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The Logframe Approach (LFA) – The Steps to Designing a Logframe Matrix
January 24 - January 25€288 – €330
This training asks the question: how do I plan a development project and what does it take to arrive at a good project design? Therefore, it introduces the different steps of the Logframe Approach (LFA), the most common planning approach for development projects. We interactively work out a stakeholder and problem analysis and define our project strategy. The course participants will also learn a wide range of community based assessment methods, tools and approaches.
During this two-day workshop we will therefore explore the path it takes to build a coherent and ‘real world’ Logframe matrix that can be effectively used as a planning and monitoring document throughout the project cycle.
When: 24. & 25. January 2019, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Where: Seminarzentrum Pallottihaus, Auhofstraße 10, 1130 Vienna, Austria
Costs: €330.-(incl. VAT, lunch and individual coaching on Logframe/proposal writing)/€288.-for TripleFunds (www.triple-funds.com) members and students (20% discount)
Training facilitator: Lisa Ringhofer (TripleMinds)
You can register for the workshop either online (by filling out the form below) or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The big picture: PCM and the Logframe Approach (LFA)
- The analysis stage: assessing needs, stakeholder analysis, problem and objective analysis
- The planning stage: the Logframe matrix: the different columns
- Reflections on the Logframe and the Theory of Change (ToC): commonalities and differences
The training will therefore help you to:
Understand the Logframe and its role in project/programme planning and monitoring
Increase your analytical planning skills
Developyour own Logframe
Visualiseyour Logframe and quality check
If you have a project in mind, the course will offer the opportunity to design your Logframe matrix and gain feedback.
With a group size of no more than 10, the workshop will be interactive and hands-on. Lunch and refreshments will be provided. The workshop will be held in English. The workshop will only take place with a minimum of 5 participants.
About the instructor:
This training will be delivered by Lisa Ringhofer.
Lisa Ringhoferis the Co-Founder of TripleMinds and has over 17 years of extensive participatory field experience in development cooperation and research. She holds an M.A. in Development Studies, an MBA and a PhD in Sociology/Social Ecology. Lisa has developed, monitored and evaluated development programmes and projects in several countries across the globe. She speaks German, English, Spanish and Portuguese.