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Key LFA Concepts - Basic

Further improving and building and Effective TC Programme
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Frank Campbell

on 20 November 2012

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Transcript of Key LFA Concepts - Basic

Frank Campbell
Quality Assurance Section
TC Department - IAEA Working together for a High Quality TC Programme Principles of the Logical Framework Approach (LFA) LFA Process
LFA Terminology Principles of the Logical Framework Approach (LFA) The assessment of the context 1. Situation Analysis The situation changed, improved The assessment and diagnostic of the issues/gaps. Identifying the root-causes 5. Alternative Analysis
(Project formulation & Matrix) 4. Objective Analysis 3. Problem Analysis 2. Stakeholder Analysis The options for action, and the project formulation The people, groups, institutions that have
or may have any interest on the topic The LogFrame
Approach (LFA) (Not mandatory) Documents, information sources from the M&E system of the project. Documents, events, information sources from the M&E system of the project. The M&E system of the programme of which the project is a part. (Not mandatory) Indicators to measure the delivery of project products. Indicators to measure results and impact at project level.
Indicators of project success. Indicators to measure the impact at programme level. Assumptions Activities to Outputs
Risk related to the efficiency for producing the outputs Outputs to Outcome
Risk related to project Effectiveness Outcome to Objectives
Risk related to program impact Long Term Risk
Risk related to strategic impact Means of
Verification Indicators Results Hierarchy Activities:
The main activity clusters that must be undertaken in order to accomplish the outputs. Outputs:
The project intervention. The actual deliverables. What is the project accountable for? Outcome:
The direct achievement of the project. The change in beneficiary behaviour, system or institutional performance; because of the use of the outputs. Overall Objective:
A long term goal. The higher order impact to which this project, along with others, will contribute. Logical Framework Matrix (LFM) Cause Effect ….(activities..) 1 Staff trained and skills improved
2 Basic infrastructure for services
designed and implemented More effective and sustainable services used by the population More savings (money and time) for the population Life quality improved in the community Cause --> Effect: The Key Concept Cause Cause Cause Cause Effect Effect Effect Objective Level 1


Objective Level 2



Objective Level 3


Objective Level 4 LFA Terminologies... Outcome Focus = RBM
(Demand driven) Output focus
(Offer/Technology driven) Logical Framework Approach
Outcome-Focused Projects Example: Safety Example: Radiotherapy Thanks! The “4 levels” of the intervention will depends on the organization’s scope, mandate and its context
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