By Honey Care Africa

The Social Business in East Africa that is Using Bees and Smartphones to Help Lift Subsistence Farmers Out of Poverty.

By Jonathan Kalan Bees. Specifically, African bees are probably not the first, or even fifth idea, that comes to mind when you think of alleviating poverty. Yet these little insects are causing a buzz by helping thousands of rural farmers in East Africa. For the past twelve years, Kenyan social business Honey Care Africa has […]

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The Bop In Pictures: One Beekeeper, Many Hives in Kenya

Joyce Kavinya Motunga is from Kitui district, Kenya. She lives with her five children and four grandchildren. Joyce lives in a small mud and brick hut in a village on the outskirts of Kitui district, Eastern Kenya. She’s been beekeeping for more than 10 years and is just one of Honey Care Africa’s 15,000 bee farmers […]

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Honey Care Africa AlphaMinute

Founded in 2000, Honey Care Africa promotes sustainable beekeeping and aims to support thousands of farming families to grow out of poverty. Providing the best  Kenyan honey.

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Honey Care Africa wins Nestlé’s CSV Prize

Nestlé has announced that Honey Care Africa, an East African fair trade honey company working with 35,000 farmers in South Sudan, is the overall winner of the company’s Creating Shared Value Prize.

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Honey Care Africa Ltd., Kenya – Equator Prize 2002 Winner

Honey Care works with many partners and has joint initiatives with international development agencies, the Kenyan government, NGOs and charitable foundations, and micro-enterprise programs. It is involved with a number of other initiatives and individuals and also promotes beekeeping among self-help groups and hobbyists. Its employees spend much of their time in the field, conducting […]