Logical framework. A LOGICAL FRAMEWORK FOR KANDEBENE VILLAGE COMMUNITY AID PROJECT: (Other (Not Listed) Sample)
Construction of a 4x4 logical framework in project planning.source..
UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI
SCHOOL OF CONTINUING AND DISTANCE EDUCATION
DEPARTMENT OF EXTRAMURAL STUDIES
MASTERS IN PROJECT PLANNING & MANAGEMENT
PROJECT DESIGN ASSIGNMENT
NGIGI JOSEPH NG’ANG’A
A LOGICAL FRAMEWORK FOR KANDEBENE VILLAGE COMMUNITY AID PROJECT:
After conducting stakeholder analysis in my case study at kandebene village it was established that the community long-term goal was to improve the quality of life of people living within kandebene village. After reviewing the findings of the situational and gender analysis, the community identified the main barriers to achieving the project goal to be, income generating activities for the villagers and general health due to poor sanitation and unclean household and drinking water.
Each problem was examined to determine the causes and effects of the problem, and opportunities for overcoming it. Any assumptions associated with addressing the problem were also noted. The following is a 4x4 logical framework developed for a project designed to solve problems cited in the case study and achieve the community long-term goal.
KANDEBENE VILLAGE COMMUNITY AID PROJECT 4X4 LOGICAL FRAMMEWORK:
OBJECTIVELY VERIFIABLE INDICATORS
MEANS OF VERIFICATION
Quality of life of people living in Kandebene village improved.
By 2022 in kandebene village;
-50 brick houses build.
-90% of the local community able to pay taxes.
-over 90% of the local population will afford quality health services.
-ministry of housing records.
-observation by visiting the village.
-county government records.
-local hospital records.
Villagers have basic knowledge on how to prioritize their needs.
1) Income generating activities for villagers improved.
2) General health in the village improved.
-proportion of income generated per household increase by;
5% in year one
15% in year two
At least 30% in the
- general health will improve by;
30% in year one
50% in year two
Over 75% in the following years.
-Community records e.g. farming group records.
- Management records e.g. milk plant pay roll records.
- Local hospital medical records.
-ministry of health statistical records.
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