News from Bees Abroad

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.

Kenya Celebrates World Bee Day

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

Kenyan partner wins First Prize

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

Booking is now open for the National Honey Show’s Workshop – Beekeeping Projects in Africa. This is for those considering, or already involved, in projects which use beekeeping to help people help themselves out of poverty. It will offer practical advice based on case studies on all aspects of African Beekeeping. There are only 20 … Continue reading Workshop: Beekeeping Projects in Africa 27-10-18

Roy Dyche visits Zambia

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

Enablon, a Wolters Kluwer business, is the world’s leading provider of Sustainability, EH&S and Operational Risk Management Software. A big thank you to seven Enablonians and their Road Crew who will ride 1-3 June 2018 before the start of the 2018 SPF EMEA conference. In 3 days they will cycle almost 330 km starting in … Continue reading London to Paris Bike Ride

Happy Bee-day

World Bee Day is supported by all UN Member States and the International Federation of Beekeepers’ Associations. It takes place on 20th May each year and it highlights how the beekeeping sector helps poverty alleviation, preserving a healthy environment and its biodiversity. To celebrate we have created some gift cards100% of the proceeds from this … Continue reading Happy Bee-day

Bees Abroad are supplying an exciting practical new teaching aid to beekeeping trainers in developing countries. The virtual hive or visual hive provides a comprehensive photographic guide to the frames and conditions that can generally be found within a typical brood box at various times of the season. Bees Abroad trainers attach the photographs of … Continue reading New training tool – a virtual hive for 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.

Around the UK in 2019

We always enjoy meeting our supporters.  We will have a stand at the following shows this summer: 29 May – Bath and West, Shelton Mallet, Somerset 6 June – South of England Show at Ardingly 14 June – Three Counties Show at the Show Ground, Malvern, Worcestershire 9 July – Great Yorkshire Show, Harrogate, Yorkshire … Continue reading Around the UK in 2019

We are delighted to announce that we have launched a project in partnerhsip with Rory’s Well to support Bee Farming in the Barri Chiefdom, Pujehun District, SW Sierra Leone. Neil Brent a member of Gloucestershire Beekeepers and Kath Hayward visited Sierra Leone earlier this year in order to assess potential for bee farming in the … Continue reading Rory’s Well – Bee Farming