Fredrick Iyamu is a planning, monitoring, evaluation, and program learning professional with more than eight years of work experience and demonstrated proficiency in results-based monitoring and evaluation, data and research analysis, and project management. He earned his undergraduate degree in Economics and Statistics from the University of Benin and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in Project Development and Implementation at the University of Ibadan. Fredrick is very interested in how data can play a critical role in the advancement of developing countries. He believes that data, when harnessed and used properly, can have a tremendous impact on the development of countries and provide a pool of information for evidence-based decisions, policies, and frameworks. While working at SOS Children’s Villages Nigeria as the Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning Coordinator, Fredrick helped implement the results-based management approach, which involves making evidence- and outcome-based decisions in project initiation, planning, executing, monitoring, controlling, and closing. This has resulted in improved project performance, outcomes, and impact. Over the past eight years, Fredrick has gained extensive knowledge and skills in project planning and monitoring, research, and data analysis. He is experienced in using various data collection, processing, analysis, and presentation tools such as MS Excel, SPSS, ODK, Kobotoolbox, Google Forms, and MS Project, to name a few.