OSFAC was launched as the GOFC-GOLD network for Central Africa under the Global Terrestrial Observing System (GTOS). Its primary objective is to support the management of natural resources and promote sustainable development by producing reliable land cover products, distributing satellite data, building capacity and providing technical assistance to implementing partners.
OSFAC operates out of a head office in Kinshasa and maintains a GIS/RS lab within the School of Agronomy at the University of Kinshasa. It works in close partnership with academic and research institutions in the region, as well as, international academic and research institutions such as: the University of Maryland, South Dakota State University, the Université catholique de Louvain and the Joint Research Center.
OSFAC Annual Reports
|Open Cities Africa Atlas|
|Diagnostic de la zone d’intervention du PIREDD / Sud-Ubangi, RD Congo|
|Développement d’un SIG dynamique sur l’évaluation de la vulnérabilité de la communauté et formation des agents de la CVM et de METTELSAT|
|Cartographie de la Stratification des Classes de Végétation des Forêts Miombo Haut–Katanga | RDC|