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How to develop a problem tree and an objective tree?

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Eurofunding 2017 - ToolBox
Author : Abigail Faure
Updated : September 1st 2016

APPLYING FOR FUNDING - CPREPARE YOUR APPLICATION

Develop a problem tree and an objective tree
The Logical Framework Approach (LFA) to structure the content of your project is highly recommended for external cooperation programmes and other programmes (INTERREG or European Fund for Refugees 2008-2013). To formalize your project above and fill in the table annexed to the application form (the «matrix» of the logical framework), you must identify the central problem of the action. This preparatory work can be done by constructing a problem tree and an objective tree.
SUMMARY
DEVELOPPING THE «PROBLEM TREE» 2
DEVELOPPING THE «OBJECTIVE TREE» 3





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