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Who We Are

The Uganda National Apiculture Development Organisation (TUNADO) is the apex body recognised by the public and government of Uganda to coordinate all value chain actors in the apiculture industry. TUNADO is a membership body that unites producers (beekeepers), processors, packers, service providers (trainers, researches, marketers, equipment manufactures etc), development partners, government and all other stakeholders towards apiculture development in Uganda.

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Inside this Issue

  • Analysis of the National Honey Week Event
  • TUNADO is First Runners Excellence in Rural Economic Development
  • UNBS trains ToTs in Certification
  • Oxfam creates Women and Youth livelihoods in Apiculture
  • BTC supports Skilling Beekeepers
  • Bees and Coffee etc.

Our Projects

Publications

Opportunities

Events & Trainings

HONEYWEEK

HONEY WEEK:

This event brings together people and farmers who share the passion of Apiculture farming

BUSINESS FORUM: 

Is an event organised for Apiculture value chain players

APICULTURE MSP:

Is an event organised for individuals who are interest in Apiculture Products

Facts & Figures
Our activities in Numbers

1,200,000
Apiculture
Farmers Reached
in Uganda

950,000
Women involved
in the Apiculture
value chain

30+ Billion Ugx
Increase in Household
Income across the
value chain

5,000+ Tonnes
of Honey and Related
Products Produced Annually

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Diversification in coffee farming means bringing new products to the farm so that coffee isn’t the farmer’s sole source of income. Intercropping it with viable crops, and beekeeping not only brings in extra income for farmers, but also protects crops from natural diseases.

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