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A step by step approach to using a logic model to solve a community problem (08 Aug 17)

Logic models – an ideal tool for anyone working in the community


A project can be thought of as a hypothesis: if a project is implemented, then the expected results will follow.

Here are some tips for developing a logic model. Even if you don't use a logic model you may still find these questions useful. 

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