Tanzania

youth-owned shops open new doors for young people like Emanuel Barosha Ndiwene organizes products in his small shop in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Strengthening Youth-Owned Shops in Tanzania Through Better Business Skills

In Tanzania, shopkeepers like Emanuel Barosha Ndiwene often lack the business and financial management skills they need to run profitable businesses. A TechnoServe program connects young entrepreneurs with the knowledge, training, and tools they need to become successful retailers.

Entrepreneurship, Youth Economic Opportunity
Entrepreneurship, Local Economic Development, Small and Growing Businesses, Youth Empowerment
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RFP: E-Learning Platform & Courses

Request for Partnership Proposals: E-Learning Platform & Courses  TechnoServe is implementing the USAID-funded Alliance for Inclusive and Nutritious Food Processing (AINFP) regional program in collaboration with Partners in Food Solutions (PFS).  TechnoServe is soliciting competitive proposals from qualified organizations with existing e- learning platform offering business…

Food Processing
Procurements