The Kaduna State Environmental Protection Authority (KEPA) was established by edict of 1994 and later revised in 1998 to ensure sustainability in Kaduna State. The authority is charged with the responsibility of addressing all environmental problems in the state including but not limited to organizing programs aim at changing people’s negative attitudes towards environmental management for sustainable development.
As part of its core responsibilities, the agency issues the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) certificates to applicants who intend erecting structures on their properties. The certificates are necessary as tools for authorities in planning resource and they are often used at early stages of project development to serve as a compliance mechanism to prevent adverse environmental impacts from proposed projects.
The Wragby team effectively delivered an automated process by modernizing/digitizing all existing processes and infrastructure. Some of the major outcomes include:
- Improved user experience
- Reduction on the lead time,
- Beef up Data security concerns
- Massively improved the entire administrative process of escalating reports, data processing, and notification.