1. Reports and publications
2. Tools and other resources
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In each list (below links), users will find a table characterising each identified tool. The table contains the following columns: the ID (and identification code for the tool), the tool name, the language used (i.e. the available language for the tool), the accessibility (i.e. how difficult is it to access or is it a paid or free version), the degree of usage (i.e. is the tool used only locally or globally), the focus (i.e. on what purpose is the tool focusing on), the general use of the tool, the necessary input, the necessary skills to be able to use the tool efficiently, the expected outputs, some examples of users, the authors of the tools (i.e. the source), and the web link to access the tools (and other material if apply e.g. pdf file).
How to use the toolkits list:
Below, we sorted all the tools according to their focus (i.e. the 6th column). So, basically, if you are looking for specific tools that deal with, for example, transboundary water, you just need to consult the corresponding link below (the one before the last one). Once you get your list, then you can make your choice for example according to the necessary inputs (8th column) and/or desired output (10th column) or anything that is more relevant to your situation with regard to the above columns description.
For example, if I am looking for a tool(s) that can deal with transboundary water which will also help in development and cooperation as an output (10th column), the ideal tool to use is the “Transboundary water cooperation”. So to access to that tool, I just need to go to the web page of the tool. For that I just need to copy and paste the link in the last column of the corresponding tool to my web browser and follow the indication from the author of the tool.
In this example, we only have one tool but in some case, it is possible to have multiple tools available and the idea is to ease the choice by adding more parameters that are available in those columns.
Selected relevant tools and Good practice guide (full list)
Separated list of the relevant tools
Separated list of the relevant good practice guide
Lists sorted by the tools' focus (PS. each tools can be multi-focused and not limited to only a specific one):
Tools focused on Adaptive Management
Tools focused on Agricultural Water Management
Tools focused on Capacity building
Tools focused on Community engagement
Tools focused on Conformity assessment
Tools focused on Drought preparedness
Tools focused on Flood risk assessment
Tools focused on Governance and accountability
Tools focused on Institutional cooperation
Tools focused on Integrated Water Resource Management (IWRM)
Tools focused on Participatory management
Tools focused on Social justice
Tools focused on Transboundary water
Tools focused on Water risk assessment
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