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Designing Programs that Work in Diverse Settings | Business Fights Poverty

TechnoServe's Macani Toungara discusses how the MTU Project reaches farmers in Kenya and Ghana.

Why George Clooney is Supporting Coffee Farming in South Sudan | Time Magazine

The famous news magazine highlights TechnoServe's work with coffee farmers in South Sudan.

Nespresso: Brewing a business case for high-risk markets | Devex

Nespresso and TechnoServe work together to create shared value and build coffee businesses in post-conflict South Sudan.

How young people are solving Africa’s agriculture challenge | World Economic Forum Agenda

With the Africa's food needs growing larger, TechnoServe's STRYDE program is demonstrating how young people can play a key role in the continent's agriculture.

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Women-Led Business Helps Generate Peace and Prosperity in Peru

The women behind Mishky Cacao decided to create a safer future for their families and community – transitioning from coca to cocoa production and generating new value by manufacturing chocolate locally.

June 25, 2015

Designing Programs that Work in Diverse Settings

The Mobile Training Program demonstrates how innovative projects can be adapted to achieve success in different contexts and geographies.

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June 23, 2015

How Young People Are Solving Africa’s Agriculture Challenge

Through TechnoServe's STRYDE program, young entrepreneurs are adopting new agronomic and business practices to take advantage of market opportunities in agriculture.

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June 18, 2015

Setting Benchmarks in South Sudan’s Coffee Industry

Growing a coffee industry from the ground up, TechnoServe and Nespresso check off many firsts in the world’s youngest country.

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