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Watch to see expert beehive maker Baichim Gabriel Wuyika make a beehive from bamboo, grass and twine. Local beekeepers place these hives in the Oku forest, Cameroon.
The Bee Garden Party was held in the garden of Marlborough House, London on the 12th June 2019. Special guests included The Duchess of Cornwall, along with Mary Berry and hosts Martha Kierney and Bill…
This video shows and explains the important work of the NGO, CAMGEW, and its Director, Wirsiy Emmanuel Binyuy. They are working hard to promote forest conservation, tree-planting and beekeeping.
Watch this video, shot and produced by EcoLogic field staff and local volunteers, about EcoLogic's apiary project in Ixcán, Guatemala, to hear from local beekeepers Román Caal, Luis Paau Yat, Juan Cac…
This short movie explains how the Bees for Development beekeeping project in Nkor, Cameroon, helps to conserve the forest. This project was delivered in partnership with local NGO, ANCO.
Watch Let's Talk Tobago interview our Safari Coordinator and Safarian on our Trinidad and Tobago Safari trip, February 2019.
Watch this short video to learn how bees can help increase cashew yields, through pollination, in Ghana.
Mulu Abeje, a father of two in Ethiopia, explains how beekeeping is helping his children get the education he never had. Mulu was trained and supported by Bees for Development. www.beesfordevelopment.…
Bill Turnbull, a patron of Bees for Development, talks about why he supports the charity and the work that we do.
Jennifer Oloya lost her sight over a decade ago. She is now a very successful beekeeper, so much so that she is helping others with visual impairments in Uganda to learn how to change their lives with…
Kibora Francis lost his sight in 2017. He has since learned to keep bees, helping him to begin to regain his independence and provide for his family. This film has been made as part of a project promo…
George Tunanukye explains the impact of Bees for Development's Uganda Honey Trade Project. The Project helped beekeepers access a good market for their honey, so generating income in the rural area.
This short movie shows farmers in Nkor, Cameroon, learning about beekeeping, the importance of honey and how to make bee hives.
Matt Somerville and John Haverson demonstrate how to construct a Cevennes style Trunk Hive, in England
Bill Turnbull interviews Tom Seeley, asking him why he support the charity, Bees for Development.
Watch Nelson Friday weaving a bee hive in Uganda.