Photo of the Week: The Beekeeper

March 18, 2011

Henry Xaba of Swaziland stands near one of his 42 beehives, from which he harvests more than a ton of honey. The income from honey has helped Henry buy clothes and food and put concrete on the floor of his house.

Henry Xaba of Swaziland stands near one of his 42 beehives, from which he harvests more than a ton of honey. The income from honey has helped Henry buy clothes and food and put concrete on the floor of his house. TechnoServe helped train Henry in beekeeping and connect him to Eswatini Kitchen, which buys his honey.

Learn more about TechnoServe's work with Eswatini Kitchen.

 

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