WISE’s first training of 2018 was with Project Daya, an overseas community service project from the NTU Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine which serves a village in Batam, Indonesia. Project Daya first approached us in September 2017 for advice on how to cater better programs to the community.
To address Project Daya’s goal to be able to define a program with measurable outcomes and sustainable long-term goals, WISE facilitators Nicholas and Yoke Pean shared about how the logical framework matrix (or logframe) could be used as a tool within the project cycle. Using blended learning strategies designed for engaging and meaningful instruction, we guided the 13 participants through the process of creating a logframe for their own project.
We hope that the logframe tool will be useful to Project Daya as they plan for their upcoming trips, and WISE plans to continue supporting them through further training and mentoring. Visit their Facebook page to find out how their project progresses!
This training was powered by National Youth Council Singapore‘s Future-ready Youth grant.