Inclusive Training Program Will Help Young African Entrepreneurs Grow Their Businesses
The PAYED 5 program will harness digital tools to help micro-retailers in Kenya, Tanzania, Nigeria, and Côte d’Ivoire recover from the pandemic and increase their revenues
TechnoServe’s Cyprian Munyakho Speaks at the Beyond the Known Conference
The manager of the mSPARK program presents on October 28, 2021 about using digital technology to help accelerate the growth of micro-enterprises.
How a Global Alliance for Inclusive and Nutritious Food Processing Improves Food Safety
This article, published by Agrilinks, details the Alliance for Inclusive and Nutritious Food Processing (AINFP)—a partnership between USAID, TechnoServe and Partners in Food Solutions (PFS) that aims to create a more competitive food-processing sector in Africa—and shows how partnerships with local food processing businesses can help them improve food safety, even amid an unprecedented pandemic.
RFA: TA Consultancy for Countryside Dairy in Kenya
Download the RFA Attachments 1 and 2: Declarations, Duty of Care Response Attachment 3: Budget Template (12 months) Attachment 4: Provider Letter of Intent to Submit Proposal…
Training and Micro Loans Help Small Businesses Weather COVID
Cyprian Amakalu, mSPARK Programme Manager at TechnoServe, talks about the Micro-Enterprises Strengthened for Pandemic Adaptation and Resilience in Kenya (mSPARK) programme, launched by TechnoServe and the Mastercard Foundation, which gives digital and financial support to micro, small and medium-sized enterprises to help them survive the pandemic.
Equipping Young Entrepreneurs with Business Expertise in Africa
In East Africa, formal employment opportunities are often scarce, and entrepreneurship presents a path toward economic independence for many young women and men. TechnoServe is helping small shop owners in Kenya, Nigeria, and Côte d’Ivoire become more profitable by connecting them with the knowledge, training, and tools they need to become successful retailers.
Youth In Their Own Words: Farmer and Entrepreneur Mary Wacera
TechnoServe helps young people in the developing world access the information, capital, and markets they need to overcome tremendous obstacles and create their own economic opportunities. Today we are sharing the story of Mary Wacera, a 30-year-old entrepreneur from central Kenya who created her own successful agribusiness after participating in a TechnoServe program.
How Entrepreneurs in Developing Countries Can Leverage E-Learning Solutions to Build Pathways Out of Poverty
In Kenya, entrepreneurship offers a pathway out of poverty for many young people like Irene Minyao. However, without the right skills and support, running a small business for the first time can be a daunting task. TechnoServe recently piloted a new digital platform that will help entrepreneurs gain the business management skills they need to succeed in an increasingly competitive environment.