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What is this methodology sheet for?

The Logical Framework Approach (LFA) should be considered as an aid to reflection on the content of your project, allowing information to be analysed and organised in a structured way. The logical framework is expressed in the form of a table attached to the application form within the framework of external cooperation programmes. Other programmes also favour this approach such as INTERREG (European territorial cooperation) or the European Fund for Refugees (2008-2013). For external aid, the completed table (the logical framework matrix «logframe») is the result of a process of reflection and action planning, implemented following the approach known as the LFA. This methodological approach is applied by the European Commission and all organisations involved in the programming of funds (foreign aid in particular). Whilst the European Commission does not oblige project leaders to follow this method of designing and planning of their projects, the principles of this approach can still be found in many sections in document formats used in applications for external aid.

Summary

  • THE STAGE OF THE LOGICAL FRAMEWORK APPROACH
  • THE CONTENT OF THE LOGFRAME
  • LOGICAL ACTION FRAMEWORK

Lorraine De Bouchony – CEO: Lorraine de Bouchony is co-founder of Welcomeurope. She coordinates strategic consulting missions for large private groups and contributes to numerous networks on public policies in Europe.

Valérie Buisine – Deputy Managing Director: after launching the Training Department in 2002, Valérie Buisine now heads the Consulting Department of Welcomeurope.

Vanessa Gehin – Consultant: formerly Head of Community co-financing at the Overseas Mobility Agency, Vanessa Gehin joined Welcomeurope as Senior Consultant.

Jeanne Collin – Consultant: former European Project Manager at the Centre National de Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), Jeanne Collin joined Welcomeurope as Senior Consultant.