Strengthening livelihoods in developing countries through beekeeping





Friday 21 August 2015


The price for the whole day including lunch and refreshments is £120 (inclusive of VAT)

Event Description

An overview of beekeeping in developing countries: an introduction to addressing the challenges. Suitable for NGOs and individuals interested in using beekeeping to alleviate poverty.

Training Day topics

  • Apiculture in developing countries and how it supports livelihoods
  • An introduction to problems faced by beekeepers in poor countries
  • Appropriate and sustainable - issues of technology choice
  • An introduction to honey marketing and trade
  • Case studies: success stories from around the world

About the Organiser

Bees for Development Trust
Bees for Development is a charitable trust that assists bee-keepers living in poor and remote areas of the world - lifting them out of poverty through bee-keeping. We work with individuals, trainers, community groups and associations, raising the profile of apiculture in developing countries to ensure a sustainable future for bees, people and the environment.

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