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AFRICAN BEEKEEPING

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ON MALAIKA HONEY FARM

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Beekeeping Uganda & Beekeeping Equipment Australia by Malaika Honey, specializing in African natural Beekeeping, training, products like beesuits, hive tools, honey, propolis.


Malaika Honey Beekeeping in Uganda and Australia - supplies and training

Malaika Honey

BEE KEEPING

HONEY & HIVE PRODUCTS


Malaika Honey is an Australian Ugandan social enterprise specializing in African Beekeeping development in Uganda & Australia since 2006. The enterprise works to raise skill levels for farmers through research, development and training. Providing quality workable beekeeping equipment and creating strong reliable markets honey and hive products…


OUR PRODUCTS & SERVICES

 
Quality Equipment
Malaika Honey has been producing beehives and beekeeping equipment since 2006 with the key aim to develop, affordable high quality and workable equipment suitable for the common farmer. See more
 
HONEY & HIVE PRODUCTS
Our honey label “Not tonight honey” is the leading established honey brand in the market for over a decade along with “Malaika Propolis” that has been on pharmaceutical distribution since 2007. With a strong linkage to farmers nationwide raising skill levels leads to better quality products. Read more
 
TECHNICAL SUPPORT
We provide groups and individuals technical support in apiary establishment and skills from basic introduction to advanced skill learning in crop pollination and queen rearing. For more information please contact us. Contact us

What Our Clients Say

Malaika honey equipment has been of top quality and well suited for the job.  The beesuit, in particular, is comfortable, hard wearing and makes me stand out in the bee yard and the bees love it.

Guilio Pinetti

I love the beesuit and smoker. Khaki cotton with African fabric trim with large pockets. Two-piece suit is a great idea. I doubt my white suits will ever come out of the cupboard again. Great equipment and happy to support a great cause!

Andrea Lang

I am 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

Achol Catherine

When I used the methods I was given by Malaika Honey to fence my bee hives, I never looked back, forever grateful

Gideon Mugisa

My business has improved after i implemented methods i got from the Malaika workshop, thanks guys

Semwasi Benson

This is the best services around, thanks Malaika Honey for the work well done

John Ssemakula

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.

Andrew Kent

I am very pleased with Malaika Honey Propolis that I have been using for many many years. I first discovered this wonderful product in a hostel near Kampala when in Uganda doing a nursing placement in 2008. I love the fact it is natural as too helping the community’s. I have shared it with my work colleagues also and they all love it too.

Serena – UK

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1 week ago
Malaika Honey

Training little future beekeepers of tomorrow.

It's so rewarding teaching children about how bees make honey, how the colony works and even meeting a real bee!

#schooltraining #littlebeekeepers
#beekeeping #ugandabeekeeping #africa
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1 month ago
Malaika Honey

You may just be taking the sweet stuff but there is alot more you are doing for your good health by eating honey.

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2 months ago
Malaika Honey

Malaika Honey is always proud to be a supporter of Nabugabo Sporting Events promoting good health and fitness in Uganda with the recent event at beautiful Lake Mutanda.

One of the winners took home the glory and a bottle of our honeywine!

Thanks as always to Maurits Servaas and his energetic team 👏💪🧡🇺🇬
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2 months ago
Malaika Honey

It has been inspiring to work with ICIPE - International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology in Nairobi over the past two years, collecting data from Ugandan beekeepers. This information has been compiled into a comprehensive report on colony losses in Sub-saharan Africa that you can read on the link below.

I found their research in this and particularly varroa mite very interesting as African bees have a strong resilience in managing this pest. I was grateful to be able to visit their research centre in Nairobi and see the great work they are doing that is not only valuable to African beekeeping but the world at large.

www.researchgate.net/publication/380330759_Managed_honey_bee_colony_losses_and_causes_during_the_...
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It has been inspiring to work with ICIPE - International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology in Nairobi over the past two years, collecting data from Ugandan beekeepers. This information has been compiled into a comprehensive report on colony losses in Sub-saharan Africa that you can read on the link below.
I found their research in this and particularly varroa mite very interesting as African bees have a strong resilience in managing this pest. I was grateful to be able to visit their research centre in Nairobi and see the great work they are doing that is not only valuable to African beekeeping but the world at large.
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/380330759_Managed_honey_bee_colony_losses_and_causes_during_the_active_beekeeping_season_20222023_in_nine_Sub-Saharan_African_countries#fullTextFileContentImage attachmentImage attachment
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