Project Cycle Management Using the Logical Framework Approach (5th to 9th June 2017)

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This training follows a systematic process of introduction to Project Cycle
Management and Logical Framework Approach. By the end of the training,
the participants should be able to understand project cycle management,
how to use the tools, and have basic skills in using the Logical
Framework Approach in the management of projects and programmes.


5 Days


The training is meant for project managers, government officials, CBO
operatives, NGO employees, UN Staff and anyone involved in project
management activities


The training will be focused on:

  • Reviewing the definition of a Project
  • Understanding why Project Cycle Management (PCM) is important
  • Understanding the Purpose and Process of the Appraisal (or Formulation) and Financing Phases of PCM
  • Understanding and being able to apply the 7 Steps of Logical Framework Analysis (LFA)
  • Understanding the purpose and process of the Implementation Phase of PCM
  • Understanding and being able to implement the structures and formats required for implementation of projects
  • Understanding the importance of project monitoring and being able to apply the LFA monitoring system
  • Understanding the purpose and process of the Evaluation Phase of PCM
  • Understanding the purpose and processes of the Mid-Term Review and the End-of-Term Review
  • Understanding the criteria used in evaluations


Module 1
Introduction to PCM-LFA What is a Project? What is a Project?Project Cycle Management The EU Project Cycle PCM and LFA Background to the Approach The LogFrame Approach The Programming Phase The Identification Phase

Module 2
Project Appraisal Phase The Appraisal & Financing Phases LogFrame and the Appraisal Stage
The Steps of Logframe
Why Analyse Stakeholders? Purpose of the Step
Step 1: Analysing Stakeholders Making Project Decisions Stakeholder Terms
Step 2: The Problem Analysis
Step 3: The Objectives Analysis

Module 3
Step 4: The Strategy Analysis
Step 5: The Project Plan The PPM Objectives Activities and Means Defining Assumptions Project Indicators and Means of Verification
Step 6: Activity SchedulingStep 7: Project Budgeting (“Resourcing”)

Module 4
Implementation Phase The Implementation Phase
**Monitoring Projects Reporting on Progress **

Module 5
Evaluation Phase The Evaluation Phase
Types of Evaluation Criteria for Evaluation
Evaluation Criteria & Logframe

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