Kingdom of Lesotho. MapLesotho has been changing this rapidly and is continuing to reinforce Lesotho as Africa's most mapped country on OpenStreetMap.

How to apply QGIS in Lesotho planning(urban design)

16 March 2017 | by fifiQn
We will always give a very special thanks to the Fingal County Council and Fingal Team for the most appreciated skills and training they have equipped us Assistant Physical Planners with so far. Right now we are able to make any kind of maps depending on the requirement out of open street map data. Out of open street map, we are also able to run spatial analysis to make a profile of the planning area and also, make Local Area Plans.
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