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This paper documents the lessons drawn from several years of practical work with a range of Programme and Project Cycle Management (PPCM) processes and tools. The need for PPCM training, and not simply Logical Framework training, is emphasised, as is the importance of using an experiential training methodology. Institutional ownership of both PPCM tools and approaches are considered to be vital for success. Since so many donors now use PPCM tools, the need for development professionals to have PPCM skills and knowledge is paramount. The value of log frames as a tool to both increase programme/project ownership and communication is highlighted. The importance of thinking outside the boxes of the log frame at the project/programme review stage is also emphasised.

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10.1080/0961452032000125875

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