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TechnoServe has submitted an application to be a top-rated charity and agreed to make many parts of its application public. Here we provide a list of those documents, as well as notes from our conversation with TechoServe in August 2016.

More information: What is our evaluation process?

Published: September 2016

Conversation notes

William Warshauer, President and CEO; Dr. Simon Winter, Senior Vice President, Development; and Katherine Scaife Diaz, Senior Manager, Corporate Management on August 11, 2016.

Published documents

Document Source
3ie evidence review of business support for small and medium enterprises in low- and middle-income countries (June 2016) Source (archive)
3ie evidence review on effects of training, innovation and new technology on African smallholder farmers’ economic outcomes and food security (July 2016) Source (archive)
GIZ report on Competitive African Cashew Value Chains for Pro-Poor Growth Source
IDInsight report on GADC In-Kind Input Access Evaluation Source
Independent Assessment of TechnoServe’s Coffee Agronomy Training Program Source
JPAL presentation on Rwanda Agronomy for TechnoServe Source
Klinger and Schündeln 2011 Source
MSI report on Cocoa Livelihoods Program: Phase I Evaluation/Phase II Baseline (2014) Source
Results dashboard Source
TechnoServe Corporate Measurement Policy Source
TechnoServe cover document to GiveWell Source
TechnoServe factsheet (2016) Source
TechnoServe presentation on Mozambican cashew processing industry (2009) Source
USAID More Coffee Project M&E Plan Source
USDA and TechnoServe USDA Cashew Integration & Acceleration Program M&E Plan Source
World Bank note on TechnoServe RCT Source