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In the News

Foreign Aid Is Being Cut, but Business Will Keep Fighting Poverty | The Guardian

In this op-ed, TechnoServe CEO William Warshauer explains why he is optimistic about the ability of the private sector to reduce poverty.

TechnoServe Boasts of Lasting Impact in East Africa Coffee Initiative | Daily Coffee News

This article highlights the lasting impact of TechnoServe's work with coffee farmers, five years after its completion.

Raise a Glass for World Milk Day! | Huffington Post

Ahead of World Milk Day, this article highlights the positive impact of TechnoServe's work with dairy farmers in East Africa.

As Solar Refrigerator Keeps Mangoes Cold, Farmers’ Profits Heat Up | Reuters

This article about TechnoServe's YieldWise project highlights the impact of improved post-harvest handling.

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Speaking Engagements

June 5, 2017

AIARD Annual Conference

Washington, D.C.

TechnoServe's Simon Winter moderates a panel discussion about climate-smart agricultural practices that are working on the ground.

May 11, 2017

ANDE: The Impact of Acceleration

Washington, D.C.

William Warshauer and Oscar Artiga discuss the findings of a report on a TechnoServe entrepreneurship program.

April 14, 2017

U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation U.S.-India CSR Symposium

New Delhi, India

TechnoServe's Suryamani Roul discusses how to make economies work for women and youth.

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Blog Posts

June 23, 2017

Technical Solutions for Food Security in Africa

The Technical Assistance Facility delivers helps agricultural and food processing businesses to fight food insecurity by improving operations and extending their reach to poor consumers.

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June 15, 2017

Creating Coffee Livelihoods: On the Family Farm and Beyond

As the Sustainable Agricultural Improvement (MAS) project comes to a close in Honduras, we take a look at how the project helped one coffee farming family to build a strong farming business and promising career opportunities throughout the value chain.

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