Sahana Software Foundation has produced several other versions of Sahana software that are no longer under active development, but remain a rich part of our project’s history. These systems were used in the response to many disasters and adopted by government agencies and humanitarian organizations for disaster preparedness programs – many of which are still in use today.
Vesuvius: Vesuvius is focused on the disaster preparedness and response needs of the medical community, contributing to family reunification and assisting with hospital triage.
Mayon: Mayon is currently in development with a public release planned for late in 2011. It provides an emergency personnel and resource management solution that is highly scalable to manage large numbers of events, persons and resources.
Krakatoa: the direct descendant of the original Sahana code base developed following the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami.