COOPLAAGE: decision support tools for water management

The COOPLAAGE toolkit is an integrated set of tools aiming at supporting most of the participatory decision needs for natural resources management, in particular water management. These tools cover all stages of a multi-level participating process, from the design of the decision to the social impact assessment. They rely in particular on participatory modeling, and serious role playing games to explore water usage and sharing and help donors and project managers to deal with water conflicts and multi-level participation. 
In the COOPLAAGE approach stakeholders can select and adapt the most relevant tools for their needs and expectations. They have been designed, tested and evaluated since 2003, in several countries in Europe, Africa, Central America and Pacific.

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  • FAO, Rome - Cooplaage presentation - 18/05/16 In cooperation with the FAO Water Platform and the Technical Network on Water, Nils Ferrand and Delphine L'Aot will present the Cooplaage toolkit to FAO staff in Rome. Wednesday ...
    Posted 17 May 2016, 06:01 by Wanda Aquae Gaudi
  • OECD Water Governance Initiative - 2/3 Nov. 2015 6th meeting of the OECD Water Governance InitiativeWorkshop on advanced participation for water governanceNovember 3rd , 2015-OECD Headquarters, ParisOrganized by IRSTEA G-EAU/Cooplaage group Date ...
    Posted 17 May 2016, 05:49 by Wanda Aquae Gaudi
  • NL, Twente, 23-24 may 2015, WAG course At Twente University, with Pr. Marcela Brugnach, a MSc course on WAG, uncertainty and water management.
    Posted 10 Sep 2015, 09:32 by Nils Ferrand
  • Nicoya, Costa-Rica, 7-8/5/20015, FuturAgua workshop Author : Pavel Bautista, CATIE & FuturAgua project
    Posted 10 Sep 2015, 09:26 by Nils Ferrand
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Micro-WAG kit
A micro-WAG kit is now available for discovering Wat-A-Game. 100 copies have been sent to the WAG community with a greeting card.


Crédit : Ambassade de France à Madrid

WAG Sample Cases

Credit : IRSTEA-LISODE InterSAGE project