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.
Through a network of nonprofit partners, TechnoServe is empowering women to build profitable and sustainable microenterprises that are improving livelihoods and supporting children impacted by AIDS.
Former TechnoServe employee Nick Villele has opened a new “philanthropub” in Washington, DC. The unique business model donates all profits to charitable causes.
Bryan McCoy is the CEO of Yalelo Ltd, a commercial aquaculture business based in Zambia, and a director at Sustainable Development Capital. Bryan spent 6 months volunteering for TechnoServe in Swaziland and Tanzania.
TechnoServe often works to measure its social impact. In our case, TechnoServe’s impact is something that will last the rest of our lives.
An employee of Eswatini Kitchen in Manzini, Swaziland, bottles honey in the company's production facility. TechnoServe helped Eswatini Kitchen, a producer of gourmet jams and other condiments, streamline its operations and expand into honey production.