Uganda Honey

Honey in its purest

A week of bees, fresh air and sunshine…………………….

We had just concluded another session of beekeeping course at Kajjansi beekeeping centre, entebbe. The quality of the participants are getting better. I was really impressed with this batch of students. It was no longer a,”teacher speaks, student listens” kind of classes anymore. There were so much interaction between the trainer and the students. The feedback on how to improve and finetune the program was constructive and interesting. This shows the evolution of what are needed in order to be competent in one’s progress.


October 22, 2011 - Posted by | apiculture, bee colony, bee hive, Beekeeping, beekeeping journal, beekeeping training, honey, Honey Quality Control, Sustainable Beekeeping | , , , , , ,

1 Comment »

  1. Im really impressed by the work you are doing to revive the apiary industry in Uganda,please keep up. Im working with Mukono Zonal Agricultural Research and Development Institute as an Apiary technician and iwould like to share the experience gained with other stakeholders through workshops and trainings like the one that took place in Kajjansi recently, but unfortunately idint attend, but in case you organise one please do not hestate to contact me. Yours in service Richard Lumu.

    Comment by Richard Lumu | November 30, 2011 | Reply

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