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The Rosetta Stone of Logical Frameworks

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Jim Rugh. “The Rosetta Stone of Logical Frameworks." Care International and InterAction’s Evaluation Interest Group

 

COMPARISONS BETWEEN TERMINOLOGIES OF DIFFERENT DONOR AGENCIES for RESULTS / LOGICAL FRAMEWORKS

Compiled by Jim Rugh for CARE International and InterAction’s Evaluation Interest Group

 

 

Ultimate Impact

End Outcomes

Intermediate Outcomes

Outputs

Interventions

Needs-based

Higher Consequence

Specific Problem

Cause

Solution

Process

Inputs

CARE terminology[1]

Program Impact

Project Impact

Effects

Outputs

Activities

Inputs

CARE logframe

Program Goal

Project Final Goal

Intermediate Objectives

Outputs

Activities

Inputs

PC/LogFrame[2]

 

Goal

Purpose

Outputs

Activities

 

USAID Results Framework[3]

Strategic Objective

Intermediate Results

Outputs

Activities

Inputs

USAID Logframe[4]

 

Final Goal

Strategic Goal/ Objective

Intermediate results

Activities

202E

DANIDA + DfID[5]

Goal

Purpose

Outputs

Activities

 

CIDA[6] + GTZ[7]

Overall goal

Project purpose

Results/outputs

Activities

Inputs

European Union[8]

Overall Objective

Project Purpose

Results

Activities

 

FAO[9] + UNDP[10] + NORAD[11]

Development Objective

Immediate Objectives

Outputs

Activities

Inputs

UNHCR[12]

Sector Objective

Goal

Project Objective

Outputs

Activities

Input/Resources

World Bank

Long-term Objectives

Short-term Objectives

Outputs

 

Inputs

AusAID[13]

Scheme Goal

Major Development Objectives

Outputs

Activities

Inputs

 


[1] CARE Impact Guidelines, October 1999.

[2] PC/LogFrame (tm) 1988-1992 TEAM technologies, Inc.

[3] Results Oriented Assistance Sourcebook, USAID, 1998.

[4] The Logical Framework Approach to portfolio Design, Review and Evaluation in A.I.D.: Genesis, Impact, Problems and Opportunities. CDIE, 1987.

[5] A Guide to Appraisal, Design, Monitoring, Management and Impact Assessment of Health & Population Projects, ODA [now DFID], October 1995.

[6] Guide for the use of the Logical Framework Approach in the Management and Evaluation of CIDA’s International Projects. Evaluation Division.

[7]  ZOPP in Steps. 1989.

[8] Project Cycle Management: Integrated Approach and Logical Framework, Commission of the European Communities Evaluation Unit Methods and Instruments for Project Cycle Management, No. 1, February 1993.

[9] Project Appraisal and the Use of Project Document Formats for FAO Technical Cooperation Projects. Pre-Course Activity: Revision of Project Formulation and  Assigned Reading.  Staff Development Group, Personnel Division, August 1992.

[10] UNDP Policy and Program Manual.

[11]  The Logical Framework Approach (LFA).  Handbook for Objectives-oriented Project Planning.

[12]  Project Planning in UNHCR: A Practical Guide on the Use of Objectives, Outputs and Indicators for UNHCR Staff and Implementing Partners. Second Ver. March 2002.

[13] AusAID NGO Package of Information, 1998.

 


 

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