Projects

Together with our partners, TechnoServe is helping to grow strong markets that create opportunities for enterprising people in the developing world.

Solutions for African Food Enterprises

The Solutions for African Food Enterprises (SAFE) program aims to increase the competitiveness of the African food processing sector and to expand the availability of affordable and nutritious food to local populations. The program continues a partnership with USAID, Partners in Food Solutions and TechnoServe to scale and refine the model built under AAIFP.

Agribusiness

Partners in Food Solutions-TechnoServe Alliance

The Partners in Food Solutions (PFS)-TechnoServe Alliance matches the expertise of leading global food companies with the needs of African-based food processing companies in Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Tanzania and Zambia.

Agribusiness

Technical Assistance Facility

TechnoServe serves as the manager of the Technical Assistance Facility (TAF), which supports the African Agriculture Fund, a private equity fund, to address food security challenges across Africa. TAF provides technical assistance to small and growing businesses (SGBs) invested in by the African Agriculture Fund, and improves linkages between enterprises and smallholder outgrowers.

Agribusiness

Promoting the Food Processing Sector

Food processing provides the potential to create necessary jobs in Zambia’s rural areas, as well as strengthening the competitiveness of the broader value chain. In partnership with the Department for International Development (DFID), TechnoServe has launched the year long Private Enterprise Program Zambia in order to provide business development services to informal Zambian retailers

Agribusiness

Commercializing Therapeutic Food Supplements

As an implementing partner of the Thrive program, an initiative of the US Agency for International Development, TechnoServe, with support from PATH and Partners in Food Solutions, is helping to support an innovative program to improve the nutritional status of people living with HIV and developing new market opportunities for local food processors and retailers.

Agribusiness