The Director's Message

On behalf of the TUNADO Board of Directors and staff, I would like to thank all of you for the overwhelming support that you have given me over the years. As TUNADO, we wouldn’t have contributed to any objectives if it were not for your support and dedication to our activities.

Your support in the previous years is contributing to our vision of being a vibrant membership apex body coordinating apiculture industry in Uganda for sustainable national development. TUNADO provides recommendations for necessary support and demand driven services through policy advocacy and lobbying government and development partners for a favorable beekeeping business environment, membership services, high level apiculture promotion and capacity building.

TUNADO has built a sturdy and healthy relationship with her strategic partners and members over the years without whose unfailing support, it would have been an uphill task for TUNADO to grow and execute her apparition of the apiculture sector. To our members you’re the reason why TUNADO exists and continues to grow strong. As the saying goes that the chain is as strong as its weakest point, you’re strength is TUNADO’s strength.

I also take this opportunity to congratulate the new Board of Directors under the leadership of Chairman; Dr. Robert Kajobe on being elected to oversee the work of the management.

The current staff of TUNADO has also continued to provide an awesome duty to the organization. With the determined and dutiful team I work with, several objectives of the organization have been achieved all thanks to the Programme Manager (Ms Birungi Phionah), Finance and Administration Manager (Ms Sauda Babirye), Programme Officer- Membership (Mr. Bomujuni Allon), Accounts Assistant (Ms. Nakakaawa Hasipha) and Programme Officer- Communications (Mrs. Sarah A. Mugoya), without you, TUNADO would not have achieved all that is has achieved todate. Finally I am very proud of TUNADO members, development partners and the Government under Ministry of Agriculture Animal Industry and Fisheries for your overwhelming support.

Francis Okidi Ejem a beekeeper shows us Manuta grass which is good bee forage. He says in the morning, you cannot pass through that grass because of the too many bees foraging.

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TUNADO , Supported by @UgandaTrias conducts bee-suite tailoring training for women in Westnile, Gulu and Bunyoro. empowering them with such skills will make them earn decently from the Apiculture sector in Uganda.

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Happy St David's Day from everyone at Bees for Development. While we reach people in many parts of the world, we are proudly based in Monmouth Bee Town, Wales. 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 #DyddGŵylDewiHapus!

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