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Sustainable beekeeping for resilient livelihoods
Making a difference worldwide
We know that having a healthy ecosystem underpins the wealth and well-being of rural people in Ethiopia. People rely on soils, water and natural vegetation for their livelihoods. Yet degradation is occuring at an alarming rate. In the Lake Tana catchment area deforestation is having a devastating impact on people's lives and on the welfare of bees, which rely on natural vegetation for forage.