Creating Donor Attractive Logical Frameworks Project Design Essentials!

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How many times have we all dreaded having to construct a LogFrame? If you ask most NGO Practitioners what is the most difficult part of project development or the part they hate the most, most will readily answer “LogFrames!” Lofgrames can often feel like a burdensome brain teaser or a torture device.

With funding becoming more competitive and donors demanding a greater degree of beneficiary accountability, even seasoned professionals are called to improve the processes of project design. Logical Frameworks or LogFrames are notoriously confusing and difficult to put together. This is because creating a good logical framework requires both a holistic and detailed understanding of the project. This level of understanding is rarely complete during the planning and funding stage, specially when the project design is still in flux. Still, even a draft logical framework can be very useful for planning, managing, and fundraising.

In this online course, you will explore the essential to perfect in designing logical, effective, and attractive projects which is the key factor to convince the donors. Most importantly, the course will help you demonstrate to your donors that you have a mastery of designing logical, effective, and attractive projects.

The aim of this online course is to help you become comfortable with Logical Frameworks!

Developed by humanitarian aid workers themselves through years of practice, this course will help you:

  • Establish a solid base of understanding of the hierarchy of logic
  • Develop indicators which are easy-to-measure and capture your achievements
  • Analyze your external environment and design your project with necessary assumptions and risks in mind.

The completely self directed online course consists of four modules that cover all the most important aspects of the topic and more than three hours of video material:

  • Hierarchy of Logcigal Frameworks
  • LogFrames as a basis for Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E)
  • Sources of Verification: What are they?
  • Critical Assumptions and Risks

If you want to get over your fear of Logframes and learn how to design them in a way that saves you time and resources and makes your proposals more successful - this course is for you. Join us and learn how to master Logframes!

Fee information

USD 160

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