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logical framework in research planning and evaluation.

D. McLean

logical framework in research planning and evaluation.

by D. McLean

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Published by International Service for National Agricultural Research in Hague .
Written in English


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SeriesWorking paper / ISNAR -- no.12
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Open LibraryOL13925969M

The Logical Framework Approach: Summary The Logical Framework Approach is a set of interlocking concepts which must be used together in a dynamic fashion to develop a well-designed, objectively-described and evaluable project. Uncertainty within the project is made explicit. Results of the process of using the Logical Framework concepts can. The Logical Framework (Logframe) is the core reference document throughout the entire project management cycle. The Logframe has been in use at the World Bank since August , when it became a standard attachment to the Project Appraisal Document for investment operations. Created in for the US Agency for International Development, it Cited by:

The objectives, the expected outcomes, and output with specific targets are presented in a logical framework. (Several aid agencies (e.g., USAID, World Bank, EU) have adopted the logical framework approach (logframe) as the core technique for managing the complete project cycle from design to implementation, monitoring, and evaluation. Toolkit for Monitoring and Evaluating Gender-Based Violence Interventions along the Relief to Development Continuum 9 May DISCLAIMER The authors’ views expressed in this publication do not necessarily reflect those of the United States Agency for International Development or the United States Size: 5MB.

  Logical framework (as sometimes called logframe) is a project matrix that makes a brief presentation of impact, effect, output and activities along with verifiable indicators, means of verification and assumptions. It provides an at-a-glance view of the project plan for managers and a basis for M&E needs and : Devex Editor. Planning and evaluation must be systematic. You have to ensure you have thought through and agreed on all key issues before moving on to the next step. For example, you need to be clear about the results you intend to achieve before you start .


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• Programme design and planning – a logic model serves as a planning tool to. develop programme strategy and enhance your ability to clearly explain and. illustrate concepts and approaches for key stakeholders. • Programme implementation – a logic model forms the. the Logical Framework Logical Framework Analyses are widely used by donors and governments in the planning and evaluation of development projects.

They exist in various forms and are usually known as Logical Frameworks or ‘logframes’. This guide introduces the concept of logframes, and describes why and how they are used.

Contents. A Guide for developing a Logical Framework1 Introduction The Logical Framework is a tool to logical framework in research planning and evaluation. book strengthen project design, implementation and evaluation. This means that you use it throughout the project cycle.

The Logical Framework is a simple tool which helps you: * organise your thinking; * relate activities and investment to expected results;File Size: KB. The purpose of this article is to describe the development of a logic model and how the framework has been used for planning and evaluation in a primary care PBRN.

An evaluation team was formed consisting of the PBRN directors, staff and its board members. After the mission and the target audience were determined. The logical framework approach has spread enormously, including increasingly to stages of review and evaluation.

Yet it has had little systematic evaluation : Des Gasper. LFA, the Logical Framework Approach, is an instrument for objective-oriented planning of projects. The method may also be used for analysis, assessment, follow-up and evaluation of projects. What the method is used for depends on the role of its users and their needs.

Sida, like many other donor agencies, has decided to use, and to encour-File Size: KB. The Logical Framework Approach (LFA) has proved to be a valuable tool for project approval, design, and evaluation.

However, a few pitfalls make it hard to. Logical Framework Approach: Project Planning 6 3. Planning the project: this requires documenting the project and consists of describing the objectives, outputs, activities, inputs, etc.

Prepare for implementation: this involves mobilising the target group and resources and ensuring everything is in place to start. Size: KB. GUIDE TO THE LOGICAL FRAMEWORK APPROACH: A KEY TOOL TO PROJECT CYCLE MANAGEMENT Final Version (draft) This guide is an initiative from the DACU, funded by SIDA/DfID “Joint Programme for Support to the MIER for improvement of coordination, planning, programming and implementation of development assistance”.File Size: KB.

Planning Stage: The Logframe Matrix • The results of the logical framework analysis are presented and further analysed in the Logframe matrix. • The matrix essentially provides a summary of the project down to the activity level.

• The Logframe consists of a matrix with four columns and fourFile Size: KB. The logical framework is often used as a basis for monitoring and evaluation. The logical framework was originally created as a planning tool for military purposes, and was then further developed by NASA to plan space programmes.

After being adopted by USAID in the s, the logical framework, or logframe. implementation and evaluation, and it does not replace targetgroup analysis, time planning, impact analysis etc. • The Logframe is a general analytic tool.

It is policy neutral on questions of income distribution, employment opportunities, access to resources, local participation cost and feasibility of strategies and technology, or. The logical framework approach (LFA) has come to play a central role in the planning and management of development interventions over the last twenty years.

Although the logical framework has become universally known, it is far from universally liked. It has been the subject of much criticism over the years, concerning both the theoreticalFile Size: 1MB.

address specific research problems. and have explicitly defined time frames, resources. and target~. Each project in turn comprises a number of specific operations or experiments. The Logical Framework, or "logframe", can be used at any level of planning and decision making, from the development of programs to Size: KB.

The Logical Framework Approach (LFA) is a highly effective strategic planning and project management methodology with wide application. It is particularly valuable for water management and sanitation projects, especially because water ― the resource base ― has diverse and competing uses.

Get this from a library. The logical framework in research planning and evaluation. [Diana McLean; International Service for National Agricultural Research.]. Logical Framework, Logical Framework Approach (LFA), log frame ‘Logical Framework’, or ‘logframe’, describes both a general approach to project or programme planning, monitoring and evaluation, and – in the form of a ‘logframe matrix’ – a discrete planning and monitoring tool for projects and programmes.

logical framework approach (LFA) as a means to design project proposals for funding assistance in the area of climate change adaptation. This training complements and builds on the first round of LFA training (‐14) as part of the EU‐. The logical framework, or logframe, is the most common and best known planning tool used in international development.

It is also the most hotly debated. Originally designed for use in simple timebound projects, it is now the tool of choice for donors in interventions ranging from small projects to organisational core funding. Develop planning documents for the evaluation or M&E system; Review evaluation (do meta-evaluation) A research design that focuses on understanding a unit (person, site or project) in its context, which can use a combination of qualitative and quantitative data.

Guidance on Using the Revised Logical Framework. This guide from the UK. A Logframe is another name for Logical Framework, a planning tool consisting of a matrix which provides an overview of a project’s goal, activities and anticipated results. It provides a structure to help specify the components of a project and its activities and for relating them to one another.

It also identifies the measures by which the project’s anticipated results will be monitored.The logical framework is applicable in many areas including project design, implementation and monitoring and evaluation. This book will be quite resourceful for learners in both project management and monitoring and evaluation, as it highlights on varied issues dealing with the theme of the subject.5/5(1).The Logical Framework approach 34 Results-oriented approaches 38 Planning an evaluation 86 Evaluation techniques 93 Assessing impact Forthcoming developments in M&E for BEE research and case studies to highlight good practice and identify lessons of experience.