If we really look at the LFA more closely, we will understand that it is not as complicated as it sounds. In fact, the LFA is nothing but putting together your whole project proposal in one table with brief descriptions of the projects.
Different terms are applied for various parts of the LFA by different donors. Nevertheless, they mean the same. If we understand the general principles of developing the logframe, it is easier for us to complete LFAs of many different donor organizations.
As an LFA is an integral part of a proposal, first we need to complete the proposal so that it becomes an easy reference for writing the logframe. We can always go back and forth from logframe to the proposal to make any changes. To begin with, completing the proposal in a draft manner or at least writing down various proposal components is a good practice before feeding information into the logframe.