Partners

TechnoServe is the lead implementer of Catalisa, the Mozambique LNG-funded project. More information on TechnoServe and key project partners can be found below.

 

Implementing partners

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TECHNOSERVE

TechnoServe works with enterprising people in the developing world to build competitive farms, businesses, and industries. It is a nonprofit organization that develops business solutions to poverty by linking people to information, capital, and markets. TechnoServe has been providing technical assistance to Mozambique’s industries, agribusinesses, and entrepreneurs with high growth potential for over 20 years. We have helped create a competitive and sustainable commercial agricultural sector, which has generated opportunities for small-scale rural producers and suppliers, in addition to employment opportunities for the rural poor.

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Azul consultoria

AZUL Consultoria is a social enterprise based in Northern Mozambique Province of Cabo Delgado. Focusing on youth as the future of the country, they specialize in design, implementation and monitoring of awareness campaigns and educational programs. They deliver professional solutions to social challenges through tailor-made projects that use innovative management, communications and outreach methods based on a specialist network and tested experience. AZUL’s vision is to contribute to social change through a self-confident, aware and responsible new generation.

Agribusiness partners

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Elaco

Elaco Orrera is devoted to egg production and will serve the Pemba area market. With the support of Catalisa, Elaco Orrera will begin production with 5,000 laying hens.

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RW Machambas

RW Machambas, a horticultural company based in Montepuez, with the support of Catalisa, will aggregate vegetables from its 12-member smallholder network in a cold-storage warehouse for high-volume sales.

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Montepuez Veg

Montepuez Veg, a specialty horticultural company based in Morrebue, with the support of Catalisa, will operate a 20-member outgrower network and manage a cold-storage warehouse for high-volume sales.