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Alba Iulia
Tuesday, August 4, 2020

Bee Honey Project takes off and is helping rural Zambians earn income

Videos and Audios Bee Honey Project takes off and is helping rural Zambians earn...

Developed by missionary philanthropist John Enright, Bee Sweet Honey, a co-op style honey initiative, is taking off in Zambia, and is improving lives for the 10,000 individuals already involved.

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  1. Hats off to United Methodist Church, and in particular ba Kafakumba. Yes, Bees don’t care whether the Hive is fancy-looking or not. It simply has to have the space inside. I am aware Kafakumba have been involved with a number of noble projects including this one, for a long time.

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