Introducing our 2012 Progress Report

February 23, 2012

Learn how TechnoServe is working to help impoverished men and women harness the power of private enterprise to increase their incomes and improve their lives.

In the developing world, millions of otherwise ambitious and enterprising people remain trapped in poverty because they lack access to information, skills or capital. In TechnoServe’s 2012 Progress Report, we show how we are working to help these men and women harness the power of private enterprise to increase their incomes and improve their lives.

This year’s report features a letter from our chairman and president, in-depth stories on our work in the cocoa industry and our efforts to empower women, and program updates from across the world.

Read our progress report online in English, Spanish or French. Alternatively, visit our Resource Library to download the report as a PDF.

 

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