Members of the Muoho cooperative in western Ghana are increasing their cocoa yields and their incomes after working with TechnoServe in the WCF Cocoa Livelihoods Program.Read More
For more than 40 years, TechnoServe has worked to support farms, businesses and industries in Ghana through an evolving array of programs and strategies. In 2011, TechnoServe helped Ghanaian businesses generate nearly $74 million in sales and $29 million in profits. These businesses purchased agricultural products from 43,000 farmers and employed 38,000 people, demonstrating the powerful impact of enterprise development.
A wide range of partners come together to make Africa's first Believe Begin Become business plan competition a success.Read More
On The Ground
Sparking New Enterprise
Growing the Cashew Industry
Raising Women’s Incomes through Shea Butter
Making Cocoa More Profitable
Supporting Enterprise Development in Mining Communities
Enhancing Food and Income Security
Food for Business
February 19, 2015
TechnoServe helped to show how a new way of working with the supply chain can unlock the potential of Ghana’s smallholder farmers.
November 19, 2014
We salute global women entrepreneurs, like Francesca Opoku, who are helping to grow their local economies.
October 30, 2014
Most of the world's cocoa comes from West Africa, grown on small family farms by people like Ama Nyame.
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