Photo of the Week: A Salute to Ed Bullard

February 22, 2013

Ed Bullard launched TechnoServe as a different type of nonprofit – one that would help poor people by connecting them to information and market opportunities.

TechnoServe founder Ed Bullard in El Salvador

Tomorrow, TechnoServe founder Ed Bullard would have celebrated his 78th birthday. Ed (right, shown here in El Salvador in 1981) launched TechnoServe as a different type of nonprofit – one that would help poor people by connecting them to information and market opportunities. Today, 45 years after our founding, those principles still guide our work each day.

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