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.
African food processors are combating malnutrition with support from food technologists and business advisors.
TechnoServe promoted a new culture of collaboration and learning across the coffee sector, from testing and evaluating new techniques in rural communities to engaging government and private stakeholders to share data, strengthening the industry as a whole.
The coffee produced by a young cooperative in South Kivu recently excelled in a prestigious competition, demonstrating how determination, cooperation, and resilience can pay off for farming families in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Food processing businesses are working to end hunger by increasing their capacity to provide quality, nutritious fortified foods for local communities.
TechnoServe seed projects offer simple solutions to the barriers women face when adopting best practices and offer inclusive growth for farming communities.