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The specialist international beekeeping organisation
Bees for Development exists to provide information and support to beekeepers in poor countries. Our work is often focused on people in remote areas of the world’s financially poorest countries. We provide information and training materials about bees and beekeeping to 130 developing nations. We work on projects in Africa, Central and South East Asia, Eastern Europe and Central and South America. This year we are working particularly in Eritrea, Ethiopia, Cameroon, Ghana and Uganda.
We are based in Monmouth, in Wales, in the UK. Here we are involved with local initiatives, such as Bee Friendly Monmouthshire, with national initiatives such as the Welsh National Pollinator Plan, and with international events of Apimondia, the World Federation of Beekeepers Associations.