Using the Logical Framework for Sector Analysis and Project Design: A User's Guide
The logical framework is presented as a conceptual and analytical tool for undertaking sector analysis, project planning, and project management.
The logical framework is presented as a conceptual and analytical tool for undertaking sector analysis, project planning, and project management. While, traditionally, the logical framework is a 16-box frame, this guide emphasizes the basic concepts and underlying processes inherent in applying the logical framework.
This guide clarifies concepts such as:
- performance indicators
- cause-effect analysis
It also indicates how these contribute to the process of systematically and logically analyzing sector performance; planning interventions; and monitoring project implementation.
The guide uses a simplified example from the transport sector to illustrate these concepts and processes.
- Overview of the Process
- Assess Sector Performance
- Project Design and Planning
- Management Information Systems
- Questions Often Asked About the Logical Framework