A logical framework is a tool to design, manage, monitor and evaluate a programme. It is a way of structuring the main elements of a project and highlighting the logical linkages between them, by relating programme inputs and activities to expected tangible results (outputs) and non-tangible results (outcomes). The logical framework is also named 'logic model' or in short 'logframe'.
A logical framework can be used by an organisation to:
- refine its programme strategy by analysing what is the best way to achieve the expected results.
- determine the resources needed to implement a programme.
- create a tool for programme planning, management and monitoring & evaluation.
- create a communication tool for internal (consensus-building) and external (fundraising) purposes.
What you can expect
In eight steps we guide you to create a logical framework for a specific programme. Here you’ll find a step-by-step guide, tools, examples and other resources for creating a logical framework.
What you get
- an overview of how to make a logical framework step-by-step
- a logical framework on a remedial teaching programme
- a logical framework of a programme establishing a library
- a logical framework template, which relates programme inputs/activities to expected tangible and non-tangible results
- a guide explaining the steps of the logical framework in more detail