In some cases, donors provide the templates they want you to use for illustrating your project’s theory of change or describing your project’s performance monitoring and evaluation strategy. But when they don’t, these META templates may be useful. For example, you might use a theory of change template in the Logic Model section of a proposal, and include a logical framework (logframe) in the Performance Monitoring and Evaluation section.
In collaboration with your team, you can first complete a theory of change diagram using one of three suggested templates. Then, use your completed theory of change to develop your project’s logframe to outline how you will measure project performance.
Want to learn more?
- See META’s 7 Steps for Developing Theories of Change, with accompanying Case Study.
- See META’s 8 Tips for Using Logic Models to Improve Project Design, Monitoring and Evaluation, with accompanying Case Study.
Topic(s): Monitoring and Evaluation
Subtopic(s): Project Design and M&E Planning
Resource Type: Tool or Template
Date: July 25, 2016
Target Audience(s): Service Provider