TechnoServe Mozambique

TechnoServe (TNS) is a private volunteer organization founded in 1968 to apply business skills, values and tools to the economic and social needs of developing countries. TNS’s country program in Mozambique is the organization’s largest in terms of annual program budget and also one of its most creative in terms of program initiative and execution. Over the past 13 years, Jake Walter, the Country Director, and his team have made notable contributions in several agro-forestry industries. Projects included maize grinding and market design.

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The Pilão-Plus is a manual grain grinder designed to help rural Mozambican families process maize, their staple food, cheaply and conveniently.


Moagem Maravilha (MoMa) reinvents the essential but painfully inefficient maize mill service in rural Mozambique.

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