Beekeeping to Conserve Tanzania's Rainforest


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Bee Keeping

By a female, 22-30 years old, in Kakamega, Kenya
Map of Bee keeping Jikaze women group from lubao is found in Lubao community.Amongst some of the activities we do,last year we were shocked when many benefit us on information that there is promotion of Beekeeping in the Area .She trained us and gave us 5 Beehives,This is the modern Hive known as Langstroth Hive.We Harvested 50 kg's of Honey after 8months.One kilogram was going at 100/= after getting the money we Decided to keep until we had 20,000/= in the treasury we decided to add and Buy more Hives We can afford to Earn some income and keep more money in the treasury to cater for more issues.Thanks mary for opening our eyes. Read more.
Related to project keywords: beekeeping, beehives, hive, honey, modern

Tree Conservation

By a male, 31-45 years old, in Nairobi, Kenya
Map of TREE CONSERVATION Trees must beconserves to ensure smooth living of wild animals.To ensure the proper catchment of rain and proper protection against wild.Trees must also be conserves to prevent soil erosion.In the village of mau,where forest was destroyed the government to conserve that forests since it was the source of many rivers people were evacuates from that forest and settles anywhere else more trees were planted to replace the ones that had are been cut down and by this that forest was conserve. Read more.
Related to project keywords: conserves, forests, catchment, forest, conserve

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Project Leader

Tony Cacace

New York, NY United States

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Map of Beekeeping to Conserve Tanzania's Rainforest