News from Bees Abroad

Read about how Bees Abroad projects are celebrating World Bee Day Celebrations from Nigeria to Tanzania

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An hour and a half’s drive away from Ibadan, Nigeria’s third largest city, lives a village community home to the Excel beekeeping group. This blog is written by them.

Earlier this April, Bees Abroad Partnership Manager, Trisha Marlow, visited Ghana. She reports back on what the communities told her about food insecurity, social justice and beekeeping.

Find out how the MAMIE foundation is using beekeeping as a tool to protect a precious piece of forest in Nigeria.

In 2019 Bees Abroad formalised a working relationship with Slow Foods International around collaborative working in Nigeria. Find out more about our relationship with the organisation Slow Food in Nigeria and how it's supporting the uptake of sustainable beekeeping.

We have a holistic approach to sustainable beekeeping that covers the three pillars of sustainability: environment, social, economic. Find out more about the environmental side of our sustainable beekeeping approach in this blog.

The Hive Mama’s in Tanzania also known as "Mother's Love" have helped a young boy with Albinism access school

Bees Abroad are excited to tell you about ‘Friends in Mead,’ a brilliantly creative idea and a delicious mead. It is a mead with a story which is now part of the Bees Abroad story, with 100% of profits going to support their sustainable beekeeping projects across Africa.

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