Growing Opportunity: 2015 Annual Report

June 29, 2016

Experience our latest annual report to see how we improved the lives of 1.6 million people last year.

Last year, TechnoServe helped farmers and small business owners generate $75.3 million in added revenue and wages, creating a lasting impact on industries and communities worldwide.

We are proud to share the results and higlights from our work in our 2015 Annual Report. The interactive report features stories about the enterprising people behind the numbers, like Christine Acan, a former child soldier who has become a successful business owner, and Aman Aboali, a farmer who has parlayed his new coffee income into producing more food.

This impact would not have been possible without the generous support of our donors and partners. Thank you for helping to catalyze meaningful and lasting change. 

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