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In the News

Fortify Africa: Our New Business Imperative | The Africa Report

In this op-ed, Dangote Group CEO Aliko Dangote lauds efforts to boost food fortification in Africa, citing TechnoServe's SAPFF Program. 

Ripe Partnerships: Harvesting the Benefits of PPPs for the Eastern Africa Fruit Value Chain | Spore

This article examines the impact of TechnoServe's Project Nurture for fruit growers in Kenya and Uganda.

Small Tweak, Big Impact: How a ‘Simple Innovation’ Convinced Farmers to Improve Agricultural Inputs | NextBillion

This article by Nupur Parikh describes TechnoServe's efforts to find innovative ways to improve the incomes of smallholder farmers.

How Cashew Apple Juice Became Africa’s New Power Drink | Ozy

This article describes TechnoServe's work helping to build an industry in Benin that creates economic opportunities and reduces food waste. 

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Speaking Engagements

February 21-23, 2018


Amsterdam, the Netherlands

TechnoServe's Jonathan Barnow speaks about farmer resilience in the cocoa industry.

February 14-16, 2018

African Fine Coffees Association Conference

Kampala, Uganda

TechnoServe's Paul Stewart speaks about creating a sustainable coffee sector that supports the livelihoods of African farmers.

October 10-13, 2017

SOCAP 2017

San Franscisco, CA

TechnoServe's Oscar Artiga speaks about access to finance for small-and-growing businesses

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Blog Posts

February 23, 2018

Ed Bullard’s Enduring Vision

We honor the legacy of TechnoServe’s founder, Ed Bullard, who would have celebrated his 83th birthday today.

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February 16, 2018

Improving Livelihoods by Saving Animals

TechnoServe is working to expand commercial livestock services across Kenya's rangelands and is evaluating which business models can provide sustainable agrovet services to pastoralist communities.

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