Igniting Rural-Urban Innovation  Igniting Rural-Urban Innovation 

Igniting Rural-Urban Innovation  Igniting Rural-Urban Innovation 


Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E)


Health Development and Planning

Institutional Policy Development

MaacroDev Consulting is a multidisciplinary firm specializing in rural-urban linkages and provides evidence-based empirical research that integrates rural, peri-urban, and urban developments. Our expertise includes baseline studies, rural development, methodological and statistical design and analysis, environmental impact analysis, the intersection of climate, conflict, migration and displacement, social cohesion and regional integration, population research, and particularly livestock health and development.

Our staff comprises social scientists, research methodologists, monitoring and evaluation experts, urban and regional planners, institutional policy development and training professionals, preventive mother and child health development specialists, and Veterinary Medicine doctors and livestock health development specialists. Our experts are trained in the latest methodological techniques to assist development organizations, policymakers, and national governments in engaging in sound rural, peri-urban, and urban social and economic infrastructure development through research and planning.


To become a leader in sustainable rural-urban development and research in East Africa


To provide evidence and empirical-based research and consulting with excellence and integrity.


Our values are guided by quality, innovation, transparency, inclusivity, and empowerment.


Rural-Urban Development

One of the most pressing economic challenges facing Africa today is the increasing development gap between rural, peri-urban, and urban areas. A well-integrated and managed rural-urban development can play a pivotal role in reducing rural poverty, improving food security, and creating opportunities for regional economic transformation.

Our aim is to provide empirical research that can facilitate regional development, better access to employment opportunities, education, and healthcare for both rural and urban communities. We specifically aim to provide empirical research in the following areas: