PopGIS Table Joining Service (TJS) Plugin for QGIS
SDD’s popular online PopGIS applications now have additional functionality. The regional NMDI database and the thirteen country databases can be accessed from outside PopGIS via a Table Joining Service (TJS). PopGIS allows for TJS services to be consumed as well as served up to be consumed by other applications. A simple QGIS plugin has been developed to allow users to select an indicator which is stored in one of the PopGIS applications and then map the indicator directly within QGIS.
Download PopGIS TJS plugin for QGIS here (includes instructions and documentation) or via the QGIS Plugin Reposity as shown in third image below.