MOTA Framework – A Participatory Tool for integrating Institutional and Societal Aspects in Plan Implementation
Sunday, 27 October 2019
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The MOTA framework was developed by a group of researchers from Vietnam National University, TU-Delft, Delft-IHE, Wageningen University and CEGIS (Phi, Hermans, Douven, Van Halsema, & Khan, 2015). The framework was first applied in Vietnam as a planning tool to assess implementation feasibility of a flood management plan. The MOTA was preliminary designed for multi-stakeholder analysis focusing on integrated relationship among “Motivation”, “Ability” and “Triggers” of multiple stakeholders involved in the implementation process of a plan (Quan et al., 2019). With the success of MOTA application in Mekong Delta Plan, a new research initiative has been launched to adapt the framework in the context of Bangladesh to support implementation of Bangladesh Delta Plan 2100. The CEGIS, PRI (Bangladesh), TU-Delft and WACC-VNU initiated the research with funding support from WOTRO Science for Global Development of Dutch Research Council (NWO). It is expected that the MOTA will be an effective tool for supporting implementation of BDP2100 by analyzing actors “Motivation”, “Ability” and “Triggers” and by anticipating responses or actions of multi-level actors. The session targets demonstrating the MOTA analytical framework to participants with an aim that the participants can outline the key benefit and condition for use of MOTA in plan formulation and implementation. The session will include interactive lecture, demonstration, group activity and open discussion.
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