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Dharadam is an online role playing game to sensitize social workers for working in the slums. It uses Dharavi (Mumbai) as example. The software has been built upon the Cyberdam platform. Dharadam was …

Dharadam is an online role playing game to sensitize social workers for working in the slums. It uses Dharavi (Mumbai) as example. The software has been built upon the Cyberdam platform. Dharadam was created during the 5th ISAGA Summer School in Delhi, India, 21-30 June 2008 by Aashish Bhardwaj (India), Vinod Dumblekar (India), Renata Furman (Poland), Monica Mor (India), Vladimir Solodov (Russian Federation), Joanna Woźniakiewicz (Poland) and team manager Pieter van der Hijden (The Netherlands).

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  • 1. Aashish Bhardwaj (India) Joanna Wozniakiewicz (Poland) Monica Mor (India) Pieter van der Hijden (Netherlands) Renata Furman (Poland) Vladimir Solodov (Russian Federation) Vinod Dumblekar (India)
  • 2.  
  • 3.  
  • 4. We are still happy with dreams in our eyes
  • 5.
    • A mega slum located in Mumbai, India, and is Asia's second largest slum with an area of 175 hectares.
    • Close to 1 million people reside here
    • Has severe problems - scarcity of toilet facilities, water supply, electricity and other infrastructural requirements
  • 6.
    • Come from various religious and ethnic backgrounds from different parts of India
    • Are quite well off, still continue to stay here
    • Many are employed in hutment factories / small scale industries within Dharavi
    • One of the major industries' that has come up is the recycling factory which processes a lot of recyclable waste collected from other parts of Mumbai
  • 7.
    • Unemployment
    • Lack of education
    • Alcohol abuse
    • Drugs
    • Squalor
    • Criminal activities
  • 8. The computer simulation game
  • 9.
    • We wish to break the negative image of this slum
    • Sensitize people towards life on the other side
    • Become a participant in heralding a new way of living
  • 10.
    • Roles for participants
      • The havenot – unemployed and aimless
      • The housewife – who wants to reform her husband
      • The criminal – is the husband & wants to move out with a big booty
      • The recycling factory boss – who wishes to employ more residents
      • The religious leader – who is the priest of a nearby Hindu temple
      • The social worker – who wishes to bring changes in Dharadam
      • The Tea stall owner – whose tea stall is a major meeting point for residents
  • 11.
    • Audience:
      • Meant for 15 years and more
      • Schools & universities
    • Multi player
    • Game runs over 6 days
      • Effective playing time is 2 hrs and 30 mts in a day
      • Taking into account time lapses
  • 12. ENJOY YOUR GAME
  • 13.