Oh definitely! The www.hackthewatercrisis.org page was made to be reusable by other towns, cities or regions in water crisis so if they want to do a hackathon there, they can reuse the website and for this purpose.
We have to figure out the mechanics of how to do that so that @Gabor doesn’t end up doing so much work. It would be ideal to make it like a template and users can just load it with content. We’ll have to see.
I haven’t thought in detail of how we should do this. Maybe we should keep all the solutions in one big pot and then tag it with the country OR the hackathon…so if Kenya did one, it would be tagged with Kenya. Because some solutions may only apply to that climate biome.
We should probably have some standard reference resources like a good climate tool so we can see what temp, rainfall, humidity and soil conditions exist. That will determine whether a solution will work or not there.
Other good general tool would be complexity analysis and causal loop diagram graph tool so we can look at wicked problems and try to anticipate unintended consequences.