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The Logical Framework approach

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Making the best use of logical frameworks when designing and managing projects
Monitoring and Evaluation News, 2009
The UK Department for International Development (DFID) works with a wide range of partners from long-term arrangements with partner governments and multilateral organisations to short-term humanitarian aid projects funded through NGOs...
A logical framework approach to results based monitoring and evaluation
F. Spreckley; S. Hunt (ed) / Local Livelihoods, 2007
This toolkit provides an outline for the monitoring and evaluation of development projects and programmes. It uses a result-based management, monitoring and evaluation system focussing on the higher level objectives/outputs and not th...
A logical framework approach to multi-agency planning
P.N. Dearden / Every Child Matters: Change for Children - Department for Children, Schools and Families, 2005
Project management and planning can be difficult at the best of times. When the project is one that involves a whole range of partners and agencies, it can be made even more so. This handbook guides the reader through a seven stage lo...
A practitioner's guide to using logframes
Affiliated Network for Social Accountability, 2008
This guide summarises the rationale and essential elements of the logical frame (logframe) for practitioners. While primarily aimed at providing guidelines for World Bank usage, the handbook can also be used by World Bank clients and ...
An alternative approach to the conventional logical framework approach (LFA)
O. Bakewell; A. Garbutt / Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency, 2005
This paper outlines current views of NGOs on the logical framework approach (LFA) and the ways in which they use it. The authors note that there is disquiet among NGOs about the central place of the LFA in development programming and ...
Understanding the theory behind the logical framework approach
K. Ortengren / Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency, 2004
The aim of this booklet is to provide practical guidance for Sida partners in project planning procedures. It contains a description of the theory of LFA, which summarises approaches and principles, the different planning steps and ho...
Australia's guidelines on the Logical Framework Approach
Australian Agency for International Development, 2003
These guidelines on the Logical Framework Approach (LFA) are provided as a reference for AusAID officers and consultants involved in project preparation. The aim is to support informed (and more consistent) application of this useful ...
Logframe alternatives: an actor-oriented approach to planning, monitoring and evaluation
Stephen Biggs; Harriet Matsaert; Frank Matsaert / id21 Development Research Reporting Service, 2002
Current methodologies in planning, monitoring and evaluation (PM&E) of natural resources projects often emphasise short-term and quantifiable outputs. These make up important components of conventional log frames. Little serious a...
How to produce reliable information on the impact of the Agency's D/HR initiatives
D. Poate; R. Riddell; N. Chapman; T. Curran / Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency, 2000
Support for democracy and human rights (D/HR) has played an increasingly important role in Sida's co-operation with developing countries ever since the early 1990s. But there is a lack of information on the impact of initiatives. This...
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Items 1 to 9 of 9

Making the best use of logical frameworks when designing and managing projects
Monitoring and Evaluation News, 2009
The UK Department for International Development (DFID) works with a wide range of partners from long-term arrangements with partner governments and multilateral organisations to short-term humanitarian aid projects funded through NGOs...
A logical framework approach to results based monitoring and evaluation
F. Spreckley; S. Hunt (ed) / Local Livelihoods, 2007
This toolkit provides an outline for the monitoring and evaluation of development projects and programmes. It uses a result-based management, monitoring and evaluation system focussing on the higher level objectives/outputs and not th...
A logical framework approach to multi-agency planning
P.N. Dearden / Every Child Matters: Change for Children - Department for Children, Schools and Families, 2005
Project management and planning can be difficult at the best of times. When the project is one that involves a whole range of partners and agencies, it can be made even more so. This handbook guides the reader through a seven stage lo...
A practitioner's guide to using logframes
Affiliated Network for Social Accountability, 2008
This guide summarises the rationale and essential elements of the logical frame (logframe) for practitioners. While primarily aimed at providing guidelines for World Bank usage, the handbook can also be used by World Bank clients and ...
An alternative approach to the conventional logical framework approach (LFA)
O. Bakewell; A. Garbutt / Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency, 2005
This paper outlines current views of NGOs on the logical framework approach (LFA) and the ways in which they use it. The authors note that there is disquiet among NGOs about the central place of the LFA in development programming and ...
Understanding the theory behind the logical framework approach
K. Ortengren / Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency, 2004
The aim of this booklet is to provide practical guidance for Sida partners in project planning procedures. It contains a description of the theory of LFA, which summarises approaches and principles, the different planning steps and ho...
1st August 2014 marks 15 years since Eldis first registered its internet domain name eldis.org. So how has the internet changed over that 15 year period and who have been the winners and losers as a result? This timeline uses International Telecommunication Union statistics and other research to highlight some the key developments in global internet use and looks at how the world has changed since that day in August 1999. Open the timeline in a new window.
Australian Agency for International Development, 2003
These guidelines on the Logical Framework Approach (LFA) are provided as a reference for AusAID officers and consultants involved in project preparation. The aim is to support informed (and more consistent) application of this useful ...
Logframe alternatives: an actor-oriented approach to planning, monitoring and evaluation
Stephen Biggs; Harriet Matsaert; Frank Matsaert / id21 Development Research Reporting Service, 2002
Current methodologies in planning, monitoring and evaluation (PM&E) of natural resources projects often emphasise short-term and quantifiable outputs. These make up important components of conventional log frames. Little serious a...
How to produce reliable information on the impact of the Agency's D/HR initiatives
D. Poate; R. Riddell; N. Chapman; T. Curran / Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency, 2000
Support for democracy and human rights (D/HR) has played an increasingly important role in Sida's co-operation with developing countries ever since the early 1990s. But there is a lack of information on the impact of initiatives. This...
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