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 central Kenya, the Kambiti East Mango Self Help Group is using clean energy drying technology to reduce post-harvest waste and access new markets for a stronger community economy.
Pauline Kamau’s milling business has undergone a transformation, and is now part of a greater movement to curb malnutrition in African communities.
How the GANE project helped small-scale farmers in Nicaragua build a more competitive and inclusive livestock sector.
Innovations in the cashew value chain provide women the opportunity to become leaders in their families and communities.
With technical expertise and training from TechnoServe, a Benin-based company has established a world-class cashew processing facility that prioritizes social and environmental responsibility.