Framework

Framework

Outcome and Performance Framework
The Outcome Performance Framework stems from the Logic Model, taking each outcome and identifying assumptions behind, and performance indicators for, their achievement. It also proposes mens of verification of the indicators. It is similar to a project logical framework, but it is pitched at a strategic level, and does not extend to outputs and additives. These are included in the 2016 project plan and year calendar.
Mission
Our mission is to demystify the perception of Africa as the “Dark Continent” and to promote Pan-Africanism in the global arena driven by its own citizens.
ResultsIndicatorsMeans of VerificationAssumption behind the conversion an outcome to the next level
Shortterm
Outcome
Strengthened ability of African Union Clubs to engage in dialogue, great understanding of competence and, enhanced ability to identify and replicate good practices on youth participation, Pan-Africanism, African Renaissance and African development. Increased interaction between African Union Clubs networks/alliances, institutions of governance and private institution.# and % of African Union Clubs reporting their increase in their knowledge of good practices, readiness to engage with confidence in dialogue, increase participation in leadership roles and ability to create new networks and partnerships.Periodic-namely qualitative follow-up surveys of African Union Clubs that have signed under the organization. taking into account the pros and cons of the affiliation.There are sufficient opportunities for African Union Clubs to apply their new abilities and take ownership of the processes set in motion through the African Union Chapter by the projects underpinning their sustainability. They will share their experience with and support the youth of Africa.
Intermediate
Outcome
African Union as an implementation agent, that creates platforms in collaboration with other partners that implement the
solutions brought forward by its research filed (African Union Clubs). Furthermore, an increased collaboration with African youth within Higher Education.
# and% of African Union Clubs reporting significant increase in the number of platforms and improvements in their
engagements, collaboration and learning among each other and other institutions.
Periodic-namely qualitative follow-up surveys of African Union Clubs that have signed under the organization. taking into
account the pros and cons of the affiliation.
There are sufficient opportunities for African Union Clubs to apply their new abilities and take ownership of the processes set in motion through the African Union Chapter by the projects underpinning their sustainability. They will share their experience with and support the youth of Africa.
An African Union Chapter that is more effective, responsive and a knowledgebased approach to policy development is particularly imperative in the context of rapidly evolving realities and permanently fluctuating circumstances of younger
generations in Africa.
# and % of African Union Clubs reporting improvements in development, youth participation and the of values of the pan-African and African Renaissance and the implementation of Agenda 2063 in Africa.Periodic-namely qualitative follow-up surveys of African Union Clubs that have signed under the organization. taking into account the pros and cons of the affiliation.