The rainy season has just ended and the beekeepers need to go and check on their hives. The rains, the winds might have tilted the hives or taken the roof away.
In order to support the beekeepers we will send our specialist to each villages so that beekeepers can keep on learning. Also he will help them to clean the hives of the old balck honey which is not good for consumption.
Some beekeepers are collecting honey at this time which we are not recommending. Bees need to have some food waiting for the blossom time in January. The honey collected now has a very high water content which makes its conservation difficult.
We have just found out that honey is very good to help to heal cuts.
There are still a lot of women waiting to have hives.
Thank you for your help to divulgate this project.
IT IS HELPING WOMEN TO HAVE MORE REVENUES WITH LITTLE WORK.
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