Indispensable to the balance of ecosystems, the bee deserves our full attention. Beekeeping contributes to the maintenance of plant biodiversity by ensuring the healthy management of honey bee populations, whose development is closely dependent on the quality of the environment. Pollination is a fundamental process in natural terrestrial ecosystems. It is an essential contributor to food production and establishes a direct link between wild ecosystems and agricultural production systems. the overwhelming majority of flowering plant species produce seed only if pollinating animals carry pollen from the anthers to the stigmas of the flowers. Without this service, many interdependent species and many processes functioning within the same ecosystem would disappear the great production of food depends directly on the activity pollination, and bees are among the pollinators, those who play the most effective role. Through the pollination of plants, bees promote agricultural production that ensures food security, and through their products with high nutritional value, the nutritional security of the population is ensured.
Although honey can be the basis of food and also of income, its use has always been very important. Honey is used both as a nutritional food and also for its therapeutic properties, also Honey production can represent perhaps an important branch of the agricultural economy of the refugees and host who are concerned by this project.
The production and contribution of this project are far from negligible both for the poorest farmers and for big farmers.
beekeeping, ensures an ecosystem balance due to pollination of horticulture products which in turn provides food for the bees. This increases yields in vegetables, flowers and fruit products, which are very rare in the market or even non-existent here in Kakuma and the surrounding area.
The establishment of more than 1700 beehives, to produce more than 2000 liters of honey per cycle, and then the establishment of the factory for the manufacture of shoe polish, candles, and varnish from beeswax…