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In the News

Soweto’s Urban Entrepreneurs Take on the World | AFP

This article profiles some of the young South African entrepreneurs working with the Box Shop program.

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.

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Speaking Engagements

September 29, 2017

Global Youth Economic Opportunities Summit

Washington, D.C.

TechnoServe's Chris Donohue shares insights about scaling initiatives to create economic opportunities for rual youth.

September 25th-27th

ANDE Annual Conference

Leesburg, VA

Entrepreneurship Director Juan Carlos Thomas speaks about providing technical assistance in business accelerators.

September 4th-8th

African Green Revolution Forum

Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire

TechnoServe CEO William Warshauer and West Africa Regional Director Katarina Kahlmann speak about the cashew and potato value chains in Africa.

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Blog Posts

September 13, 2017

Building Healthier Businesses and Communities through Food Fortification

This Feed the Future Week, we are highlighting how food processing businesses are working to #EndHunger by increasing their capacity to provide quality, nutritious fortified foods for local communities.

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September 06, 2017

Empowering Women Coffee Growers in Antioquia, Colombia

Women play a central, though often "invisible," role in Colombian coffee production. Here's how The Coca-Cola Foundation and TechnoServe are partnering to improve the access of 11,000 women to the services and training they need to run their coffee farms as a business.

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