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In the News

How Young Women Can Find Opportunities in African Agriculture | The Chicago Council on Global Affairs

TechnoServe's Dace Mahanay describes the STRYDE program's success helping women find opportunities in Africa's agricultural sector.

Evaluating Agrovet Services for Kenyan Pastoralists: What’s Working? | Farming First

This article highlights the Innovations in Outcome Measurement project's work to evaluate approaches to support Kenya's livestock sector.

Fortify Africa: Our New Business Imperative | The Africa Report

In this op-ed, Dangote Group CEO Aliko Dangote lauds efforts to boost food fortification in Africa, citing TechnoServe's SAPFF Program. 

Ripe Partnerships: Harvesting the Benefits of PPPs for the Eastern Africa Fruit Value Chain | Spore

This article examines the impact of TechnoServe's Project Nurture for fruit growers in Kenya and Uganda.

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Speaking Engagements

March 15-17, 2018

National Coffee Association Convention

New Orleans, LA

TechnoServe Global Coffee Director Paul Stewart speaks about sustainability for smallholder farmers.

March 13-14, 2018

Innovation Forum

London, UK

TechnoServe's David Galaty presents findings from the Innovations in Outcome Measurement project.

March 5, 2018

Global Partnerships Week

Washington, DC

TechnoServe's Kate Diaz and Rebecca Regan-Sachs present on TechnoServe's successful public-private partnerships.

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Blog Posts

March 22, 2018

A New Model for Producing Seed

How small commercial farmers in the highlands of Zambézia are driving adoption of improved techniques for soy seed production.

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March 21, 2018

Creating High Impact at Low Cost

In an audit published last week, independent auditor ImpactMatters found that participants earned up to $34 in net revenue for every dollar TechnoServe spent on projects.

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