Sajal is a seasoned professional and brings a wealth of expertise in research and monitoring, evaluation, accountability, and learning (MEAL) in Renewable World with over five years of experience. Sajal excels in various aspects of MEAL, including designing MEAL frameworks, theory of change (ToC) and logical frameworks, creating both quantitative and qualitative tools, conducting surveys and qualitative exercises, analyzing data, and preparing comprehensive reports. Sajal has provided monitoring and evaluation services to a diverse range of clients, including notable organizations such as USAID, DFID, IFRC, FCA, GIZ, UNDP, DAI, British Council, UN WFP, International IDEA, the Government of Nepal, Save the Children, World Vision, and many others. The areas where Sajal has made significant contributions through MEAL services cover a wide spectrum, including inclusive education, community engagement, relief and recovery efforts, governance, livelihood programs, disaster response, needs assessments, impact evaluations, baseline/ midterm/ endline evaluations, situational analyses, gender equality, disability, and social inclusion (GEDSI), and safeguarding. Sajal’s extensive experience in working with diverse MEAL systems has provided him with a deep understanding of overarching MEAL principles and approaches. He holds a Master’s degree in Public Policy and Management from Kathmandu University School of Management and is also a graduate in Economics from University of Delhi, India. Beyond the world of research and MEAL, Sajal is a passionate writer and has contributed as a columnist to respected Nepali national dailies, including The Kathmandu Post and The Himalayan Times.