About Us



Who we Are



Incorporated as an integrated, innovative multi-disciplinary development consultancy firm on the 28th of February 2008, GEO-MIK professionally specializes in; remote sensing, earth observation technologies, geo-information services, strategic urban, rural and regional spatial development planning, natural resource assessment, land use cover change monitoring, land degradation and productivity monitoring, ecosystem mapping, air born surveys, coastal and marine vulnerability assessment, feasibility studies, needs assessment, baseline surveys, land surveying, training, research and capacity development, spatial application development, climate change and hazard risk assessment, master planning, resettlement action planning, real estate, land, property planning and development.

Our Vision


Become an international pillar and hub for geo-information technology, land and strategic spatial development planning solutions in Africa.

Our Mission


To allow our professional services in; geo-information technology, land and strategic spatial development planning solutions to be appropriately and effectively utilised to meet the multiple interests of our esteemed clients and stakeholders

Core Values



Innovativeness.

Team Work .

Customer Service .

Professionalism.

Commitment .

Apolitical.

Uphold Godly Values.

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Our Legacy




GEO-MIK is the pioneer and the only fully fledged corporate and innovative brand with integrated strategic spatial development planning, remote sensing and appropriate GIS solutions in Uganda with a truly regional focus. We are pleased to associate with the growing significant achievements, a sound track record of success and innovative approaches to business frequently exhibited through; the quality of our services and products, the positive feedback and fidelity we receive from our esteemed clients.

Our Motivation


For the last 13 years, our resilience and sustainability in the evolving and uneven market; coupled with the affirmative feedback of contented customers that we have served; motivates. This inspiration proliferates our team with the constant urge to continue offering clients across the spectrum the; robust, quality and timely services and products that adapt to the changing technology, emerging challenges and the dynamic industrial needs of the 21st Century.

Our Depth and Synergy


Irrespective of the scope of the assignments entrusted to us, we have in-depth and sound specialized understanding and the capacity to successfully deliver results that meet clients’ needs in compliance with performance, budget and the time plan. The capacity of initiating, building sustainable and strategic synergies and cooperation’s with local and multinational brands in E.O and other line sectors of our service and product portfolios; further gives us a complete competitive edge in undertaking any magnitude of assignments in the World.

Featured Projects



April 2021 – Ongoing: Preparation/Updating of land use and detailed plans for selected Neighbourhood in Kotido Municipality; survey and pegging of road Reserves and Land Parcels Earmarked for Other public facilities and replacement of road name sign posts.

Client: Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development, Kampala Uganda P.O Box 7096, Kampala Uganda

The World Bank in Partnership with DFID is supporting the Government of Uganda to implementation its National Development Plan II. The overall purpose of the Partnership is to support Uganda’s growth and sustainable exit from aid. It is expected that the partnership for the second National Development Plan will further strengthen this partnership, and consolidate the achievements from the previous initiatives.

Tasks & Deliverables

  • Conduct Strategic Environmental and Social Assessments (SESA) of the proposed project interventions on the participating urban councils of Kotido

  • To identify, mobilize, engage land owners and other key stakeholders, and involve them in project activities

  • Land use and land cover change monitoring/detection

  • Identify, physically demarcate and preserve road reserves and other areas earmarked for other public facilities

  • Enhance legibility of selected neighborhoods in the participating Urban Councils by clearly demarcating and labeling proposed roads on ground;

  • Establish road and other public utility committees in all the selected urban council

  • Prepare and or update for accuracy purposes detailed plans of selected neighborhoods from Kotido


July 2021: Training workshop in Geospatial technologies in land productivity monitoring

The training was organised by Makerere University and delivered by GEO-MIK Consultants Africa under the Global Monitoring for Environment and Security (GMES) & Africa Programme which is a joint initiative co-financed by the European Commission (EC) and the African Union Commission (AUC). The objective of the GMES & Africa Programme is to address the growing needs of African countries to access and use Earth Observation (EO) data for the implementation of sustainable development policies across the continent.

The training covered the following:

  • Introduce participants to GIS and Remote Sensing concepts and its application for the Land Productivity Analysis

  • Introduce the participants to the concepts of land productivity and how to estimate soil productivity for their respective countries

  • Train and introduce the participants on the Land Productivity Analysis Tools developed

  • Download the Land Productivity Model Plugin, inserting data and performing Land Productivity Analysis using the Tool


March 2021: Land use and land cover change monitoring using Remote Sensing and GIS techniques on settlement land Hoima District, south western Uganda

Tasks & Deliverable

  • Satellite Image acquisition, processing, classification and land use land cover change monitoring on 6 square kilometres parcel of land

  • Change detection for land use and land cover since 2000 to 2020

  • Field Verification, data collection and survey to project site

  • Documentation of the change detection and findings and prepare a technical report

  • Land cover change classification maps for the different years (2000 to 2020)

  • Present results and findings to the client and stakeholders


March 2020: Development of the Land Productivity Analysis Tools and Methodology for East Africa Region using Earth Observation Tools.

Project implemented under the Global Monitoring for Environment and Security (GMES) & Africa Programme which is a joint initiative co-financed by the European Commission (EC) and the African Union Commission (AUC). The objective of the GMES & Africa Programme is to address the growing needs of African countries to access and use Earth Observation (EO) data for the implementation of sustainable development policies across the continent

Client: Regional Centre for Mapping of Resources for Development (RCMRD).

Tasks & Deliverable

  • Develop Methodology of Land Productivity Assessment using Earth Observation Tools for the 10 East African Countries

  • Integrate multiple source geo-information as a tool for the analysis

  • Develop the land productivity Prototype Model (Plugin) accessible from the QGIS Plugin Repository by all users

  • Training of GMES & Africa Staff from the 10 East African Project Countries in GIS and Remote Sensing Tools developed

May 2020: Development of a real-time field pathogen Monitoring System for devastating Rice Blast disease in Uganda and Ivory Coast;

Client: National Crops Resources Research Institute (NaCCRI)

Tasks & Deliverable

  • Build a geo web platform that integrates the pathogen genotype information, procedures and potential environmental risk factors in diseases hotspot locations.

  • Linking of pathogen genotype information with environmental risk factors based on NASA-retrieved weather information and Implement as a user-friendly web application hosted in cloud-based infrastructure that will help Users to visualize, monitor, and retrieve outputs to guide local breeding or deployment decisions

  • Training of the user department in using the Rice Blast Web Portal and the Mobile Application

August 2018: Mapping and Updating all Self Help Group Approaches (SHG) Partner Locations and Project sites in Uganda (Western Uganda, West Nile Sub region, Elgon Sub Region, Acholi sub region, Teso Sub region, Central Sub region and Lango)

Client: KINDER NOT HILFE & SELF HELP GROUP APPROACHES (SHG)

Tasks & Deliverable

  • Extract and processing of high resolution spatial data and satellite imagery for the project localities

  • Data Analysis and data classification

  • Prepare the final maps on A1 scale paper medium

  • Final submission of results

Sept 2019: Land Survey, demarcation and marking out the 1.8km long buffer from the River Nile to the Juba-Terekeka Highway, South Sudan

Client: Trinity Energy Limited, Juba, South Sudan

Tasks & Deliverable

  • Prepare topographical map and establish the actual area and perimeter of the Land parcel

  • Clear boundaries marking two the straight and parallel lines from the River Nile to the Juba-Terkeka Highway

  • Establish three (3) Control Points

  • Generate cartographical and survey drawings

  • Prepare Technical Report

2016: Provide Satellite Imagery for the Multi Hazard, Risk and Vulnerability Mapping and Development of profiles and National and Sub National Hazard Atlas.

This is one of the key UNDP deliverables under the project ‘Strengthening Capacities for Disaster Risk Management and Resilience Building’. Since 2013, the project has Supported the Government of Uganda and in particular the Office of the Prime Minister, develop and publish the district hazard, risk and vulnerability profiles across the country.

Client: UNDP, Plot 11, Yusuf Lule Road. P.O. Box 7184 Kampala, UGANDA

Tasks & Deliverable

High resolution satellite imagery and spatial data processing and for 15 Districts of Uganda; Bwikwe, Butambala, Buvuma, Kalangala, Kayunga, Kyankwanzi, Lwengo, Masaka, Mukono, Nakaseke, Rakai, Sembabule, Kibaale, Kampala and Jinja.

June 2014: Consultancy services for production of GIS/Spatial Data (Satellite Images, Topographic Mapping and base maps generation for Lango and Karamoja sub regions in Uganda

Client: UNDP, Plot 11, Yusuf Lule Road, P.O. Box 7184 Kampala, UGANDA

Tasks & Deliverable

  • Supply of high resolution satellite images for Lango and Karamoja districts

  • Topographic Maps of Lango and Karamoja Sub region

  • Scanning and Digitising of updated topographic maps for Lango and Karamoja sub region

  • Production/Supply of Base Maps for Karamoja and Lango Sub region

2015-2016: Review And Update Of Lira Municipal Council Land use and Physical Development Plan implemented under the World Bank funding under the capacity building grant of Uganda Support for Municipal Infrastructure Development (USMID).

Client: Lira Municipal Council with funding support of World Bank under the capacity building grant of Uganda Support for Municipal Infrastructure Development (USMID). P .O Box 199 Lira, Uganda

Tasks & Deliverable

  • Prepare the necessary Base maps. These must be informed by accurate up-to-date spatial information obtained through verifiable appropriate methods such as topographic surveys, use of up-to-date satellite images and/or aerial photographs at appropriate resolution.

  • Facilitate Consultative and Training Workshops to project Stakeholders

  • Land use Mapping and Topographical Survey

  • Develop a Strategic Plan to be used as a tool and basis for all major planning and development activities i.e. budget preparation and service delivery implementation to ensure that the District’s resources are allocated in accordance with the District’s vision.

  • Clearly articulate the potentials for Local economic development of the respective towns, their comparative advantages and evolve priority interventions & strategies for development in the short and medium and long terms for which consensus must be generated with the respective local governments.

  • Identify and document all informal settlements and land belonging to the council including existing markets with a view to re-planning and the improvement of the existing neighbourhoods

  • Undertake, where necessary, mapping and digitization of topographic cadastral features and natural resources of the town.

  • Prepare Planning Area, Urban Physical Development Plan and Local Physical Development Plan Proposals at appropriate scales (including their respective reports) in accordance with the National Land Use Policy of 2007 and the Physical Planning Act 2010.

September 2013: Topographic and Settlement Mapping for Iriri Parish, Loprokocho Village, Nakichumet, Nabwal Settlement, Opeitolim Settlement and Kangole Settlement in Karamoja Sub Region.

Client: Germany Technical Cooperation (GIZ), Food and Nutrition Security and Conflict Management Project- Moroto –Karamoja. P.O Box, 140, Moroto Uganda

Tasks & Deliverable

  • Preparation of topographical maps for selected parishes and settlements

  • Production Digital Topographical maps

2015: Topographical Mapping and Physical Development Planning of Rubuguri, Kisoro District

Client: International Gorilla Conservation Programme (IGCP) In Partnership with Kisoro District Local Government

Tasks & Deliverable

  • Prepare Topographical map for the township at appropriate scale using AutoCAD

  • Update Satellite Image and Interpretation at Scale 1:50,000, 1:250,000 for the project area.

  • Prepare digital thematic maps for the area And Others Using GIS Software and adobe Illustrator Desktop Publishing Software for line maps.

  • Production of Cadastral maps for Titling for various Sporadic and Systematic Demarcation of parcels and developing Topological digital data for the systematic demarcation for different settlement areas

2015: Development of land use Plan/Master for the Customizing of Elegu Border Market Master Plan to Busia Boarder Market Site

Client: Ministry of Trade, Industry and Cooperatives with European Union External Actions and COMESA Funding, Uganda

Tasks & Deliverable

  • Collect and map the required data on the existing situation land, Utilities, like water, electricity facilities and road infrastructure

  • Conduct a Site Study, topographical survey, geotechnical study and analysis involving the environment, physical profile, hydrological, soil conditions as well as the socio-economic studies.

  • Prepare Busia Boarder Master Plan

  • Prepare and submit the findings the stakeholders and client

2013: Development of Yumbe Health Centre IV Master Plan

Yumbe District Local Government received funds from the Government of Uganda under PHC, LGMDP to be used for the acquisition of consultancy services for the master planning of Yumbe Health Centre IV and GBG training on monitoring and supervision and procurement

CLIENT: Yumbe District Local Government, Northern Uganda, P.O Box 1, Yumbe, Uganda

Tasks & Deliverable

  • Land use appraisal, mapping and Topographical Survey

  • Established Master planning Area boundary

  • Facilitate Consultative and Training Workshops to project Stakeholders

  • Undertake site feasibility and field work to assemble the necessary data on socio-economic and physical environment aspects of the planning area, including topographic surveys, up-to-date satellite images and/or aerial photographs at appropriate resolution

  • Prepared the final Master plan Proposals

2013/14: Training and Capacity Building for The Carter Centre Staff in Using GIS and GPS Mapping for Monitoring Disease Spread and Distribution in Uganda.

Client: The Carter Centre, Department of Vector Control and Infectious Diseases, Ministry of Health - Uganda, Plot 54, Buganda Road, Kampala Uganda

Tasks & Deliverable

The tailored training programme focused on introducing participant’s principles of GIS and remote sensing, learning to work with field data, learning to register and georeference spatial data in GIS, understanding coordinate systems & map projections, Global Position System (GPS) applications, analysis and authoring cartographic maps in GIS

2012: Land use Planning and topographical mapping of Kinyamaseke Township, Kasese District

Feature: Kasese District Local Government received funds from Belgium Government to be used for the acquisition of consultancy services for the KINYAMASEKE TOWN BOARD. Committed to ensure to ensuring orderly, sustainable and progressive urban development of the district, the district identified Kinyamaseke Town Board for urgent planning with support from the Kasese District Poverty Reduction Programme (KSPRP).

The purpose of this assignment was to prepare, through consultative process, an Urban Structure Plan for Kinyamaseke Town Board for a 10-year period thus 2012- 2022.

Client: Kasese District Local Government and Belgium Technical Cooperation (BTC), Uganda

Tasks & Deliverable

  • Undertake field work to assemble the necessary data on socio-economic and physical environment aspects of the planning area, including topographic surveys, land use assessment and feasibility analysis, collect up-to-date satellite images and/or aerial photographs at appropriate resolution where necessary.

  • Land use Mapping and Topographical Survey

  • Facilitate Consultative and Training Workshops to project Stakeholders

  • Establish urban structure planning Area boundary; prepare structure plan Proposals at the scale of 1:2,500

  • Present the plans to the town council for consideration and deposit for stakeholder comments and review the plans where necessary.

2011: Development of the Zombo Town Council Land use and Urban Physical Development Plan.

CLIENT: Zombo District Local Government, P.O Box 1, Zombo, Uganda

Tasks & Deliverable

  • Clearly articulate the potentials for Local economic development of the respective town, its comparative advantages and evolve priority interventions & strategies for development in the short and medium and long terms for which consensus must be generated with the respective local governments

  • Facilitate Consultative and Training Workshops to project Stakeholders

  • Undertake field work to assemble the necessary data on socio-economic and physical environment aspects of the planning area, including topographic surveys, up-to-date satellite images and/or aerial photographs at appropriate resolution where necessary.

  • Land use Mapping and Topographical Survey

  • Prepare development Plan Proposals at the scale of 1:10,000.

  • Present the plans to the council for approval

October 2013: Lease of Survey Equipment to UNDP, Uganda office under the project for multi Hazard, Risk and Vulnerability Mapping and development of profiles.

CLIENT: UNDP, Plot 11, Yusuf Lule Road, P.O. Box 7184 Kampala, UGANDA

Tasks & Deliverable

  • Lease of Hand held GPS and Survey equipment

  • Configuration and set up of the equipment