Tool

Action learning: Thirsty Donkey

A logical framework can make monitoring and review processes much easier. Yet, what is an input? What is the difference of output and outcome? To be able to set up a logical framework, it is important to understand the categories that you work with. This small exercise is a fun way to explain the definitions to your participants.

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Goal

Understand the categories of a logical framework.

Tasks

  1. Download the printouts from the material section below and prepare everything for the exercise.
  2. Pin all pictures and categories randomly at a board or wall.
  3. Develop and explain the logical framework together with your workshop participants

Materials

Thirsty Donkey Printouts

Pin board, visualisation materials

 

Note

Suitable in workshop settings with 2 to 6 groups

Timeframe

0.5 hours

Output

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