This chapter of the MTDP captures the whole of the plan in a single “four-by-four” matrix called the Logical Framework (Log frame) or Project Planning Matrix (PPM).
It provides a one-stage summary of what the plan is expected to achieve, how they are going to be achieved, which factors are crucial for the success of the plan, how can its success be assessed, and where data will be found to do the assessment. The PPM facilitates the formulation of the DMTDP in terms of the following four (4) levels of objectives, namely;
a) Overall plan/project goals
b) Project purpose
c) (expected) results/outputs and
The log frame also spells out the indicators that will measure the extent of achievement of each objective (OBJECTIVELY VERIFIABLE INDICATORS (OVIs), the means of verifying these indicators (MEANS OF VERIFICATION MOVs) and the necessary conditions that need to prevail in order to achieve the objectives (IMPORTANT ASSUMPTIONS).
This way, the plan having several components, it is possible for the PPM to detect duplication as well as ensure that there is coordination between each of the components. Table 4.1 depicts the PPM of the DMTDP 2006 – 2006.
For tables refer to pdf file attached