Factsheet: Understanding forecasts through games

  • By Margot Steenbergen
  • 25/11/2016

Participants at the Annual Learning Event in Dakar, Senegal, on 11 February 2016. Mohamed Diop


Learning about climate-smart disaster risk reduction by playing a serious game.

Other factsheets in this BRACED Knowledge Manager learning series include:

Exploring transformative actions through Forum Theatre

Writeshops to surface synergies

Unscrambling climate and weather information

Learning Marketplaces to share innovations

Reflecting in teams with a focus on solutions

Knowledge Exchange visits for exploring common questions

Facilitating webinars to share knowledge

Reflections and learning in small teams

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