TechnoServe's blog highlights the lessons and successes from our work with enterprising people in the developing world to build competitive farms, businesses and industries.
Can simple business solutions make conservation profitable for smallholder farmers?
Building on past successes has helped TechnoServe's Crescer program and the entrepreneurs it supports to improve strategies for stronger community economies.
Simple changes learned from TechnoServe's Smart Duka program help shop owners in informal settlements of Nairobi to improve their businesses and their livelihoods.
Women vegetable farmers in Muzaffarpur, India, benefit from collective marketing, cutting out the middlemen and putting more money back into their businesses and families.
TechnoServe President and CEO William Warshauer talks “Farming, Food and the Future of Work” at the Chicago Council Global Food Security Symposium.