Muhammad Sohaib is a monitoring, evaluation, and research professional with 10 years of experience. He has earned a Master’s degree in Econometrics and Statistics from the Pakistan Institute of Development Economics. Muhammad is working as a freelance consultant these days to provide support to evaluate projects. He has completed an assignment with UNDP to develop a framework to map all the national accounts (expenditures) with SDG indicators. He has led the monitoring and evaluation unit of Pakistan Peace Collective, a project of the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting that the British High Commission funded. He has established a monitoring and evaluation system for the project which helps to identify specific indicators as well as a reporting mechanism to map the outcomes. He was associated with the sustainable development policy institute (SDPI) as a monitoring and evaluation officer from 2012 to 2016. He contributed to the think tank with five publications including a book chapter, a working paper, and research reports. At SDPI, he has conducted various socio-economic surveys, focus group discussions, in-depth interviews, training on survey methods, designing of questionnaires, and in-depth analysis of survey data. He has published a working paper in SDPI on “The dynamics of access: implications of ‘voice,’ ‘exit’ and ‘accountability’ in the provision of public goods.” He also contributed a book chapter titled “Diaspora and economy: The effects of global economic slowdown on remittances.” His main areas of interest are monitoring and evaluation, migration, social accountability, governance, and econometrics.