Nzoia WeShareIt provides policymakers with an understanding of the complexity of making water allocation trade-offs between food, energy and nature. It is a multi-player hybrid cooperation game, that was designed and applied in 2016. The game was designed by the Delft University of Technology, in collaboration with Moi University. Design of the original WeShareIt focused on the Nile Basin. The Nile river is one of the longest rivers in the world with a basin area that covers one-tenth of Africa’s total landmass. After the application of WeShareIt game, in October 2015, recommendations were made to redesign the game for a smaller river basin within the Nile basin.
|Date made available||2019|
|Publisher||TU Delft - 4TU Centre for research data|
|Date of data production||2016 - 2018|
|Geographical coverage||The study area is the Nzoia catchment including the upper reaches of the Nzoia river, in the Lake Victoria Basin. The Nile Basin is the larger study area. The results from Nzoia Basin are intended to inform policy both at the local level in th (truncated)|
Onencan, A. M. (. (Creator), Enserink, B. (. (Creator), van de Walle, B. (. (Creator) (2019). Multiple Discriminant Analysis (MDA) Data. TU Delft - 4TU Centre for research data. 10.4121/UUID:B1D47AE5-E1E2-4B0E-A7EB-DF9450574F6B