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.
A fruit farm in Nampula Province uses capital from an agribusiness fund to improve its farm and benefit their community at the same time.
Jane Abramovich, leader of TechnoServe's Access to Finance Practice Group, and TechnoServe consultant Evan Spark-DePass explore the role of intermediaries in helping businesses access financing and scale their enterprises.
To help grow their sunflower oil business, the Majengo sisters needed access to finance, which is often a barrier to success for women entrepreneurs.
Partners gather to celebrate the successes of the Haiti Hope Project and reflect on the power of public-private partnerships as a vehicle for development.
A new Harvard Business School case study about the Haiti Hope Project explores how a business approach can succeed in an environment dominated by international aid.