2017 Rukwa Harvest
2017 Rukwa Training
Training Photo Gallery
2016 Kapenta Harvest
2016 Kasulu Training
Beekeeping Seminar, Kijabe Kenya
The goal of AfricanBeekeeping.com is to train African beekeepers. Training is done in either English or Swahili. We are proficient in both languages. We have trained beekeepers in Tanzania and Kenya. Training seminars have been held in Mbeya, Iringa, Sumbawanga, Rukwa Valley, Ufipa Plateau, Nairobi, Kijabe, and Maasai-land. We primarily work with the widespread Apis Mellifera Scutellata bees, however these techniques work well with any African bee species.
This website is designed to help those in Africa connected to the internet who are looking for a simple, straightforward guide to keeping and caring for African bees. If we can help you in any way please communicate with us through the "contact us" page on this website.
Why Promote African Beekeeping?
First Consideration: Types of hives
Second Consideration: Baiting your hives and placement
Third Consideration: Maintaining your hives
Fourth Consideration: Harvesting your honey
Fifth Consideration: Processing your honey
Sixth Consideration: Rendering wax from comb
Practical Tips towards understanding African beekeeping
Cleanly processed raw honey is in demand all over the continent! Honey of this sort will never lack buyers.