However, it is scalable and can be applied elsewhere. The CPDM integrates four analytical and simulation tools, the Water Evaluation And Planning (WEAP), the Resource Value Mapping (REVAMP), the Watershed Topology (WaTT), and, the Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) – flows. WEAP is the main component to which the other tools are coupled. The coupling has a dynamic functionality controlled by the CPDM’s Graphical User Interface (GUI), where water management strategies are evaluated comprehensively and consider a basin and participatory approach. The stakeholders only need to interact with the GUI, allowing them to analyze the results visually without dealing with the complexity of the models but supported by them. The CPDM aims to provide stakeholders with practical and easy-to-use tools to ensure that science plays a leading role in decision-making.