Welcome to Malaika Honey

"Nobody should seek his own good but the good of others"

Our work

We work with poor farmers in rural communities providing reliable markets and conduct training workshops and provide beekeeping equipment.READ MORE

Honey and beehive products

Our honey label “Not tonight honey” is the leading established honey brand in the market providing quality since 2006.READ MORE

About Us

Malaika Honey is an Australian Ugandan social enterprise established specializing in beekeeping since 2006. We work to  create strong reliable markets.READ MORE

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Our Work

Explore some of the projects we’ve worked on, hover or click on the image to view details

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Our Outreach Centres

We have outreach centres throughout Uganda serving farmers to provide reliable markets, resource support and beekeeping equipment needed to be successful

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We offer the best beekeeping equipment that we have over the years redesigned and improved to suit the beekeepers needs as well as being affordable for the small scale farmer. The equipment range from all types of beehives, harvesting , technical and processing equipment. http://malaikahoney.com/equipment.php

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Our greatest success has been to drive development with reliable markets. Toward this we developed the Honey outreach model that has had a great success in reaching and bringing markets direct to farmers and be centres for skill learning.

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The guide book written covering 12 years experience in the field offers practical hands on guidance to succeed in beekeeping. You can find it in selected bookshops and cafes or contact us.      

Welcome to the 4th edition of the guide book.

 

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We have been involved in active research on bee venom which led us to development our own bee venom machine. See video of how the machine works. We also produce our own bee venom honey.
The bee venom honey is popular in Uganda among those living positively with HIV virus as it greatly increases  CD4 count.
See more info on links:
https://youtu.be/1PA2-RgEdbk
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Queen breeding is key to less aggressive, resilient and more productive bees. We have got queens available for sale. Please contact us.Check out a full overview we filmed in Nepal.Click to see video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qFyUmWH1_2k

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Elephants cause a big distraction to human activities especially gardens for those that live near them. This can be controlled by setting up a bee fence. This works  in away that when elephants come and reach the fence, they will try to force their way through  by pushing themselves against the strings and this will make the beehives that have been hung with the strings through shake vigorously forcing the bees to come out and sting the elephants. This will definitely make them retreat back! check link for an article on the bee fence we set up along queen Elizabeth national park : http://www.guardian.co.uk/global-development/2012/jun/06/western-uganda-crop-raiding-elephants-bees) Apiculture is  a source of livelihood, Eco-friendly economic activity which keeps everyone safe.

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We designed and developed this hive tool specially for the Kenyan top bar hive with each part of the tool having specific task to make work easy during inspection or harvesting in the apiary the tasks  include top bar levering, propolis scraper and nail screwier.

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Our focus in progressive training in the transitional top-bar beehive technology through understanding traditional skills utilized by giving the skills needed. Farmers are given classroom theoreticals and classroom revision tasks, interactive training modules, digital presentations and apiary practical skills designed to stimulate performance.

What our customers say.

“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”

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 Semakula

“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 Maliaka 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

"Nobody should seek his own good but the good of others"

Mawanda Road

+256 782 178 097

info@malaikahoney.com

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