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Bill Clinton announced the launch of a supply chain enterprise in Haiti

Haiti Libre reports on a partnership between the Clinton Foundation, the Abbot Fund, TechnoServe and others to improve the livelihoods of 12,000 smallholder peanut farmers in Haiti.

$25.5 million generated through TechnoServe’s SWEEP

The Swazi Observer interviews Debbie Cutting about the success of the Swaziland Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Program, which supported 344 enterprises and delivered training to nearly 13,000 youth.

The Next Breadbasket

A striking feature from National Geographic explores the future of farming in sub-Saharan Africa and quotes TechnoServe business adviser Anacleto Saint Mart about land grabbing.

A Guide To Working With Informal Financial Institutions

In an article for Business Fights Poverty, Jane Abramovich and Matthew Forester explore how to address the gap between supply and demand in agricultural finance.

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Our Impact: TechnoServe’s 2013 Annual Report

This year’s Annual Report is the first to highlight progress toward the goals of our five-year strategic plan.

July 23, 2014

Photo of the Week: Portrait of a Tibetan Entrepreneur

In Tibetan settlements across India, young entrepreneurs like Nyima play a key role in preserving Tibetan culture.

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July 17, 2014

Photo of the Week: Farming as a Business

Melvin Estrada has more than doubled the income from his cabbage farm by adopting new techniques and selling to more lucrative markets.

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July 14, 2014

Leveraging Public-Private Partnerships for Food Security in Uganda

Clinton Wong reflects on his work with TechnoServe in Uganda, and why the collective power of businesses can achieve far greater impact than any one organization could achieve alone.

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