A Results Framework presents the results of the project as a series of interim results to be achieved (effects, but also outputs). The activities needed for this are generally not mentioned explicitly.
This model is often used to depict entire programmes with several projects that might be carried out by a number of service providers.
|Relations between projects can be presented clearly||Takes no account of external influences|
|Focus on the project’s – or programme’s – core elements||Risk of tunnel vision|
|Good basis for impact assessment|