A tour of an apiary [bee farm] in the Kwahu Afram Plains in Ghana

Bees for development Ghana, charity organisation in Ghana, is turning honey hunters who used to porch in the Digya National Park.

The activities of these people affected the park negatively hence something needed to be done.

Bees for development Ghana came in and trained these people on sustainable beekeeping and they are currently keeping bees.

Read also Promoting Sustainable Beekeeping to Alleviate Deprivation and Poverty

In the video below a staff of Bees for development (BfdG) visited one of the project beneficiaries to see what he was doing after he was trained at a workshop organised the charity organisation.

Read also Bees for Development Ghana Trains Unemployed Youth in Beekeeping

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