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Training Opportunity - "Logical Framework Approach (LEA)"

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  • Posted By: CambodiaCircles Editor
  • Posted: November 4, 2011
  • Last Updated: November 4, 2011
  • Views: 2439
  • Category: Personal » Training & Classes
  • Tags: #training #logical framework approach #LFA
  • Location: Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Center (CJCC), RUPP-CJCC, Russian Confederation Blvd., Khan Toul Kork, Phnom Penh, Cambodia   
  • Description:


    Logical Framework Approach (LFA), often known as Ziel orientierte Projekt Planung (ZOPP) or Goal Oriented Project Planning (GOPP) or Objective Oriented Project Planning (OOPP), plas a pivotal role in Program Cycle Management (PCM). Since its inception in the late 1960s, LFA has been employed by a variety of high-profile organizations or institutions like not-for-profit organizations, corporate institutions and donor communities in order to assess situations, to identify options, to appraise, to plan, to design, to ipmlement, to monitor/ review and to evaluate a program in a logical, systematic, participatory and transparent manner. In addition, LFA gives a structured, logical approach to setting priorities, and determining the intended purpose and results of a program.

    Target Participants

    The training mainly focuses on people with such positions as Executive Directors, Program Managers/Officers, Program Coordinators, Grant Managers/Officers, Fundraising Managers/ Officers, and Monitoring and Evaluation Managers/Officers, who are working for NGOs, donor communities, public institutions and private companies. For interested people or those who are, have active role to play in designing and developing project proposals for potential donors, strong encouragement is given to also participate in the training. 

    Overall Objctive

    The training is to improve middle and top managers in a way as to make them fully knowledgeable and skillful in conducting problem analysis, stakeholder analysis, especially in developing logical framework for the project, which contains accurate and reliable information on expected results, specific objective, overall objectives, objectively verifiable indicators of achievement, sources and means of verification, and assumptions. As a result, this will help in project design, implementation as well as monitoring and evaluation process with high accountability. On the other hand, the participants will be made more familiar with the designing and developing of project proposal or concept note under specific grant guidelines for some of the aid donors. 

    Course Outline

    Topic 1: Problem Analysis
    Topic 2: Problem Tree Diagram, Objective Analysis, Alternative Analysis and Stakeholder Analysis

    Topic 3: Stakeholder Analysis and Overview of Logframe Matrix Table

    Topic 4: Logframe Matrix Table, Indicators and Mean of Verification 

    Topic 5: Developing Full Logframe Matrix Table and Project Proposal Writing

    Topic 6: Specific Project Proposal Format

    Date and Time

    To suit your availability individually, the training is divided into 3 different groups with its date and time-frame as follows:

    •  Group I (full-time class): November 23-27, 2011 (8:00 am – 12:00 pm and 2:00 pm – 5:30 pm)
    • Group II (weekend class): December 3-4, 2011 and December 10-11, 2011 and December 17-18, 2011(8:00 am – 12:00 pm and 2:00 pm – 5:30 pm)

    • Group III (full-time class): December 24-28, 2011 (8:00 am – 12:00 pm and 2:00 pm – 5:30 pm) 

    Minimum Requirements

    Failure to return your completed training application from within the given deadline may affect your eligibility.

    All trinees are strongly encouraged to take part in full training sessions in a proactive and participatory manner. If anyone attends the training session for less than 80 percent of total training time, they will not be eligible for the certificate of completion. 


    The teaching is conducted in Khmer while slide presentation (Microsoft PowerPoint) and handouts in English.

    Should you need further details, please kindly make direct contact with Ms. Chea Sokhom, Training Assistant, at or via 089 350 567 / 023 6999 624

    Training fee is US$350 per participant including lunch break, training kit, handouts, and coffee refreshments. Any organization sending 3 staff or above to participate in the training will be granted 10 percent off.


    The deadline for application is November 21, 2011 (group I), December 2, 2011(group II) and December 21, 2011 (group III). Failure to return your completed training application form within the given deadline may affect your eligibility.

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