Extract from the Session 5 of the training module Gender Analysis for Monitoring and Evaluation: the engendered logframe approach
Engendering the logical framework is about identifying and accounting for the gender issues implicit in the planning, monitoring, and evaluation of research and development projects. The conventional use of the logframe warrants critique because it has often been gender blind with insufficient attention paid to the nature of the process behind its preparation and use. Hence, this paper describes the potential of the logframe for R&D monitoring and evaluation, taking into account gender roles and relations."
This course introduces a holistic approach to planning and evaluating education and outreach programs. It helps program practitioners use and apply logic models, and provides a foundation in logic models - a framework and way of thinking to help us improve our work and be accountable for results. You will learn what a logic model is and how to use one for planning, implementation, evaluation or communicating about your program.