Research observes beekeeping as one of the underdeveloped socio-economic activities that could have high potential for promoting food security in Africa.Despite being insects, bees have enormous benefits to the mankind. First, bees are known for their economic value obtained from sale of their products that include; Honey, Wax, Pollen, Propolis, Royal Jelly, and Bee Venom.Secondly, Bees help in crop pollen pollination which facilitates high agriculture yield for crop farmers.Third, in the natural forest, bees promote high yield for seeds that develop to new plants which in turn, promotes re-forestation as part of environmental conservation.

Training Schedule

We have Scheduled the beekeeping courses for a minimum of 5 and a maximum of 10 participants. The dates for these courses in 2021 are:

January: 25th to 29th, February: 15th to 19th,March: 15th to 19th,April: 12th to 16th,May: 17th to 21st,June: 14th to 18th, July: 19th to 23rd,August: 16th to 20th,September: 13th to 17th,October: 18th to 23rd without Mashujaa day on 20th,November: 15th to 19th,December: 13th to 17th

We reserve the right to cancel a course in case we do not get the required minimum number of participants. We can also organize any other timing for a self-organized group of a minimum of 5 participants.

The course cost per participant is Ksh 15,000, which includes tuition and all training materials.

You will have to cater for your own accommodation, food and transport.

Extension services: The beekeeping course needs follow up and mentoring on site. For any kind of extension service we charge Ksh 5.000/day irrespective of the number of clients served. This is not inclusive of transport and accommodation of the facilitator to the site.

Please access the detailed course description through this link and contact info@kwetukenya.org or Mobile 0724926756 for further information.