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.
In rural Haiti, peanuts are helping to create jobs, provide nutrition and improve farmers’ livelihoods.
Achissalia Alifa is among thousands of workers and farmers who are finding new economic opportunities in Mozambique’s burgeoning forestry sector.
A USAID-supported program is creating sustainable economic opportunities for Tibetans in exile through workforce development, entrepreneurship support, and farming opportunities.
Small and growing businesses hold the potential to drive economic growth in the developing world. A new report examines the size and state of this thriving sector, as well as its main challenges.
The Agro-Forestry Village Program is paving an environmentally and economically sustainable path for rural communities in Mozambique.