Formulate the logical framework

Step 6 - Formulate the logframeNow it's time to put the information together in a logical framework.

  • First you decide on the project's logic (intervention logic). This is the first column of the logical framework, and you can use the information from your objectives tree to identify the general objectives or goals of your project (the things above the main problem), the specific objective or purpose (the main problem itself) and the expected results (the things below the main problem).
  • Then we jump to the far right column of the logframe, to identify the assumptions. These are the things that need to hold true in order for you to achieve your objectives.
  • Finally it's time to think about how you are going to follow-up the progress of your project and evaluate its results. You'll need indicators for monitoring and evaluation (second column) and verification sources that specify how, where and when you can find that information (third column).

You can establish the basic version of your logframe during the workshop with your stakeholders. During the workshop, focus on getting the main ideas right and clear for everybody. Afterwards, you can put everything in nice sentences.



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