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.
When Hirut Yohannes Darare opened her dairy processing company, she aimed not only to provide for her family, but also to improve the lives of dairy farmers in her community and across Ethiopia.
Pauline Kamau’s milling business has undergone a transformation, and is now part of a greater movement to curb malnutrition in African communities.
TechnoServe’s work to improve food security in East Africa will be honored at the Concordia Summit.
The presidential visit shines a spotlight on a successful alliance with Partners in Food Solutions and USAID.
An innovative partnership is helping local food processors in Africa produce more nutritious food while improving the livelihoods of local farmers.