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Social Sciences - International Org/Dev/Coop
|Spanish term or phrase: marco lógico |
|It is an instrument used for planning development projects... looking at the objectives, results etc...|
|logical framework approach (LFA - methodology) Logical framework (Logframe - design matrix)|
The answer you're looking for depending on the context in which the term is set. There are two different things: a planning matrix and a project design methodology. Marco lógico can refer to both.
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Logical Framework Approach, ZOPP, and OOPP - What and Why
The two terms Logical Framework (LF or Logframe) and the Logical Framework Approach (LFA) are sometimes confused. The LogFrame is a document, the Logical Framework Approach is a project design methodology.
Note: For most purposes the three terms; Logical Framework Approach, ZOPP and OOPP are terms for the same project design methodology or process. The terms OOPP and ZOPP mean respectively; Objectives Oriented Project Planning and in German Ziel Orientierte Projek Planung. All three terms refer to a structured meeting process which we will refer to as LFA.
The logical framework document is a 4 column by 4 row matrix. The cells of the matrix contain text that succinctly describes the most important features of a project. If the correct process (LFA) was used to develop the content of the logframe, the document will reveal the quality of the design and make flaws readily apparent. (Follow this link for a detailed explanation of the Logical Framework document - often referred to as the "Project Matrix")
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