Siranesh Emmanuel plants trees to feed his bees Beehives are located in trees to attract swarms Honey harvested, income earned

Bees for Development Trust

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Bees for Development assists beekeepers living in poor and remote areas of the world - lifting them out of poverty through beekeeping. We work with individuals, trainers, community groups and associations, raising the profile of apiculture in developing countries to ensure a sustainable future for bees, people and the environment. We have five Strategic Objectives: Educating and informing beekeepers, old and new, and those that represent them, so they can keep bees successfully & sustainably Helping beekeepers to access to fair and reliable markets so they can earn more and support their families Developing policy so the contribution of beekeeping to sustainable livelihoods, bio... read more

Projects (3)

Project Leaders
Janet  Lowore
Janet Lowore
Nicola Bradbear, Janet Lowore
Organization Information
1 Agincourt Street
Monmouth, NP25 3DZ
United Kingdom
+44 (0) 1600 714848
Organization Information
1 Agincourt Street
Monmouth, NP25 3DZ
United Kingdom
+44 (0) 1600 714848

Project Reports

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Dec 27, 2017
In Ethiopia, Christmas is on January 7th
Did you know that Ethiopians celebrate Christmas on 7 January each year? And that in Ethiopia the current year is 2010? This makes no difference to bees of course. This year our partners have been...
Sep 11, 2017
Bees in trees in Ethiopia
One of the great things about beekeeping is that unlike other forms of livestock, bees can sometimes be obtained for free. If you are lucky! Simple cylinders made of bamboo are made and placed in...
Jun 6, 2017
The future looks bright, with bees
Angouch has been taught how to keep bees and make top-bar hives by Bees for Development. Since the training she has not looked back. “Beekeeping is a really beneficial activity. I have...
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