The project’s logical framework or logframe is the theory of change on which the project is built. Its components are:
They are questions to measure the extent to which each level of the logical frame is achieved during project implementation.
It's the answers to the questions which appeared in the form of indicators and are usually written in numbers for quantitative indicators.
Documents that we send the donor upon request for the quarterly, semi-annual, and annual reports during project implementation and contain answers we obtained for the indicators.
They are tasks or events required to be accomplished to achieve the output they follow.
(Theory of change) Logical Framework
Implementing Problems tree into a logical framework
An example of a logframe in a project proposal