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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 ...
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World Bee Day – 20th May

To mark World Bee Day on May 20th, read how Bees Abroad is Focussing on Health & Wellbeing in this ...
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Annual Project Report 2019

Welcome to our 2018 Annual Report Thank you for your interest in Bees Abroad. We hope you enjoy reading about ...
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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. Joining Instructions pour yourself a drink ...
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Happy Birthday Bees Abroad as we turn 21

In a small corner of Wales, 21 years ago, a group of four beekeepers gathered.As a result ‘Bees Abroad’ was ...
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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, ...
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Come and meet us

We always enjoy meeting our supporters.  We will have a stand at the following shows this summer: Saturday 29th February ...
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Impact of Beekeeping with Indigenous Bees

We part funded a project to investigate the Impact of Beekeeping with Indigenous Bees on Mango and Cashew Production in ...
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Ekye Beekeepers Union – changing lives for fishing and farming families

Trisha Marlow, volunteer Partnership Manager for Ghana, explains the background to the selection of this community for funding. First Impressions ...
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Helping young people succeed through beekeeping

Our Christmas appeal is raising funds for a new project in Ghana which will help people like Simon (pictured) to ...
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One-third of honey sold is NOT produced by Bees

Research presented at Apimondia, the international beekeeping conference held in Montreal, Canada this September showing that one-third of all internationally ...
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How can we measure the success of beekeeping projects?

A Case Study of a Cluster of Three Diverse Poverty Relief Projects and Their Local Lead NGO in Kasese, Western ...
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The Women’s Beekeeping Project, Monze, Zambia: a report on progress

Download Illustrated Report on Stuart Andrews's trip to our Zambian project 2019 Introduction I have just returned from Monze District, ...
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Under The Mango Tree – latest from our project in India

Where are the Pictures of Bees? When I finally got around to sorting the pictures taken during my two day ...
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Annual Project Report 2018

Welcome to our 2018 Annual ReportThank you for your interest in Bees Abroad. We hope you enjoy reading about ourproject ...
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A Beekeeping Course for the Murambo Beekeepers

A Beekeeping Course for the Murambo Beekeepers Catherine Ridler October 2018 The four-day residential course was run by Daniel Ngangasi ...
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Success at BBKA National Honey Show

Bees Abroad Projects Win 1st, 2nd and 3rd Prizes in New Charity Class at National Honey Show Bees Abroad are ...
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Creating a new livelihood in West Ghana

The Bia Biosphere Reserve in west Ghana covers some 7,770 hectares and is where the country’s major forest animals are ...
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Kenya Celebrates World Bee Day

Learn how 2018 World Bee Day was celebrated in Kenya Celebration of work Kenya ...
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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 ...
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Workshop: Beekeeping Projects in Africa 27-10-18

Booking is now open for the National Honey Show's Workshop - Beekeeping Projects in Africa. This is for those considering, ...
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Roy Dyche visits Zambia

Our latest news from Zambia Report on Roy Dyche's recent trip to our Zambian project ...
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London to Paris Bike Ride

Enablon, a Wolters Kluwer business, is the world’s leading provider of Sustainability, EH&S and Operational Risk Management Software. A big ...
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Beekeeper Marketing

This is a new role. Its purpose is to increase the awareness of Bees Abroad amongst the 25,000 members of ...
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Project Manager – what does it involve?

A Project Manager makes sure that we deliver agreed outputs and outcomes to the best of everyone's ability. Our Process ...
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Happy Bee-day

World Bee Day is supported by all UN Member States and the International Federation of Beekeepers’ Associations. It takes place ...
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Richard & Jane Ridler visit Uganda

On arrival in Uganda, we met Shaun from http://www.beeutifulcreations.org, a social enterprise working with local beekeepers to make and sell ...
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New training tool – a virtual hive for beekeepers

Bees Abroad are supplying an exciting practical new teaching aid to beekeeping trainers in developing countries. The virtual hive or ...
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INTO Giving – funds beekeeping in Odogbolu district, Nigeria

INTO Giving Funds Bees Abroad’s School Beekeeping Project in Nigeria INTO Giving is an exemplary charity that supports humanitarian and community ...
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Around the UK in 2019

We always enjoy meeting our supporters. We will have a stand at the following shows this summer: 29 May - ...
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Tribute to David Njuguna

It is with deep regret that we have received the sad news of the recent death of David Njuguna in ...
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Social Media and Digital Content

We recognise that our expertise in, and understanding of, the effective use of social media as a route to fundraising ...
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Corporate Sponsorship

We would like to expand our fundraising and communications team to include someone who can focus on gaining support from ...
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Trade Show Manager

We would like a show manager to understudy our existing volunteer. We aim to attend ten shows around the country ...
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Become a Trustee

We are searching for new trustees to strengthen our board and help implement the changes essential to secure our future ...
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Volunteer with Us

We are searching for new trustees to strengthen our Board and help implement the changes essential to secure our future ...
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Annual Project Report 2017

Learn more about our project work in 2017 Bees Abroad Annual Report 2017 ...
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Rory’s Well – Bee Farming

We are delighted to announce that we have launched a project in partnerhsip with Rory’s Well to support Bee Farming ...
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Good to the last drop – Bees in India

Martin Kunz has recently visited India. Here is a fascinating article about beekeeping there, the different species of bee and ...
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United Nations funds beekeeping in Nigeria

The United Nations Staff 1% Development Fund has awarded a grant to a new beekeeping training centre at Zamfarawa in ...
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Visit to Rwanda 2017

We visited 2 community groups in the west of Rwanda to assess projects for future support from Bees Abroad. Both ...
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UK Department for International Development Awards (DFID) A+

A three year BeesAbroad project in Kenya which was funded by DFID funded project has been recognised for it’s significant ...
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Visit to Kenya by Abdul Miah

When the chance arose to travel to Kenya and document the DIFD funded Bees abroad project, it was an opportunity ...
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Come and meet us

We always enjoy meeting our supporters.  We will have a stand at the following shows this summer: 29 May - ...
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Heather Honey: a Comprehensive Guide

The launch of Michael Badger's book, Heather Honey: A Comprehensive Guide is a great success and proving very popular with ...
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Migrating Honey Bees

Liz Bates has written a wonderful article in the magazine BeeCraft, explaining how the migration of honeybees in Kenya is ...
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Adding Value in Kenya

John and Mary Home are visiting Kenya. A visit to Kerio Valley to give training in making soap from beeswax ...
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Hoima Project in Uganda 2015

Roy Dyche and Geoff Redwood have recently returned from Hoima in Uganda, where they have been supporting and evaluating our project ...
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Successful Beekeeping in Ghana

Bees Abroad have recently been partnering with Ashanti Development in the Ashanti region of Ghana to train members of this ...
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A Good Year for Beatrice

Bees Abroad project manager Roy Dyche talks to a member of our Ugandan project. “So many of my friends were ...
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News from Baringo County in Kenya

Here are photos of Sinyati women’s group as they exhibited during the Baringo county Honey Conference  (26-28 June 2014) which ...
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From Uganda

Stuart Andrews and Roy Dyche will be visiting our project in Hoima, Uganda at the end of April, and you ...
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Experiences in Kenya and Uganda

Dave Bonner has been engaged in community training in Uganda since 2008.  Putting his interest in relief of poverty together ...
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Bees v Elephants

John Home says biology can find solutions to the biggest problems - like stopping a six-tonne African elephant in its tracks ...
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Exciting funding news from DFID

We are delighted to be able to announce that Bees Abroad has secured major funding from the UK Department for International ...
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Project Manager in Uganda

Dave Bonner has recently been visiting our project in Mbale.  He kept a blog to record activities whilst he was ...
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Blog from Kenya

John and Mary Home returned recently from projects in Kenya to relieve poverty through beekeeping. Whilst they were there, they ...
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Learn to beekeep, the African way

Twelve beekeepers from across the UK were invited to a Project Leaders' Day at John and Mary Home's Honey farm ...
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Blog from Cameroon

Read Jo Hiscox's blog to get a fascinating insight into how our project leaders support beekeepers, and see the impact ...
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Newsletters

All the latest and greatest news from Bees Abroad is captured in our newsletters. Please download and share with your ...
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Meet our Administrator

Hi - my name is Veronica Brown. I joined Bees Abroad in July 2008, and enjoy being part of a ...
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Meet our Project Leaders

We have an expanding team of experienced beekeepers who work with small communities who require our help.  These include: Stuart ...
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How to become involved

 Have you Skills that would be helpful to Bees Abroad? At Bees Abroad we are all beekeepers. We link the ...
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Volunteering with Bees Abroad

A big thank you to all our volunteers.  We couldn't run our projects without you. Our volunteers play a key ...
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Bees in the Warm Heart of Africa

Nkhata Bay Honey Producers Co-operative Malawi is a country of exhilarating beauty. The people are welcoming and full of smiles ...
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