Happy Strategies

The Happy Strategies game is a participatory communication tool to engage discussion and learning around integrated rainwater management. It can be adjusted to be played with very different players: it can serve as a quick rural appraisal tool for communities, as tool to enable exchange of knowledge between policy-makers and scientist or as a teaching tool.

Summary of uses: • Engaging discussion and learning around integrated rain water management • Appraising and exchanging knowledge of/with local communities • Teaching local communities and/or policy-makers

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Additional Information

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Website http://happystrategies.wikispaces.com/
Contributing organisations International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), International Water Management Institute (IWMI), Challenge Program on Water and Food (CWFP)
Contact person Catherine Pfeifer
Alternate contact Peter Ballentyne
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Tool manual/User guide http://happystrategies.wikispaces.com/