Bees are humming and so are the women of ACCESS as bee farmers and honey producers
In the words of Nakafeero Florence, “When I heard about the new opportunity at ACCESS where I work as a senior village health worker (VHT), I immediately knew that I would greatly benefit from the access to capital to buy wood nails to build bee hives. I feel like one of the luckiest beneficiaries of WWK/ACCESS. I now have a dozen hives, have taught more than 15 women at ACCESS how to also build hives and bee farm, and most recently I’ve joined WWK as the Program Lead for ACCESS!”
The Nakaseke Bee Keeping project launched late in October 2020, opening its honey factory and store to the public. Nakafeero Florence and her husband Kabagambe Wilson are the owners of this successful business and trained WWK members in the business of bee farming and honey production!