Maximizing Opportunities in Coffee and Cacao in the Americas (MOCCA)
The MOCCA Program is a five-year initiative, funded by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Food for Progress Program, aimed at helping more than 100,000 farmers to overcome the barriers limiting their capacity to effectively rehabilitate and renovate their coffee and cacao plants.
Responses to Questions: Request for Proposals (RFP) for the mid-term evaluation of The Sustainable Agricultural Improvement Project (MAS+)
TechnoServe seeks a firm to review and assess the progress of project implementation and the effect of the program activities on its participants through a mid-term evaluation of the MAS+ project.
In Honduras, Growing Coffee is a Family Affair
The ESCOBCAFE school teaches the sons and daughters of coffee growers how to become coffee cuppers, a step up in an important industry.
How Income From Coffee is Changing Lives in Rural Honduras
A few years ago, Reyna Oristela García was struggling to make a living from growing coffee. Today, her coffee farm is flourishing and her family is reaping the benefits.
Impulsa Tu Empresa Impact Audit Report from ImpactMatters
In 2017, TechnoServe engaged ImpactMatters, an impact audit firm founded with support from Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA), to review several projects within our portfolio. This impact audit reviews the Impulsa Tu Empresa program implemented in El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua from 2013 to 2017.
In Honduras, Opportunity Grows on Coffee Trees
Honduran coffee farmers like Rito Girón Hernández are improving their farm productivity and increasing their incomes through the PROLEMPA program.
How One Entrepreneur is Transforming His Meat Shop, and His Life
In Honduras, TechnoServe is supporting entrepreneurs like Gustavo Zelaya through Impulsa tu Empresa — a program that provides small and growing businesses with essential mentorship and business training.
Coffee Consumer Spotlight: Honduran Coffee
In the third part of our coffee consumer spotlight series, we are highlighting the unique profile of coffee from Honduras. Through the MAS program, TechnoServe is working to improve the competitiveness of Honduran coffee farmers by offering targeted training and support in all aspects of the coffee value chain.
Lasting Impact Spotlight: María Castillo
In this series, we check back with TechnoServe program participants who were previously featured on our blog, documenting how their lives have changed and progressed.