Logical Framework Approach - Training Material and Resources

The Logical Framework Approach (LFA) is a widely used project management tool based on a set of inter-locking concepts used together in a dynamic fashion to develop a well-designed, objectively-described project. One step of the LFA lead into the subsequent steps and builds the knowledge base upon which to design and analyse successful interventions.

The European Union - Global Climate Change Alliance funded the LFA Project Proposal Writing Workshop held on Rarotonga from the 8th - 13th May 2013 at the Crown Beach Resort. This workshop was implemented in partnership with SPC and SPREP in collaboration with the Pacific Research & Evaluation Associates (PREA).

The Learning materials have been produced by PREA and are available below:

pdfGuidelines for Developing Projects Proposals1.16 MB

pdfProject Proposal Preparation1012.88 KB

pdfDonor Directory for Climate Change Adaptation in the Pacific522.7 KB

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Extra Reading:

pdfAid Delivery Methods - European Commission3 MB

pdfHow to Note - Guidance on using the revised Logical Framework - Department for International Development (DFID)231.71 KB

pdfLogical Framework Approach - SIDA200.3 KB

pdfProjects Design & Proposal Writing Guide - American Red Cross524.86 KB

pdfThe Logical Framework Approach - Bond for International Development & Greta Jensen Development Consultant474.56 KB

DISCLAIMER:

This Learning Resource has been produced by the Pacific Research & Evaluation Associates (PREA) for the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC), through its European Union funded Global Climate Change Alliance: Pacific Small Island States (GCCA: PSIS) project in collaboration with the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environmental Programme (SPREP)