Bunyangabu Beekeepers Cooperative gives out 1,200 hives to its members

TUNADO through world of bees , funded by King Baudouin foundation delivered over 1,200 bee hives and smokers to farmers in the districts of Kyenjojo, Ntoroko Kabarole, and Kasese. These were handed over by Magezi Elieza, the manager Bunyangabu Beekeepers Cooperative ltd. Mr. Magezi notes that through their close collaboration with world of bees, they have been able to receive advance payments for their farmers, something that has greatly motivated them. world of bees has also helped to link farmers products to the wider market in Kampala and east africa.

Our staff are currently undergoing training in M&E and #MSC (Most Significant Change) This is a big step forward towards helping us align impact of our projects with expectations from beneficiaries and donors, thanks to @HubCymruAfrica for supporting this training.
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After church today, Refugees and their Host communities in the Rhino Camp have embarked on the fight for financial independence. The mission today is to make 150 hives.
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Beekeepers in Kyotera don't know #weekends. Everyday presents them an #opportunity to turn their lives around and get out of #poverty through #beekeeping. We are happy to lead them through this. @worldofbees1 will provide Market.
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