This website has information about several parts of the “toolkit” for planning, managing and evaluating humanitarian interventions, including reducing armed violence. Results-based methods are part of the solution to identifying and rewarding success, and the Cynefin framework adds complexity thinking and provides tools and methods for interventions in complex and chaotic situations. Theories of change describe why we think an intervention can be expected to lead to the desired results, the results chain diagram and workplan describe how and when the results will be achieved. The logframe is a useful summary document when cause and effect are logically connected, not a miracle cure for planning problems.
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