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Improved Beekeeping project Huye Rwanda 2017

Location:             Huye district, Kinazi sector, Rwambariro cell - Rwanda

Project leadtime: 30 months

Requestor:          Dan Gashugi

Description of the project:

Rwanda is a developing country in Africa, with high density of population. This means that many peoples are poor and they do not have enough land; this causes poverty in many families in rural areas like Rwambariro cell. To fight against poverty we decided to start a beekeeping project because it only takes a small lands and it does not require other funds after start up. It will be a beneficial project with good outcome.

Objectives:

  • Creating jobs for all members or initiators of this project including me as project coordinator
  • To provide mutual insurance scheme to neighbourhood (poor people) around this project and employing them
  • With the outcome of this project the members and neighbours will be given small domestic animals to improve their life (goats, piglet,…)
  • Encourage local artisans in the production of beekeeping equipment

Beneficiaries:

Direct beneficiaries are Ngarambe Sosthene, Eliab Masandi, Mukarwego Ndahiro, Ndayisaba Mukashema Donatha and their families. And we will employ technician beekeepers for the installation because most of us know this cultivation only in a traditional way.

Budget:

Total cost of the project is 2.229.000 Frw, being 2.300 €

Materials

Estimate cost in RwFr

Traditional hive (to retrieve the bees)

25 hives x 3.000 RwFr/hive = 75.000 RwFr

Modern hive “langstroth”

25 hives x 50.000 RwFr/hive = 1.250.000 RwFr

Extractor

350.000 RwFr

Soaker of 200 l

300.000 RwFr

Sort

30.000 RwFr

Smoker

20.000 RwFr

Tools (knive, brush, ….)

34.000 RwFr

Protective clothes

100.000 RwFr

Protection of the Queen

10 x 2.000 RwFr = 20.000 RwFr

Miscellaneous

50.000 RwFr

Total

2.229.000 RwFr

Risks:

  • Use of chemicals on plants which may kill the bees
  • Climate change
  • Natural disasters
  • Budget constraint due to price fluctuations at the market

Attached documents:

None

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