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.
Equipped with business skills and entrepreneurial zeal, Ann Kalekye and other young women from Nairobi’s slums are shaping their own economic futures.
In Tibetan settlements across India, young entrepreneurs like Nyima play a key role in preserving Tibetan culture.
Meet Arnest Sebbumba, an enterprising young farmer from Uganda whose experience in TechnoServe's STRYDE program inspired him to empower other rural youth in his community.
TechnoServe's regional director for East Africa discusses the role of public-private partnerships in eradicating poverty and hunger.
With training and support, young women and men in Uganda are developing the skills and confidence to start their own businesses and become community leaders.