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Premium Prices Attract Small Farmers Back to Coffee Growing in Zimbabwe | Reuters

This article highlights the impact of TechnoServe's partnership with Nespresso to revive the Zimbabwean coffee sector.

Five Ingredients for Success for Partnerships in Fragile Economies like South Sudan | Ethical Corporation

Director of Strategic Initiatives Myriam Sainz shares insights from TechnoServe's work in fragile economies.

Nespresso Seeks To Put Zimbabwean Coffee Back On The Table | Forbes

This article describes the role of TechnoServe in helping to revive Zimbabwe's coffee sector.

Water-Wise Coffee: Making Sustainable Business Profitable in Ethiopia | Business Fights Poverty

Carole Hemmings describes how TechnoServe is helping to build the business case for sustainability in the coffee sector.

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Speaking Engagements

July 23-24, 2019

ANDE West Africa Regional Conference

Lagos, Nigeria

TechnoServe's Chinwe Owhorji speaks about youth entrepreneurship programs and impact reporting.

June 7-8, 2019

World of Coffee

Berlin, Germany

Global Coffee Director Paul Stewart speaks about farm profitability and Ethiopia's unique forest coffees.

April 10-11, 2019

Ending Global Hunger Symposium

West Lafayette, IN

TechnoServe's Macani Toungara speaks about the role of micro-entrepreneurship and off-farm labor in improving food security.

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Blog Posts

July 11, 2019

Cocoa: Bringing Forests and Farmers Together in Peru

In San Martin, the Apahuit cooperative is working alongside TechnoServe and their farmer members to implement simple, ecofriendly techniques that boost their cocoa yields, improve incomes, and fight deforestation.

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July 10, 2019

She is Capable: Boosting Business and Savings in Mozambique

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”.

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