How Much do You Know About COVID-19 and Food Security?
Global food systems are becoming increasingly vulnerable as the COVID-19 pandemic continues. Widespread lockdowns and restrictions on movement have made it more difficult to grow, transport, process, and sell food. Take our quiz to learn more about the effects of COVID-19 on food insecurity around the world.
Ask a TechnoServe Expert: Kindra Halvorson on Food Security
In the "Ask a TechnoServe Expert" series, our staff members answer your questions about the critical global issues they work on every day. In this edition, Chief Transformation Officer Kindra Halvorson addresses questions about how the COVID-19 crisis is impacting food security in the developing world.
Survey: COVID-19 Challenges and Responses for African Food Processors, Second Edition
A survey of food processing firms in seven African countries reveals the challenges facing the sector during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Fighting Hidden Hunger One Business at a Time
In sub-Saharan Africa, TechnoServe is helping food processors to fortify their foods and build nutritious, productive, and prosperous futures for their communities.
Helping Africa’s Food Systems Respond to COVID-19
Kindra Halvorson, TechnoServe's Chief Transformation Officer, explores how COVID-19 is affecting farmers, food processors, and other small businesses within Africa’s complex food systems and how these can be strengthened through coordinated support.
Helping Africa’s Food Systems Respond to Covid-19
In this article for Farming First, TechnoServe's Kindra Halvorson presents a strategy for strengthening Africa's food systems in the face of COVID-19.
In the Face of COVID-19, We Must Invest in More Resilient Food Systems in Africa
TechnoServe's chief transformation officer, Kindra Halvorson, writes in Agrilinks about the importance of supporting African businesses to avoid food crises in the region.
Changing Employee Behavior to Improve Food Safety Across Africa
To commemorate World Food Safety Day, we take a look at how creative food processor trainings are helping improve consumer safety in Africa — and prove especially important during the COVID-19 pandemic.