A loan of $300 helped to buy beehives for honey production.


Daniel's story

Daniel lives in Maphombe, a small town in Kwale county. Kwale county is located on the Kenyan coast and is the southernmost Kenyan county. Though some of the towns along the beach see benefits from tourism, the majority of people living inland are farmers, and the region's inconsistent rains can make agricultural yields unpredictable. Beekeeping is a relatively new activity in the area, but many farmers here are enthusiastic at the prospect of owning their own hives and gathering additional income from the sale of their honey. Daniel is married and has four children. Both he and his wife have been farming for thirty-six years, and they are currently tending to an orange orchard on their land. Daniel is excited to work with Honey Care Africa because their hive technicians provide very good service and teach people about beekeeping. He also wants to become a beekeeper because he loves eating honey. This is Daniel’s first loan, and he plans to use the money generated by his beehives to help build a house.



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