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“Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here?” “That depends a good deal on where you want to get to.” said the Cat. Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll
Logic Models Provides a picture of how your program works Gives logical chain of connections showing what your program will accomplish A series of “if-then” relationships
Logic Model Components Situation Influential factors Assumptions Resources/Inputs Outputs: Activities + Participation Outcomes/Impact
Situation What is the present problem?
Influential Factors What factors may impact the program? – Within the person – Environment
Assumptions Client is honest in providing information Client will make a good faith effort to change practices or habits
Resources / Inputs What is invested to the program: – Staff expertise, time, money/funding, materials, equipment, partners
Outputs (activities + participation) Activities: what is done (events or actions) – Workshops, meetings, counseling, training, assessments, curriculum development
Outputs (activities + participation) Participation – Who the program reaches: Participants, customers, citizens
Outcomes / Impact Program objectives – Short-term (learning) – Medium-term (actions) – Long-term (conditions)
Short-term outcomes Learning (KAB) – Awareness – Knowledge – Attitudes – Skills – Opinions – Motivations
Medium-term outcomes Actions – Behavior – Practice – Decisions – Policies – Social actions
Long-term outcome Conditions – Social – Economic – Civic – Environmental
Example Situation = headache Assumption = the headache is not caused by an undetected disease Input = medication Output = take medication Outcome = headache goes away
“If-Then” thinking If I have a headache, then I should take an aspirin If I take an aspirin, then the headache will go away
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