Relationships between Goals, Purposes, Outputs and Activities/Processes

You can identify as many Goals as you want. Goals are not linked to other project logic items, meaning that when you move them about, other project logic items (purposes, outputs…) will not move.

You can identify one or more Purposes. It is often advised to identify only a single purpose, but it is not forbidden and Logframer will allow you to identify more than one.

Each purpose can have several Outputs. If you have more than one purpose, the outputs will be grouped below a title with the purpose.

Each output can have several Activities. If you have more than one output, the activities will be grouped below a title with the output. If you have more than one purpose, the activities will also be grouped below a title with the purpose.

Each activity can have several sub-activities. We call an activity with sub-activities a Process. Each process can have sub-processes with sub-processes, with sub-processes, with…
 

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