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.
With advanced training from TechnoServe advisors, Honduran cocoa farmers are growing high-quality, native varieties that receive a higher price from cocoa buyers.
With TechnoServe’s assistance, the 12 women who cultivate and sell roses and carnations through the Floricultura El Clavel cooperative in Intibucá, Honduras, are strengthening their business
Juan Deras, a member of the Flor del Pino cooperative in Honduras, displays berries from a coffee tree. Juan and his fellow cooperative members own some of the best land for coffee production in Honduras. In 2007, TechnoServe began developing the farmers’ practices in the field and in the market.
Some 560 small- to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) will be able to develop their businesses through a new entrepreneurship development program, “Impulsa Tu Empresa (Boost Your Business), that TechnoServe plans to implement in Nicaragua, Honduras, Guatemala and Burkina Faso in Africa.
An employee of the CAPROCAFIM cooperative in Honduras arranges cocoa seedlings. With support from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, TechnoServe and our partners have revitalized the cocoa industry in Honduras, creating a new source of income for farmers like the 60 members of CAPROCAFIM.