Darcy’s program operates within a larger system. The last step in developing a logic model is identifying those factors external to the program that may affect whether the program will be able to achieve its goal and objectives.
It is important to remember that a true evaluation, not just performance measurement, is needed to demonstrate that results have been caused by your program and not external factors.
Check out this logic model diagram with definitions for each of these components.
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