InaSAFE is free software
that produces realistic natural hazard impact
scenarios for better planning, preparedness and
response activities. It provides a simple but
rigorous way to combine data from scientists, local
governments and communities to provide insights into
the likely impacts of future disaster events.
InaSAFE was conceived and
initially developed by the Indonesia's National
Disaster Management Agency (BNPB) and the
Australian Government, through the
Australia-Indonesia Facility for Disaster Reduction
and the World Bank - Global Facility for Disaster
Reduction and Recovery (World Bank-GFDRR).
Indonesian Scenario Assessment for Emergencies
(InaSAFE) is a Free and
Open Source Software (FOSS) project, published under
the GPL V3 license.
As such you may freely download, share and (if you
like) modify the software.
Install and Use InaSAFE!
InaSAFE is a plugin for
QGIS. QGIS (and InaSAFE)
works on OSX, Windows and Linux.
You can download QGIS for free at
Once you have QGIS installed, you can install and get
used to InaSAFE in 8
easy steps! Open a recent version of
QGIS (1.7 or better) and do:
Plugins -> Fetch Python Plugins
Type InaSAFE in the
Tick the box next to the
Click the Install/upgrade plugin
Close the plugin manager and
InaSAFE should be installed and ready to use.
Watch the introduction movie to learn your first
contact us if you would like help running your
own courses or to see if there is a local course that
you can attend (currently this is mainly Indonesia
Disclaimer: InaSAFE has been jointly developed by Indonesian
Government-BNPB, Australian Government-AIFDR and the World
Bank-GFDRR. These agencies and the Individual software developers
of InaSAFE take no responsibility for the correctness of outputs
from InaSAFE or decisions derived as a consequence.
InaSAFE Video Wall
The video above provides a short introduction
Dr. Trevor Dhu demonstrating
Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono
at the 5th Asian Ministerial Conference on
Disaster Risk Reduction held in Yogyakarta,
Indonesia, October 2012.
Dr. Trevor Dhu explains the partnership approach
to impact assessment being taken by the Australian
We are proud to present the immediate release
of InaSAFE 2.0.