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					PROGRAM DESIGN FOR VALUE CHAIN INITIATIVES WORKSHEETS

April 2008

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Worksheet #1 Goal and Purpose Articulator Impact mission

Target population

Target subsector/industry

Goal Statement

Target market opportunity Broad Program Strategy

Purpose Statement

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Worksheet #2 Strengths and Constraints Analyser - Strengths Assessment Table Aspect of the Value Chain Strengths End Market (Competitiveness)

Business Environment, Socio-Economic Context Value Chain Relationships (and embedded products and services) Support Products and Services (Fee-forservice) Business Performance (SEs and others in the value chain) Other …

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Worksheet #3 Strengths and Constraints Analyser - Constraint Analysis Tree 1
GOAL STATEMENT: PURPOSE STATEMENT: Overall Constraint (Symptom)

Constraint 1:

Constraint 2:

Constraint 3:

Cause 1-A:

Cause 1-B:

Cause 2-A:

Cause 3-A:

Cause 1-A:

Cause 1-B:

Cause 3-A:

Root Cause

Root Cause

Root Cause*

*May transfer to the Risk Manager as risk factors
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Adapted from AusGuide – A Guide To Program Management, AUSAID.

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Worksheet #4 Sustainable Solutions Finder - Solution Tree
GOAL STATEMENT: PURPOSE STATEMENT: Solution:

Solution 1

Solution 2

Solution 3

Solution 1-A

Solution 1-B

Solution 2-A

Solution 3-A

Solution 1-A

Solution 1-B

Solution 3-A

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Worksheet #5 Sustainable Solutions Finder - Sustainable Solutions Table End Market Business Value chain Support (CompetiEnvironment Relationships Services tiveness) Socio(Embedded economic and Fee-based) Context Expected This will include the upper two levels of the solutions tree. Value Chain Impact* Outcomes*

Business Performance

Solution

Customer

Provider

Payment Mechanism (Embedded, Fee-based, Sponsorship) *May transfer directly to Worksheet #8 – Logical Framework Matrix.

Logframe: A logframe sums up a program design in a one page chart. It is both a project planning tool, and a monitoring and evaluation framework. Key pieces of the program design process feed into the logframe.

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Worksheet #6 Interventions (Market Facilitation Activities) Table Goal: Broad Program Strategy (Purpose)*: Solution & Business Model (Customer, Provider, Payment Mechanism) Entry Point Piloting Replication and Learning Exit Strategy Summary of Intervention*

Other Program Activities: *May transfer directly to Worksheet #8 – Logical Framework Matrix.

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Worksheet #7 Risk Manager Assumption* Critical Risk Impact of Risk on Project Mitigation Strategy

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*May transfer directly to Worksheet #8 – Logical Framework Matrix..

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Worksheet #8 Logical Framework - Logical Framework Matrix 2 Project Title Country/Region Partner Organization Requested Donor Contribution Project Manager NARRATIVE SUMMARY EXPECTED RESULTS Contribution by other sources PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT Performance Indicators Indicators to demonstrate achievement of stated impact. ASSUMPTIONS/RISK INDICATORS Assumptions - Risk Indicators ASSUMPTIONS Conditions that must hold true for outcomes to result in long-term impact RISK INDICATORS Indicators to measure status of assumptions above Total Project Budget

Project Goal Impact (Program Objective) Long-term result as a consequence of achieving specified Long-term project objective that results outcomes from project purpose

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CIDA, 1997.

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Project Purpose Medium-term project objective that results from stated resources

Outcomes Medium term results as a consequence of specified outputs.

Performance Indicators Indicators to demonstrate achievement of stated outcomes.

Assumptions - Risk Indicators ASSUMPTIONS Conditions that must hold true for outputs to result in outcomes RISK INDICATORS Indicators to measure status of assumptions above

Resources (inputs and/or activities) Listing by category of inputs and activities required to achieve project purpose

Outputs Short-term results as a consequence of specified project resources.

Performance Indicators Indicators to demonstrate achievement of shortterm results.

Assumptions - Risk Indicators ASSUMPTIONS Conditions that must hold true for resources to result in outputs RISK INDICATORS Indicators to measure status of assumptions above

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Worksheet #9 Implementation Planner - Implementation Plan

Interventions: (Summarize each intervention on one line.)

Timeframe (Q1, Q2, Y1, Y2, etc.)

Level of Effort

Person/ Partner Responsible

New Expertise Required (if applicable)

Capacity Building Plan (if applicable)

A.

B.

C.

D.

E.

Management & Administration Monitoring & Evaluation

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Intervention A – Implementation Planning Worksheet Steps: Timeframe (Q1, Q2, Q3, etc.) Level of Effort Person/Part ner Responsible New Expertise Required (if applicable) Capacity Building Plan (if applicable)

Entry

Pilot

Replication and Learning

Exit

Total (This line goes into consolidated Implementation Plan Worksheet)

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Intervention B – Implementation Planning Worksheet Steps: Timeframe (Q1, Q2, Q3, etc.) Level of Effort Person/ Partner Responsible New Expertise Required (if applicable) Capacity Building Plan (if applicable)

Entry

Pilot

Replication and Learning

Exit

Total (This line goes into consolidated Implementation Plan Worksheet)

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Intervention C – Implementation Planning Worksheet Steps: Timeframe (Q1, Q2, Q3, etc.) Level of Effort Person/ Partner Responsible New Expertise Required (if applicable) Capacity Building Plan (if applicable)

Entry

Pilot

Replication and Learning

Exit

Total (This line goes into consolidated Implementation Plan Worksheet)

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Intervention D – Implementation Planning Worksheet Steps: Timeframe (Q1, Q2, Q3, etc.) Level of Effort Person/ Partner Responsible New Expertise Required (if applicable) Capacity Building Plan (if applicable)

Entry

Pilot

Replication and Learning

Exit

Total (This line goes into consolidated Implementation Plan Worksheet)

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Intervention E – Implementation Planning Worksheet Steps: Timeframe (Q1, Q2, Q3, etc.) Level of Effort Person/ Partner Responsible New Expertise Required (if applicable) Capacity Building Plan (if applicable)

Entry

Pilot

Replication and Learning

Exit

Total (This line goes into consolidated Implementation Plan Worksheet)

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Worksheet #10 Budget Guide - Basic Budget3 Year One Personnel Local Staff HQ Staff Consultants Facilitation Activities Grants Workshops Training Sessions Travel Local Travel Vehicle & Costs International Travel Project Office Rent Utilities Equipment and maintenance Communication Supplies
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Year Two

Year Three

Total

Notes / Assumptions

This is a basic budget for a value chain development program. It does not take into consideration special activities such as matching grants etc., or organizational indirect overheads.

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Headquarters Direct Costs Communications Photocopying Postage Capacity Building Activities Monitoring & Evaluation and Documentation of Learning Other Costs Contingency TOTAL REQUESTED FROM DONOR Matching Contribution Third-Party Contributions TOTAL PROJECT BUDGET Note: Given the huge disparity between program budgets and costs between countries, no example is provided.

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