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Theory of Change versus Logical Framework

What is a Theory of Change (ToC)?

As the name suggests, a ToC is the thinking behind how a particular intervention will bring about results. It is the critical assumptions on how the eventual interventions bring about change[1] . It is a comprehensive description and illustration of how and why a desired change is expected to happen in a particular context.[2]


What is a Logical framework/Logframe?

This s a planning tool consisting of a matrix which provides an overview of a project’s goal, activities and anticipated results. It provides a structure to help specify the components of a project and its activities and for relating them to one another. It also identifies the measures by which the project’s anticipated results will be monitored.


What are the differences between Theories of Change and Logical Frameworks?

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