Dave Bonner has recently been visiting our project in Mbale. He kept a blog to record activities whilst he was in-country. Please follow the link to read his story – and admire his practical construction classes.
The stories below give an insight into the work of our project managers with disadvantaged communities
The planned second phase of the project in Hoima will essentially have three key objectives,namely: (i) sustaining the achievements of the first phase, (ii) extending the project to other groups — due to budget constraints the addition of two more groups only is currently planned (more would be nice) and (iii) ongoing monitoring and evaluation. […]
Bees Abroad are very grateful to the Worshipful Company of Wax Chandlers for their support of our work with the Cheptebo Agricultural Training and Innovation Centre (CATIC) The Rural Development centre in Kerio Valley, Elgeyo Marakwet County, Kenya has developed over the past 28 years however in July 2016 the CATIC was formally opened. It offers […]
A three year BeesAbroad project in Kenya which was funded by DFID funded project has been recognised for it’s significant contribution to the goal of poverty relief in the area. DFID deemed that the outcomes of the project, which had a budget of £246,798 controlled by Bees Abroad, had exceeded expections, were ‘highly relevant’ and […]
During 2015, three of our projects were completed and we adopted ten additional ones, which brings the total registered projects to 30. They are in various stages of development and work on some of the recent registrations begin in 2016. Two long-established projects in Nigeria, Maigana and PFPA, are, temporarily we hope, ‘on-hold’ due to […]
Read Jo Hiscox’s blog to get a fascinating insight into how our project leaders support beekeepers, and see the impact beekeeping can make to low-income families. Jo, Brian Durk and Gill Johnson spent 2 months working on various projects in rural Cameroon. Follow this link to Jo’s Blog.