Facilidev Logframer 2.0

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Design your project's long-term and short term objectives, activities, inputs and how they relate to one another

Show and hide columns and sections to make custom views. Drag and drop items from one column or section to the other.

Plan key moments, processes and activities. Show how activities relate to each other. Indicate how much time you need to prepare and follow-up.

Include your project's budget. Specify costs for each budget year if necessary

Add items from your budget to activities and resources in the logframe. Make an overview of how much you will spend per output and activity

Choose between 17 types o findicators, including values, yes/no questions, multiple options, Likert scales, images, ranking, etc. Use actual values or scores. Determine baseline and multiple target values.

Create your Monitoring instrument in Microsoft Excel

Identify assumptions, dependencies and risks. Create a Risk Register in MS Excel to monitor risks during your project.

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LFA: how to involve the beneficiaries in the design of the project

Logo Logical Framework ApproachThe Logical Framework Approach or LFA is a participatory way to design the project's core elements by means of a workshop - or a series of workshops - with the key stakeholders. It allows you to decide upon the project's main purpose, the concrete outputs it is supposed to achieve, the activities that you could do and so on together with the people that will benefit from the project. LFA provides a step-by-step method to analyse the project's environment, identify key stakeholders, identify the problems that the project should address and decide upon a strategy to deal with these problems. And although LFA is primarily a tool to design a project, it can also be used for its execution, for reporting, for monitoring and for evaluations.


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Project Cycle Management or PCM

Project Cycle Management or PCM is an approach that allows you to manage many different projects and improve the quality of your projects over time. PCM uses the idea of a continuous learning cycle and incorporates logical framework analysis to guarantee that the beneficiaries are involved in the project's design. However, PCM's built-in flexibility is often threatened by the way its tools and models are used in a rigid way by donors and strong NGO partners.

 

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The Logical Framework

The logical framework or logframe is a project management tool, that can be used to design, implement, monitor and evaluate a project. The logframe presents a wealth of information related to your project in a 4x4 matrix. The logframe can help you reflect on the basic elements of your project, such as its objectives, the activities that you want to do, the resources that you're going to need, how you are going to follow-up your project's progress and results, and what risk could threaten your project.

Results Based Management (RBM)

As a next step in the evolution of logical framework approaches, Results Based Management or RBM tries to respond to a number of issues of the PCM and LFA methods. People often ask what the difference is between PCM or LFA and Results Based Management. In a sense, you could say that RBM is PCM done right. It provides more tools and directives on what you should do to ensure that you really design your project in a participatory way, or to make sure that you really think about assumptions and risks.