Beehouse Rwanda

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In a bid to create employment for the youth and school dropouts living near the protected areas, CCP has introduced the bee keeping programme in Rwanda- Bee House Products Rwanda. This is expected to create alternative sources of livelihood other than depending heavily on the protected areas. The National Parks and forest reserves of Rwanda are surrounded by communities whose lives depend directly on tourism related activities of the park as a form of employment. However, since COVID-19 breakout, life has not remained the same for these communities, especially the youth adjacent to the parks because the tourism they depend on was greatly affected.

Bee House Products is a successful business venture in Uganda that is already operating. CCP wishes to expand Bee house products to Rwanda branded as ‘Bee house products Rwanda’ to bring in solutions that address youth unemployment and reduce dependence on the protected areas through sustainable bee keeping and production of the related bee products. The program is targeting the youth within 10kms of Akagera, Gishwati-Mukura, and Volcanoes National Parks.

Bee House Products was started in Uganda by a team of three ambitious, hardworking young men and women in June 2012 with the aim of sustaining youth livelihood through Bee keeping. Over the years Bee House Products has been by processing and packaging a variety of Bee Products like Honey, Bee Propolis and Bees Wax of high quality as well as providing training, consultancies, and equipment supply. The Directors have vast experience in Bee Keeping/Apiculture from Hives Saves Lives Africa. The company has worked in partnership with many other experienced stakeholders in the Beekeeping sector in Uganda like The Uganda National Apiculture Development Organization (TUNADO), Ministry of Agriculture and renown National Apiculturists and Entomologists.


Empowered youth and responsive to the conservation of biodiversity


Economic transformation of the park communities through employability and entrepreneurial skills development, whilst effectively contributing to protected areas management.

  • Promote youth employment through bee keeping
  • Enhance the conservation of protected areas among the youth and the general park communities
  • Enhance skills development and replication of modern bee keeping technology in Rwanda’s protected areas
Activities and products to be produced
Direct products produced by Bee House include honey, Propolis and Bees Wax. Other products to be produced will be made by our youth locally and these include tailored, Bee suits, Gloves, Hive tools, smokers, KTB hives, Langstroth hives, catcher boxes, Bee brushes and local hives.
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