Bees Abroad Blog

The latest from our project managers and other volunteers

Bees Abroad Projects Win 1st, 2nd and 3rd Prizes in New Charity Class at National Honey Show Bees Abroad are world leaders in the practical relief of poverty through beekeeping.

The Bia Biosphere Reserve in west Ghana covers some 7,770 hectares and is where the country’s major forest animals are found including the forest elephant and the endangered bongo.

  Learn how 2018 World Bee Day was celebrated in Kenya Celebration of work Kenya

News from the National Show held in Nanyuki Town, Kenya. Congratulations go to Joseph Gitonga and the team on this very well-deserved prize.

Our latest news from Zambia Report on Roy Dyche’s recent trip to our Zambian project

On arrival in Uganda, we met Shaun from Beeutifulcreations.org, a social enterprise working with local beekeepers

INTO Giving Funds Bees Abroad’s School Beekeeping Project in Nigeria INTO Giving is an exemplary charity that supports humanitarian and community projects in the developing world.

The United Nations Staff 1% Development Fund has awarded a grant to a new beekeeping training centre at Zamfarawa in NW Nigeria.

When the chance arose to travel to Kenya and document the DIFD funded Bees abroad project, it was an opportunity too good to turn down. Landing in Nairobi on my birthday and leaving a young family behind in London, I wanted to maximise this opportunity to reflect to the best of my ability the impact … Continue reading Visit to Kenya by Abdul Miah

From Uganda

Stuart Andrews and Roy Dyche will be visiting our project in Hoima, Uganda at the end of April, and you will be able to follow their work via Stuart's blog

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.

Blog from Kenya

John and Mary Home returned recently from projects in Kenya to relieve poverty through beekeeping. Whilst they were there, they kept a blog diary of their experiences.