Bee Keeping

Traditional beekeeping in Uganda consists of leaving cortex-made hives or hollow trunks in the forest and wait for the bees to settle in the hives and after about 2 years the start to produce enough honey.  
This honey is eventually collected using crude methods that involves using fire to kills the bees and ofcourse the quality of the honey itself is very poor and this honey also tends to ferment very quickly. 
 
We intend to teach the local communities the importance of protecting natural resources in a way that can increase their household income and at the same time improve the quality of the honey that is produced.  
 
With high quality hony the local communities can penetrate the urban market and wil be able to supply their honey to the big shops in the urban and they will be able to afford to buy household items and also send their children to school.  
 
The modern bee keeping method will benefit all men, women and the youth as opposed to the traditional method where it is only men who would benefit.
 
donate a bee hive
 
 

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