Honey economy in the East Pokot is becoming more commercial as new markets are emerging.  Beekeeping interventions recognise these opportunities yet tend to work with existing beekeepers, who are among the relatively better-off and not the most vulnerable. It is these skills that can help them to be creative enough to provide basic needs for their families and improve their livelihoods.

The purpose of this project is to raise household income and enhancing the livelihood resilience of vulnerable households through beekeeping for 30% of the population in Tiaty, East Pokot and to empower local people with skills in beekeeping as well as acting as market bridge between the locals and markets outside East Pokot, as a way of addressing rural poverty and general health issues.

Approximated Budget is KES. 320 000. We call upon your kind support in this project.