Projects

Together with our partners, TechnoServe is helping to grow strong markets that create opportunities for enterprising people in the developing world.

Crece tu Empresa

Crece tu Empresa (CRECE) is an ongoing program that began in 2015 in Central America with the support of the Citi Foundation. The program provides support to young entrepreneurs to promote the sustainable growth of their businesses by helping them develop their skills and business competencies.

Small and Growing Businesses

Beyond Extraction

TechnoServe, Anglo American, and the Inter-American Development Bank are collaborating in a regional public-private partnership to catalyze locally adapted economic development for communities surrounding Anglo American’s mining operations in Brazil, Chile, and Peru.

Small and Growing Businesses

Developing Agribusinesses and Empowering Youth in Cabo Delgado

Catalisa: As part of Anadarko’s broader social investment strategy in Mozambique, the Catalisa project is creating new opportunities for farmers and young people in Cabo Delgado through inclusive private-sector led economic development. By supporting the development of strong agribusinesses and building young people’s skills, Catalisa is catalyzing increased investment, incomes, local employment, and the creation and growth of self-sustaining businesses.

Agribusiness

Creating Empowerment and Employment for Mumbai Youth

TechnoServe's Creating Employment and Empowerment through Youth Development project is working to train 1,250 youth from underprivileged backgrounds for formal employment through critical skills training and other employability services in Mumbai.

Small and Growing Businesses

Empowering Youth Entrepreneurs in Latin America

Latin America's youth unemployment rate is nearly 30 percent. Youth face unique challenges in obtaining formal employment or becoming successful entrepreneurs. Crece Tu Empresa, TechnoServe's program in partnership with Citi Foundation, is working to address the challenge of youth unemployment in Guatemala, El Salvador, and Panama.

Small and Growing Businesses