March 15, 2006

Guide on Logical Framework Approach (LFA)

Posted in Uncategorized at 11:15 by S

LFA, the Logical Framework Approach, is an instrument for objectiveoriented planning of projects. The method may also be used for analysis, assessment, follow-up and evaluation of projects. LFA is based on the idea that the user, the project owner (local organisation), assumes the main responsibility for the planning process. However, assistance with planning may be needed and useful.
The LFA method contains nine different steps:

1 Analysis of the project’s Context

2 Stakeholder Analysis

3 Problem Analysis/Situation analysis

4 Objectives Analysis

5 Plan of Activities

6 Resource Planning

7 Indicators/Measurements of Objectives

8 Risk Analysis and Risk Management

9 Analysis of the Assumptions

PDF-document: Guide on Logical Framework Approach (LFA). Sida 2003.


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