Thousands of Maasai women now have a reliable market for their milk thanks to a pioneering cooperative in Kenya.Read More
Over the past four decades, TechnoServe has built the capacity of hundreds of farmer associations and more than 500 small- and medium-sized enterprises in Kenya. TechnoServe is currently helping thousands of smallholder livestock and horticulture producers to boost their incomes and connect to broader markets, including over 200,000 dairy farmers, about 37,000 fruit farmers, 12,000 poultry farmers and 6,000 coffee farmers. In addition, TechnoServe is promoting sustainable mobile solutions for agriculture development and implementing three youth-focused programs to enhance the livelihoods of more than 1 million young Kenyans during the last two years.
In the lush highlands of western Kenya, the farmers of Tiret Self-Help Group have planted the seeds that could hold the key to a better future.Read More
Our Coffee Initiative is helping East African farmers to build better lives, one coffee bean at a time.Read More
On The Ground
Connected Farmer Alliance
Empowering Young Women Entrepreneurs
Technical Assistance Facility
PartnersAfrican Agriculture Fund, Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa, European Commission, International Fund for Agricultural Development, Italian Development Cooperation
East Africa Dairy Development
PartnersAfrican Breeders Services, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Heifer International, International Livestock Research Institute, World Agroforestry Centre
Kenya Coffee Initiative
PartnersBill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Agribusiness Development Program
Developing Smallholder Poultry Agribusiness
Bridging the Digital Divide
May 28, 2015
The India-Africa Agriculture Innovation Bridge supports transfer of technology and South-South cooperation.
December 5, 2014
A young Kenyan farming entrepreneur demonstrates why youth are critical to transforming agriculture and ensuring food security in Africa.
October 10, 2014
Equipped with business skills and entrepreneurial zeal, Ann Kalekye and other young women from Nairobi’s slums are shaping their own economic futures.
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