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We part funded a project to investigate the Impact of Beekeeping with Indigenous Bees on Mango and Cashew Production in ...Read More
Trisha Marlow, volunteer Partnership Manager for Ghana, explains the background to the selection of this community for funding. First Impressions ...Read More
Research presented at Apimondia, the international beekeeping conference held in Montreal, Canada this September showing that one-third of all internationally ...Read More
A Case Study of a Cluster of Three Diverse Poverty Relief Projects and Their Local Lead NGO in Kasese, Western ...Read More
Download Illustrated Report on Stuart Andrews's trip to our Zambian project 2019 Introduction I have just returned from Monze District, ...Read More
Where are the Pictures of Bees? When I finally got around to sorting the pictures taken during my two day ...Read More
A Beekeeping Course for the Murambo Beekeepers Catherine Ridler October 2018 The four-day residential course was run by Daniel Ngangasi ...Read More
Bees Abroad Projects Win 1st, 2nd and 3rd Prizes in New Charity Class at National Honey Show Bees Abroad are ...Read More
The Bia Biosphere Reserve in west Ghana covers some 7,770 hectares and is where the country’s major forest animals are ...Read More
Learn how 2018 World Bee Day was celebrated in Kenya Celebration of work Kenya ...Read More