Muhammad Tahir Ali – Monitoring & Evaluation
Muhammad Tahir Ali is a development practitioner with 10 years of experience with academia, policy-oriented research institutes, and international donor agencies at various capacities with a focus on agriculture, livestock, health, and education. Mr. Ali specializes in the domains of both monitoring and evaluation and has aided the establishment of the M&E unit of USAID’s Dairy Project, whereby he also supervised more than 7 provincial and national level surveys including those in militancy affected areas. He articulated and maintained comprehensive monitoring systems and tools to track/measure program implementation processes and accomplishments, conducted program reviews and evaluations as required by project leads, donors, and other stakeholders. Mr. Ali also specializes in Data Management, Data Analysis, Econometric Modeling, Value Chain Analysis, and Social Accountability Tools and is well versed in statistic tools like STATA and SPSS. He has also taught econometrics in renowned universities and delivered STATA training to numerous teams and organizations. He holds a Master’s degree in Economics from Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS).