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Bees and beekeeping for improving rural livelihoods in Ghana
Making a difference worldwide
Bees for Development Ghana supports farming communities across Ghana to use bees and beekeeping as a tool for poverty reduction, and to create employment and sustainable livelihoods in rural areas.
The cashew industry in Ghana relies on honey bees as pollinators for the fruit.
Buzz Club Ghana
We are introducing beekeeping in schools in Ghana. The objective is to provide education, skills and income to help young people get a good start in life. Read about our Buzz Club Project here.
Bees for Cashew Pollination and Rural Livelihoods
Beekeeping offers a double-win for cashew-growers. The bees pollinate the cashew flowers achieving an increase in nut yields, and the growers earn extra income through selling honey as well. Read about our Master Beekeeper model here.