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DETAILED PRESENTATION OF THE TOOL

What is a problem diagram?
  • What does a problem diagram represent?
  • Where does the problem diagram come from?
  • What shape can it take?
  • What is a logical link?
Why and when should a problem diagram be used?
  • When should a problem diagram be used?
  • Problem or objective: which comes first?
  • What are its advantages and limitations?
  • With which tools can it be combined?
  • What are the preconditions for its use?
How should the problem diagram be constructed?
  • Stage 1: how to identify the problems
  • Stage 2: how to construct the problem diagram
  • How many diagrams must be developed?
  • How should the problem diagram be used?
  • How are the findings presented?
  • What are the preconditions for the establishment of the problem diagram?
Why and when should a problem diagram be used in country evaluations?
  • When should it be used in country evaluations?
  • Which problems must be taken into account?
  • Which documentation should be referred to?
  • Which types of problem diagrams can be used?
Quality control
  • What are the key issues to control?
  • How should the quality grid be used?
Examples of its use in the planning field

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