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 East Africa, TechnoServe is testing innovative models for creating a profitable agribusiness that builds wealth in small farming communities. For smallholder farmers in Kenya, an out-grower model integrating information and communication technology has the potential to double their incomes.
In June, TechnoServe and the Center for Global Development convened a public event to discuss key questions affecting billions of aid dollars and the ability of development initiatives to deliver on our missions: How do we translate our data into better prospects for the world’s poor?
Explore the 2017 results from TechnoServe’s work to create prosperous, inclusive, built-to-last economies in 29 countries across the globe.
Kate Scaife Diaz, TechnoServe’s Director of Impact, discusses results from TechnoServe entrepreneurship projects and highlights how our data shows similar impact among the men and women we work with.
In an audit published last week, independent auditor ImpactMatters found that participants earned up to $34 in net revenue for every dollar TechnoServe spent on projects.