TechnoServe's blog highlights the lessons and successes from our work with enterprising people in the developing world to build competitive farms, businesses and industries.
After improving their business practices, Elizabeth Talash Naikoni and other members of Maasai Women Dairy cooperative have nearly quadrupled their sales.
Rose Amachi, an alumna and mentor of TechnoServe's Young Women in Enterprise program, is working to empower girls and young women in Nairobi's Kawangware slum.
TechnoServe has helped 4,000 rural women to earn higher incomes by collecting and processing shea nuts.
Through a network of nonprofit partners, TechnoServe is empowering women to build profitable and sustainable microenterprises that are improving livelihoods and supporting children impacted by AIDS.
Small and growing businesses hold the potential to drive economic growth in the developing world. A new report examines the size and state of this thriving sector, as well as its main challenges.