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Unformatted text preview: Operational Objectives and Logical Framework: Cyrus Engineer, DrPH, MHS, MHA 1 The Logical Framework Section B Logical Framework A program planning and evaluation tool to . . . Link actions and results Test the coherence of a plan Set up project plans And evaluate the plan Required by funders (USAID, DANIDA, Gates, etc.) The first logical framework developed for USAID at the end of 1960s Several versions and improvements over time 2 Operational Objectives and Logical Framework: Cyrus Engineer, DrPH, MHS, MHA 2 Logical Framework: Vertical Logic 3 Logical Framework: Vertical Logic 4 Operational Objectives and Logical Framework: Cyrus Engineer, DrPH, MHS, MHA 3 Verifiable indicators Means of verification Levels of inputs, outputs, and results How indicator is measured Logical Framework: Horizontal Logic 5 Reducing Child Mortality through Measles Immunization 6 Verifiable indicators Means of verification Goals Reduce child mortality by 30% in four years Baseline and follow-up survey Outcomes Reduction in measles cases each year No measles cases in year three and four Surveillance data Outputs 90% vaccine coverage in project area in each year Service records Special surveys Inputs Specified levels of personnel, vaccines, supplies, vehicles, and operating budgets Personnel reports Stock records Expenditure reports Operational Objectives and Logical Framework: Cyrus Engineer, DrPH, MHS, MHA 4 Logical Framework: Verifiable Indicators Verifiable indicators need to be SMART Activities/inputs Outputs Outcomes, and (Sometimes) goals Means of verification Where and how will you get the information or evidence to track the verifiable indicators 7 Reducing Child Mortality through Measles Immunization 8 Verifiable indicators Means of verification Goals Reduce child mortality by 30% in four years Baseline and follow-up...
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