4.4 Formulating indicators (iii)
Continuing with the 'purpose and output' indicators, you can think of your purpose as encapsulating three interrelated ideas or components. You can use these to develop a set of indicators.
What changes or conditions in the project's target situation could you look at to know and show that each of these components has been achieved?
At this stage you are still focusing on qualitative changes, rather than numerical measures. Type your ideas in the boxes and then compare them with mine.
You can refer to these as 'indications of achievement'; they will provide the starting point for developing more formally defined indicators for the logframe matrix.
You may have had problems thinking of something that would indicate sustainability. My suggestion here draws attention to the importance of continuing community involvement to sustain the underlying vision of management by the community.