Program logic templates

Program logic templates

A program logic is simply a graphical portrayal of your theory that is succinct and easy to understand.

Your program logic can take the form of words, diagrams, tables, or a combination of all three. Program logics are often (but not always) captured in one page, and are typically divided into inputs, outputs and outcomes.

There are many different formats which you can use to help capture your program.

It’s important to remember that there is not right or wrong format. Look through the options below and use them as they are or adjust them to better meet your needs. The format isn’t as important as doing the critical thinking to develop a robust logic model.

 

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DIY Program Evaluation Kit

DIY Program Evaluation Kit

In "Plain English"

Not sure how to monitor your program’s performance?

Don’t know where to start to judge whether your program is on track?

A monitoring and evaluation framework is an integral part of understanding how well your program is performing.

It helps you set out and record the activities you need to complete to assess your program’s performance over time to assess whether your program is on the right track.

We created this M&E framework guide to help you build your own. The guide gives you the right structure and useful explanation of what is typically required in each section

Download our comprehensive guide to build an M&E framework for your own program today.

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