Monitoring, reporting and evaluating with LFA

During the design phase, the LFA can be used to:

  • Identify the stakeholders
  • Identify issues and problems, determine how they are related in a problem tree and create a solutions tree
  • Identify/formulate the goals, purpose, outputs and activities of the project
  • Identify/formulate the risks and assumptions
  • Identify/formulate the indicators and verification sources
  • Create a detailed planning
  • Establish the project’s budget

Most of these elements can be found during a workshop (or a number of workshops) with stakeholders/partners/potential beneficiaries.

But apart from the identification and preparation of the project, the LFA can also be used during and after the execution of the project, to :

  • monitor;
  • report;
  • evaluate/review.

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