grow honey to help families with disabled children to earn an income

04 June 2019

Honey helps to heal bedsores in paralyzed children. In Tanzania we are going to grow honey to help families with disabled children to earn an income. Parents of children with spina bifida are often unable to work outside the home due to the needed care for their child. The costs of that care is very costly. The bee project in Dar es Salaam, supported by Child-Help offers a solution. The small bees do not bite and give quality honey that is in high demand. You don't become a beekeeper from today to tomorrow. It requires a whole education. This week the parents receive training as a beekeeper. They also learn to grow flowers that the bees need. When they are finished, they receive a hive home and the project ensures the assured purchase of honey so that the parents can build up an income. But the hive is given as a loan to return after harvesting so that we can help more families. 

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