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.
Industry, government, and civil leaders gathered in Nairobi, Kenya to launch a joint initiative to build healthier economies and communities through food fortification
Our 2016 Annual Report shared several stories of how TechnoServe projects around the world are creating business solutions with the power to improve lives, including the story of Horsin Kalikeka, whose specially outfitted bicycle helped him to increase his income while improving his community's access to nutritious foods.
This post by Business Fights Poverty explores key insights from the Harvard Kennedy School's report on TechnoServe’s East Africa Coffee Initiative.
Peter Rotich, a maize farmer in Kenya, demonstrates a sustainable model for increasing smallholders’ access to mechanized services and best agricultural practices.
Food processing businesses are working to end hunger by increasing their capacity to provide quality, nutritious fortified foods for local communities.