TechnoServe is helping Themba Dlamini to develop a thriving produce business that can lift his community out of poverty.READ MORE
Through SWEEP, TechnoServe has trained 357 entrepreneurs and assisted 286 businesses that have generated more than $20 million in revenue, employed and sourced products from 6,820 people and generated $6.7 million in wages and payments. We also have mobilized $4.3 million in finance and trained 11,349 youths to improve their business and technical skills.
Through training, seminars and strategic support, Technoserve is helping Eswatini Kitchen to flourish. Its success has created employment opportunities for vulnerable youth.READ MORE
TechnoServe helps a Swazi Mission hone its farming techniques so that it can harvest and sell chili peppers, creating revenue that benefits HIV/AIDS patients and orphans.READ MORE
On The Ground
Developing the Capacity of Entrepreneurs
Promoting Youth Entrepreneurship
Improving Food Security for Farming Families
Supporting the Honey Value Chain
Promoting Food Security and Resilience in Impoverished Areas
Linking Health Outcomes to Income Generation
Community-Based Livelihoods Development
January 17, 2013
Former TechnoServe employee Nick Villele has opened a new “philanthropub” in Washington, DC. The unique business model donates all profits to charitable causes.
September 4, 2012
Bryan McCoy is the CEO of Yalelo Ltd, a commercial aquaculture business based in Zambia, and a director at Sustainable Development Capital. Bryan spent 6 months volunteering for TechnoServe in Swaziland and Tanzania.
February 14, 2012
TechnoServe often works to measure its social impact. In our case, TechnoServe’s impact is something that will last the rest of our lives.
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