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 only four years, Mozambique cashew farmers have planted more than 500,000 cashew seedlings, while burgeoning processing plants across the country work to connect these booming yields with premium markets.
Participants in TechnoServe's Business Women Connect program are helping to shape the development sector's strategies around the roles that mobile savings and business trainings play in women's empowerment.
After four years of work in Mozambique’s agricultural sector, the FinAgro program is forecasted to increase participating businesses’ revenues by an average of 67 percent.
Cashew farming communities in northern Mozambique are seeing firsthand the important contributions that women can make when they are empowered to make a difference.
Meet Sulura, a woman who transitioned from selling maize flour to owning her own restaurant. Now she wants to share the secrets of her success with other women entrepreneurs.