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.
An innovative retail model is allowing women business leaders like Charity Dangana to sell safe and affordable water in their communities.
With the right kind of support, women entrepreneurs can unlock the potential to transform their livelihoods, their families and their community.
Owners of mom and pop shops in Nairobi are making small changes that add up to big profits.
Global Entrepreneurship Director, Juan Carlos Thomas, reflects on addressing the risk of failure in TechnoServe's work with small and growing businesses.
Tumi Mphahlele struggled to find beauty products for her sensitive skin in South Africa, so she turned to her knowledge of biochemistry and began her own business.