Muhammad Amjad Saqib, (28 February 1957) is a Pakistani author, social entrepreneur and a former civil servant. He is the author of many books including Akhuwat ka Safar and Kamyab Log, and has been writing columns in several Pakistani newspapers like Daily Jinnah, Daily Jang and Nawa-i-Waqt. He is recipient of several national and international awards including Sitara-e-Imtiaz, third highest civil award in Pakistan. He is founder of Akhuwat Foundation which runs a microfinance credit program. He is known for his work for education management, social mobilization and poverty alleviation.
- “Poverty is poison. Poverty is a pain. We need to rise together and make concerted efforts to reduce poverty and make this world a happy place to live in.”
- as quoted in the news report about receiving the recognition from "Commonwealth Point of Light Award" - (Pakistan Today report dated March 28, 2018)