THE GOOD practice of an innovative honey company has been highlighted through its winning a United Nations Development Programme prize for promoting small-scale honey production in Kenya. Honey Care Africa, supported by the World Bank's International Finance Corporation, has won the US$30,000 Equator Prize. The firm has introduced Kenyan small-scale farmers to commercial beekeeping production methods and has acted as a marketing cooperative to build a market for their honey. The company enables local farmers to become beekeepers via a ...

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