To start your framework planning exercise, consider the wider goal.
One distinguishing feature of framework planning is that it is goal driven, not activity driven. This means you start with what you want to achieve, not what you want to do. This is why the goal box is placed in the top left-hand corner.
Thinking back to the initial reasons for doing the project, answer the questions below. You can compare your answers with mine by clicking on the link below.
Don’t worry if your answer is different from mine.
You may have referred to local employment rather than socio-economic development in the top box. It’s true that employment was the main concern, but this was also seen as a way of supporting local businesses. Taking this into account, I decided to focus on a wider vision for a sustainable future of the community.
The focus of the entire project was clearly a local one, and this explains my answer in the second box.
Now fill in your goal for the project in the saveable logframe. Remember you can review or change what you have written at any time by clicking on the saveable logframe that can be accessed at any time via the link in the left-hand menu.