Policy, Advocacy and Coordination Logic Model

 

The logic model for the Policy, Advocacy and Coordination program activity is defined in terms of activities/outputs, immediate/direct outcomes, intermediate outcomes and strategic outcomes. The model shows the process in achieving the Agency’s strategic outcome from activities/outputs through to immediate/direct and intermediate outcomes and how achieving these outcomes helps achieve the PAC program activity outcome and finally achieving the Agency’s strategic outcome.
 
The Policy, Advocacy and Coordination program activity is divided by three program sub-activities: policy, advocacy and coordination. Each program sub-activities has its own activities/outputs, immediate/direct outcomes and intermediate outcomes.
 
The Policy program sub-activity’s activities and outputs are:

The Advocacy program sub-activity’s activities and outputs are:

The Coordination program sub-activity’s activities and outputs are:

The Policy program sub-activity’s immediate/direct outcomes are:

The Advocacy program sub-activity’s immediate/direct outcomes are:

The Coordination program sub-activity’s immediate/direct outcomes are:

The Policy program sub-activity’s intermediate outcomes are:

The Advocacy program sub-activity’s intermediate outcomes are: 

The Coordination program sub-activity’s intermediate outcomes are:

These 3 intermediate outcomes work together to ensure to create Policies and programs that strengthen the Atlantic economy, which then leads to achieving the Agency’s strategic outcome of a competitive Atlantic Canadian Economy.

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