NEEDS IDENTIFICATION: Traditional water monitoring and management is too often a story of failures and inefficient investments. This greatly hampers any effort towards effective decision-support for integrated water resources management, especially in places where resource scarcity, high variability in supplies and strong growth in water demand overlap with agency underfunding. The arid and semi-arid developing world regions rank here most prominently.
For addressing these issues most effectively, the needs-driven iMoMo approach starts with the identification of data and information gaps and emphasises co-design of solutions with all stakeholders involved.
iMoMoHub develops ressources for different projects. Look at the products of this differents projects. The most of the solutions are open source. Just download the ressources and apply in your area.
In the iMoMoHub project for every area we develop specific (motivation) approaches.
In the tanzania project we developed two boardgames for long term motivation in schools. The ressources are open source. Just create the games with the manuals and test it in your area. Shumbara is a board game about water distribution. Bring the water from the mountains to your village and learn to experie water problems. Meru is a boardgames with marbles (wood) made, bring the rainfall (marbles) to your fields by changing the topology and learn to work together to bring water to all fields (cooperation).