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Logical Framework

Introduction

A logical framework is a tool to design, manage, monitor and evaluate a program. It is a way of structuring the main elements in a project and highlighting the logical linkages between them by relating program inputs and activities to expected tangible results (outputs) and non-tangible results (outcomes). The logical framework is in the different literature also named “logic model” or in short “logframe".

Why

A logical framework can be used by an organisation to:

  • refine its program strategy by analysing what is the best way to achieve the expected results.
  • determine the resources needed to implement a program.
  • create a tool for program planning, management and monitoring & evaluation.
  • create a communication tool for internal (consensus-building) and external (fundraising) purposes.
What you can expect

In eight steps we guide you to create a logical framework for a specific program. Here you’ll find a step-by-step guide, tools, examples and other resources for creating a logical framework.

What you get  
Know how:
  • an overview of how to make a logical framework step-by-step
Examples:
  • a logical framework on a remedial teaching program
  • a logical framework of a program about establishing a library
  • a logical framework template, which relates program inputs/activities to expected tangible and non-tangible results
Tool:
  • a guide explaining the steps of the logical framework in more detail
This toolkit is largely based on the learning materials of the Atma Network
The purchase of these materials was co-funded by Edukans.


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