Prosper Adiku and Mary Thompson-Hall reflect on the West Africa's team recent Transformative Scenario Planning workshop, held in the Upper West region of Ghana in early June 2016.
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A two-day workshop took place at in Namibia from 30 to 31 May 2016. The Transformative Scenario Planning (TSP) is an approach that brings concerned stakeholders from different, often conflicting, perspectives together.
PhD student Alcade Segnon attended a two-week training event that changed the direction of his studies for good.
On 15 and 16 February stakeholders came together to discuss the future of water in the Omusati Region, an area in the north of Namibia that is particularly vulnerable to climate change.
In October 2016, as part of the ASSAR project, stakeholders from Bangalore’s government, civil society, and private and academic sectors met at the Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) Bangalore City Campus to think about Bangalore's water future.
The University of Botswana, together with the University of Cape Town, organised a Transformative Scenario Planning (TSP) training workshop in Botswana in June 2016.
In this brief we describe the processes undertaken during our TSP workshops in Wa (June and November 2016), including the possible responses and actions brainstormed by the participants that could pave the way to greater agricultural and food security in the region.
ASSAR's Southern African team describes the outcomes of their first TSP workshop that was held in February 2017.
To achieve impact in different levels of society, and across four regions, ASSAR engages with a wide spectrum of stakeholders from communities, the private sector, civil society organisations, research institutions, governments and non-governmental organisations through Transformative Scenario Planning (TSP).
This report documents the outcomes of our first workshop that was held in February 2017, and detail the scenarios refined during our writeshop in April 2017.
Mark Tebboth from the University of East Anglia recounts his experiences running three Participatory Scenario Analysis (PSA) workshops in the drylands of northern Kenya.
Themes from within the ASSAR Project