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Click here, to download Issue 026 of The African Honey Magazine
 
  Foreword

This edition of The African Honey Magazine is devoted mainly to the 45th edition of Apimondia Congress being held in Istanbul, Turkey. Since 2011, ApiTrade Africa has been a very active member of APIMONDIA, the global body which promotes apiculture.

Our organization has since provided able leadership to the stakeholders from the African continent under what has become popularly known as One African Pavilion where exporters of bee products from Africa jointly showcase their products and services to the world. These exporters are small and medium enterprises which work with thousands of small holder beekeepers in their respective localities to collect, process and present the best bee products you will see in the market place. What is more is that the beekeepers use low-cost, easily biodegradable bee hives made from locally available materials which bees love. Bees easily colonize the hives and, without need for supplementary syrup, make fresh honey combs which are carefully harvested and processed for the market.

This magazine is an unrivalled source of information on African beekeeping and beekeeping related businesses. Our major focus in this edition is to promote African enterprises which have the interest and / or a track record in doing international business. Our aim is to help them improve visibility and presence in the international arena, linking them to the buyers and potential investors alike.

Apimondia 2017 was also an excellent platform for us to welcome everyone to the 6th edition of Africa's largest apiculture event, ApiExpo Africa 2018. ApiExpo Africa 2018 is being hosted at Abuja International Conference Centre, in Nigeria, from 25th to 29th September 2018, under the theme: Integrating beekeeping into the mainstream economy of Africa.

Together with the Government of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, and the stakeholders in the apiculture sector as a whole, we take the pleasure to invite you to the "land of untapped opportunities".

We shall see you soon in Abuja!

Click here, your free electronic copy of Issue 026 - The African Honey Magazine

Bosco Okello
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