Honduran growers lead the country's rebirth as a producer of high-quality cocoa.Read More
TechnoServe's work in Honduras has driven growth in key sectors such as coffee and cocoa, with 11,000 people benefiting from a coffee and cocoa-focused program which generated $14.8 million in sales for Honduran farmers. Currently, TechnoServe is implementing a program to support more than 15,000 smallholder coffee and bean farmers through training and better access to seeds. Dozens of entrepreneurs have participated in business plan competitions, which provide training and mentoring to nascent businesses. TechnoServe has also supported 312 indigenous women as they learn basic business skills and start micro-enterprises.
TechnoServe is supporting the growth of an innovative textile manufacturing company and hundreds of other small and growing businesses.Read More
High in the mountains of western Honduras, the 25 coffee farming families of the Flor del Pino cooperative are staging a quiet revolution.Read More
On The Ground
Coffee Sustainability at the Origin
Sustainable Agricultural Improvement
PartnersU.S. Department of Agriculture
Promoting Specialty Coffee and Cocoa
Building Strong Businesses
Improving Livelihoods through Beekeeping
Enhancing Entrepreneurship of Garifuna Women
Supporting Women Entrepreneurs
Developing Agribusiness in Honduras
Impulsa Tu Empresa
PartnersArgidius Foundation, Citi Foundation, Multilateral Investment Fund, PIMCO Foundation, Walmart Foundation
February 4, 2016
Smallholder Honduran coffee farmers are benefiting from agronomy training and direct relationships with buyers.
November 12, 2015
A plantain business in Honduras demonstrates how women's inclusion can translate into higher sales, expanded markets and a more diverse talent pool.
July 31, 2015
Envisioning a more environmentally and economically sustainable future, Ninfa Lanza is dedicating part of her farm to organic coffee production.
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