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.

What a cake 🎂! if we beekeepers start embracing and loving our profession, then everyone will envy us and eventually they will join us 😅. Let's always celebrate 🍾our birthdays in style and show maximum love to our 🐝🐝bees. Such simple acts help move crowds.

When we say beekeeping doesn't need you to have a million shillings on your account, this is simply what we mean. Cost friendly methods of processing honey 🍯using white🪣buckets and white cloth. What other reason do you have for not Keeping Bees ??

🇺🇬 I would like to wish all our members happy 59th Independence. As a country, Let us give bees independence by protecting their habitat. That way, bees will continue to pollinate crops that give us the food that we eat.

Dickson Biryomumaisho, E.D TUNADO

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