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.
TechnoServe staff identified a gap in coffee supply chain in Honduras, and used the opportunity to improve economic outcomes for women.
Smallholder Honduran coffee farmers are benefiting from agronomy training and direct relationships with buyers.
A plantain business in Honduras demonstrates how women's inclusion can translate into higher sales, expanded markets and a more diverse talent pool.
Envisioning a more environmentally and economically sustainable future, Ninfa Lanza is dedicating part of her farm to organic coffee production.
When it comes to protecting both smallholder incomes and the larger global food supply against climate-induced shocks, there are three important factors to consider.