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No bees, no honey: Apiculture value chain experiences in Ethiopia

‘No bees no honey’ presents the experience of the Improving Productivity and Market Success (IPMS) project on apiculture value chain development in Ethiopia. IPMS together with the district office of agriculture, farmers, input suppliers and other stakeholders worked in the district to produce high quality honey by using integrated commodity development approach. The video shows various value addition activities and processes employed by the project – such as production, where queen splitting was a major intervention, input supply, and marketing interventions.

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3 thoughts on “No bees, no honey: Apiculture value chain experiences in Ethiopia

  1. hi IRLI. i realy interested about the livestock production and management. So i need to have two things from u. 1. To be Your member. 2. Your published megazin

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