Helping Farmers Manage Climate Change Threats

Learn how farmers are building resilience to the growing threats of climate change. Learn More

Growth for Good: 2018 Annual Impact Report

Explore our results from 2018, TechnoServe's 50th year. Learn More

Can Coffee Save Ethiopia's Forests?

Across western and southern Ethiopia, hundreds of thousands of people harvest wild coffee from ecologically unique and biodiverse forests. Learn More

Youth Helping Youth in India

In Mumbai, young people are providing peer mentorship to help other youth join India's workforce and contribute to the country's economic growth. Learn More

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From a Top Global Restaurant to the Farms of Peru

Kyle and Katina Connaughton, owners/operators of SingleThread Farms, recently traveled to Peru through the Chefs for Change initiative – a program that connects the world’s best chefs to smallholder farmers in developing countries.

May 17, 2019

Lasting Impact Spotlight: Rukmani Devi

In this series, we check back with TechnoServe program participants who were previously featured on our blog, documenting how their lives have changed and progressed.

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May 15, 2019

In Ethiopia, Coffee Creates Opportunity

Over 15 million Ethiopians rely on coffee for their livelihoods. This is one of their stories.

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May 09, 2019

3 Stories of Climate Change Resilience in Action

To celebrate Earth Day, TechnoServe shared stories and lessons of climate resilience from our work in Africa, India, and Latin America.

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