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Supporting Establishment of New Bee reserves for Sustainable Beekeeping in Tanzania

  • Supporting Establishment of New Bee reserves for Sustainable Beekeeping in Tanzania
  • Supporting Establishment of New Bee reserves for Sustainable Beekeeping in Tanzania
  • Supporting Establishment of New Bee reserves for Sustainable Beekeeping in Tanzania
  • Supporting Establishment of New Bee reserves for Sustainable Beekeeping in Tanzania

District Vice Councilor Mr. Stephen Petro Mtayana emphasizes the importance of environmental care in combating climate change and unlocking opportunities through bee reserves. In Choda village, part of the EU-funded BEVAC project, 19 villages, including Choda, are working to establish new Bee reserves. This initiative spans 8 villages in Kigoma, 3 in Katavi, 2 in Tabora, and 6 in Singida.  
Beekeeping in Tanzania, often in protected areas, will gain formal recognition through these reserves, ensuring sustainable production of honey and bee products. A significant 53,527 hectares of forest land will be conserved and legally acknowledged as a beekeeping reserve. #BeeReserves #SustainableFuture #BEVAC

https://princemediatz.blogspot.com/2023/11/bevac-moves-to-establish-new-conserved.html

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