By Webmaster, 13 May 2013
ProSavana is a programme that aims at replicating Brazil’s renowned ‘cerrado transformation’ in Mozambique
By Webmaster, 10 May 2013
An article in the Guardian argues that supermarkets are misinforming their customers about health risks. There is no scientific evidence to support rumours about adverse health effects from products that contain GMOs.
By Webmaster, 2 April 2013
Technoserve works with enterprising people in the developing world to build competitive farms, businesses and industries.
By Webmaster, 5 March 2013
IBM, Microsoft and Huawei are investing in local people, so there’s proper knowledge transfer. These companies are in it for the long term now, rather than quitting after a bad quarter or two.
By Webmaster, 25 February 2013
An effective PES project needs to be based on incentives that help to better align the private interests of the local actors with the general public interest in preserving the environment. Awarding entrepreneurship and innovation may play a crucial role. Join the online discussion!
By Webmaster, 19 February 2013
Musoni, a Kenyan microfinance firm, has gone completely cashless. This move will increase its competitiveness and allow it to reach more customers. Transactions will be more secure and less costly.
By Webmaster, 22 January 2013
The creation of markets that respond to the basic needs of poor also help improve the environment and facilitate socioeconomic change
By Webmaster, 2 January 2013
The medical tricorder was one of many imaginary future technologies featured in “Star Trek”. Now, nearly five decades after “Star Trek” made its debut in 1966, the dream is finally edging closer to reality.