TechnoServe's blog highlights the lessons and successes from our work with enterprising people in the developing world to build competitive farms, businesses and industries.
TechnoServe’s Business Women Connect program has helped Mozambican women improve their businesses and increase access to savings. This impact can be seen in a new short film titled “She is Capable”.
As more young people in rural East Africa turn to agriculture, visionaries like Samson Mwaikenda are modernizing their farming operations for a more prosperous future.
TechnoServe’s projects yield a wealth of lessons that can help us – and others – improve our work. In this series, we reflect on the lessons we have learned from our programs in Africa, India, and Latin America, sharing insights from program staff.
In fragile environments like northern Uganda, opportunities for youth are a vital pillar of lasting economic development.
"Ask a TechnoServe Expert" is a series where our staff members, who work on a range of important global development issues, answer your questions. In this edition, Global Director of Entrepreneurship Juan Carlos Thomas answered your questions about entrepreneurship.