We work with poor farmers in rural communities providing reliable markets and conduct training workshops and provide beekeeping equipment...Read More
Our honey label “Not tonight honey" is the leading established honey brand in the market providing quality since 2006...Read More
Malaika Honey is an Australian Ugandan social enterprise established specializing in beekeeping since 2006. We work to create strong reliable trade for farmers and improve beekeeping methods...Read More
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We conduct regular workshops teaching setting up and establishing a beekeeping business, honey and beehive products production and hands-on bee handling with classroom theory in interactive presentations, videos and exercises followed up with apiary practicalsREGISTER
A small peek into our beekeeping work with the Ik people at Kaabong district in Karamoja region. We bring to them practical modern beekeeping skills as opposed to traditional methods. This will enable them increase honey productivity and with our ready available markets, get a descent income for their households.
Malaika Honey aims at creating sustainable livelihoods and special thanks to the Al-jazeera team that filmed this ahead of the world mountain conservation summit.
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"Iam very happy because the book i bought about bee keeping by Malaika Honey has given me great ideas on how to improve my bee hives"
"When i used the methods i was given by Malaika Honey to fence my bee hives, i never looked back, forever grateful"
"My business has improved after i implemented methods i got from the Malaika workshop, thanks guys"
"The best services around, thanks Malaika Honey"
"The beekeeping experience was one of the more surprisingly interesting things i've been to in 5 years in Uganda. I'd never given it much thought before, but it was fascinating learning the ways bees dance to find food sources, different types of hives, and putting on beekeeping gear to open up hives and see how they really work. Highly recommended."