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A Guide for Developing a Logical Framework

Author: Centre for International Development and Training 

The Logical Framework is a tool to help strengthen project design, implementation and evaluation. This guide helps to develop and use a Logical Framework.

Guidance Note 3: Theory of Change approach to climate change adaptation programming

Authors: Bours, D., McGinn, C. & Pringle, P. (for SEA Change CoP, UKCIP)
Publication date: 2014

This Guidance Note describes the Theory of Change approach and explains why it is a good fit for climate change adaptation programming. It highlights its differences with the more familiar logic model / logical framework (‘logframe’) approaches – and also shows how they can be used together.

Guidance Note 2: Selecting indicators for climate change adaptation programming

Authors: Bours, D., McGinn, C. & Pringle, P. (for SEA Change CoP, UKCIP)
Publication date: 2014

Contributing to the debate on how to deal with the complexities of climate change adaptation (CCA) as evaluators, this second guidance note poses the question: how does one go about choosing appropriate indicators?

Project/programme monitoring and evaluation (M&E) guide

Author: IFRC
Publication date: 2011

The purpose of this guide is to promote a common understanding and reliable practice of monitoring and evaluation (M&E) for IFRC project/programmes. It is meant to be a desktop reference that supplements the more concise and field-friendly IFRC PMER (planning, monitoring, evaluation and reporting) Pocket Guide. Therefore, this guide is not intended to be read from cover to cover; the reader can refer to specific topics for more detail when needed.

AEA Webinar: Monitoring & Evaluation Planning for Projects/Programs - Scott Chaplowe

This webinar is part of a four-part series on monitoring and evaluation. In this Coffee Break, Scott Chaplowe will provide concise guidance to develop and implement an M&E system for project planning, implementation, and evaluation. The webinar covers the key components of a M&E system that trace a logical train of thought from the project’s theory of change to the specific objectives needed for these changes, methods for measuring change, and protocols for collecting and analyzing data and information. 

A guide to project M&E - Managing for Impact

Authors: I. Guijt & J.Woodhill
Publication Date: 2000 

Collection of booklets focusing on project M&E and stakeholder engagement in M&E through understanding, learning and agreeing. Clear overview of background ideas and details on how to set up and implement an M&E system.

AusGuide - A Guide to Program Management

A range of downloadable documents on every step of a project. AusGuide provides guidance on preparing and implementing program strategies and initiatives. It supports the management of AusAID development programs and Australian Government initiatives delivered under those programs.