Kafakumba Structure <ul><li>Economic development projects provide jobs and individual incomes for villagers and local people. Without this, many people live on $1 to $2 per day. </li></ul><ul><li>Ultimately, these projects and businesses will help support operation of the Kafakumba Training Center. </li></ul>Aloe Vera Etc. Wood shop FIsh Honey Kafa-kumba Training Center
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Hives made at Kafakumba are given to villagers, who sell their honey to Kafakumba for processing and resale. This gives the villagers a major source of income.
Bee suit used when harvesting honey Family working with an occupied hive. Average income increases from $5/month to $200/month with operating hives. Allowing these families to support their children with proper education, medical assistance and nutritional food.