Bees Abroad are pleased to announce a new partnership with Bazar, The Ethical Marketplace App.

Bees Abroad are pleased to be launching a brand new partnership with Bazar, The Ethical Marketplace App.

This partnership is built from our shared values around understanding the importance of sustainable produce.  Bazar app is an online ethical marketplace. Buyers and sellers of sustainable, artisan, ethical, pre-loved, and eco-friendly products can transact, and connect on topics that are important to them.

For every product sold, Bazar will donate 1% of their sales commission revenue to their bees, trees, and seas eco partnerships. We have been chosen as Bazar Ethical Marketplaces Bee partner.

Buying products from Bazar App not only supports the work of Bees Abroad, but it raises awareness of the importance Bees can play in improving livelihoods.

To download the app, and help support the work of Bees Abroad, please follow the links below:

 

Annual Project Report 2019

Welcome to our 2018 Annual Report

Thank you for your interest in Bees Abroad. We hope you enjoy reading about our
project work and find this publication engaging and informative. We strive to improve
the way we communicate with our supporters; we would value your feedback about
this publication.

Our Mission

Our focus is the relief of poverty through beekeeping. We promote locally appropriate
methods to generate income, enhance livelihoods, alleviate poverty and improve the
quality of life of our project participants.

Our team of volunteer experienced beekeepers develop and support local partners
who deliver our projects in the most deprived rural communities worldwide.

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The Bees Abroad Big Birthday Pub Quiz – Wednesday 6th May at 8.00pm (BST)

The Bees Abroad Big Birthday Pub Quiz – Wednesday 6th May at 8.00pm (BST)

Hosted by Professor Adam Hart – Scientist, Author, Broadcaster and Patron of Bees Abroad.

pour yourself a drink
  1. To Join the Quiz, Click on this link: https://zoom.us/j/97461260525   
  2. Open the zoom.us app from your browser or download the app. It’s free, you won’t be charged.
  3. Listen to the questions, think of an answer and have fun. Send notes to other players using chat button at the bottom of your screen.

Just £5, the price of a drink and a packet of crisps, will make a difference. If you feel like ‘buying a round’ and giving more, we’d be very grateful!

In Ghana Atudrobesa Beekeepers Trainerdemonstrates the Kenyan top-bar hive (photo Twene)

Our projects enable participants to enhance their livelihoods, alleviate poverty and improve their quality of life.

Beekeeping can increase income by 20% and crop pollination by 100%.

We work in the poorest rural communities worldwide.

Beekeeping is environmentally friendly, sustainable and accessible to all.

Bees Abroad supports International Women’s Day 2020 #EachforEqual

Bees Abroad supports International Women’s Day 2020 #EachforEqual

An equal world is an enabled world. Individually, we’re all responsible for our own thoughts and actions – all day, every day. We can actively choose to challenge stereotypes, fight bias, broaden perceptions, improve situations and celebrate women’s achievements.

Learn how women are empowering women in Kisoro, Uganda to have “A Bright Future With Bees”

A Bright Future With Bees

Collectively, each one of us can help create a gender equal world.

Let’s all be #EachforEqual.

Annual Project Report 2018

Welcome to our 2018 Annual Report
Thank you for your interest in Bees Abroad. We hope you enjoy reading about our
project work and find this publication engaging and informative. We strive to improve
the way we communicate with our supporters; we would value your feedback about
this publication.

Our Mission
Our focus is the relief of poverty through beekeeping. We promote locally appropriate
methods to generate income, enhance livelihoods, alleviate poverty and improve the
quality of life of our project participants.

Our team of volunteer experienced beekeepers develop and support local partners
who deliver our projects in the most deprived rural communities worldwide.

Bees Abroad Annual Report 2018