Marta Moratti is a consultant at OPM specialized in quantitative research and analysis, working on household survey design and analysis. She holds a Master in Development Economics from Sussex University and a PhD in International Law and Economics from Bocconi University/ Sussex University. She has worked for DFID, IDS, IRC-UNICEF, ODI and Sussex University on topics related to monetary and non monetary poverty analysis, consumption survey design and socio-economic analysis. She recently joined the survey/statistics team and she is involved in the Independent Monitoring and Evaluation Project for the State Level Programmes (IMEP) in Nigeria, where she supports the development of the M&E system and the cross-programmes impact assessment strategy. She supports the management of the Millennium Challenge Account Namibia (MCA-N) project as well as the data quality review of Monitoring and Programme data from the M&E Plan. She works on the implementation of the ICMM Mining: Partnerships for Development Toolkit for Vale in Brazil, on the socio-economic impact of mining on municipalities. She is working on a review of FinScope surveys’ questionnaire design and she is supporting the design and implementation of Evaluation of Social Assistance Grants for Empowerment (SAGE) programme in Uganda.