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.
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.
Like their counterparts in Nairobi, young men and women in rural Kenya are harnessing their creative energy and receiving skills training to pursue sustainable economic opportunities.
A USAID-supported program is creating sustainable economic opportunities for Tibetans in exile through workforce development, entrepreneurship support, and farming opportunities.
On International Youth Day, we reflect on the challenges and opportunities facing youth in the developing world as they strive to create a more prosperous future.
The Young Women in Enterprise program is giving entrepreneurs like Rose Amachi the skills and confidence to build thriving business and become leaders and mentors in their communities.