Let’s build brighter futures
Help hardworking people fight the impacts of COVID-19 in the developing world.
“This was the first time I was seeing a [pay]check in my life.”
Poverty is one of the greatest challenges facing humanity. We believe that everyone deserves the opportunity to build a better life. That’s why at TechnoServe, we empower the world’s poor to lift themselves out of poverty so that they can build a brighter future. Our work teaches people how to earn a better living and creates lasting change that transforms lives.
Today, 700 million people live in poverty.
That’s 10% of the world’s population, who struggle to fulfill their basic needs. Our work creates opportunities for people to increase their income and build a brighter future.
Take a few minutes to get to know us and what inspires us to fight poverty around the world
Cashew farmers in Benin face many challenges as they try to adapt to rapidly changing conditions.
See Gomti Devi’s contribution to the fight against COVID-19 in India. Together we will overcome this pandemic.
In Chile, the coronavirus pandemic is threatening the survival of many micro and small business people like Eloisa Espinoza.
Our market-based approach to fighting poverty is different, and it makes us more effective.
A person who works her way out of poverty can hire employees, make investments, and stimulate other local businesses. And thus the circle of prosperity grows beyond those we work with.
More than 90% of TechnoServe’s staff members are from the country in which they work – because no one understands a community better, or has a greater stake in its success, than the people who call it home.
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Your financial gift enables TechnoServe to help millions of people in the developing world build better futures.
Partner with Us in Fighting Poverty
We invite individuals, corporations, foundations, and governments to work with us to improve lives and incomes.
Explore our Stories
The TechnoServe blog provides insights and inspiration from our work in communities across the developing world.