Economically, socially and spiritually empowered community able to meet their living standards


To build farmers strong group relationships and equip them with skills as a way of addressing rural poverty, general health issues and access of better world markets

Our Team

Our Core Values

They are a set of shared ideals that will create our desired culture based on the norm that we are a Christian based community. The values are:

  • Transparency and Accountability: We shall be committed to our mission while being transparent and accountable in or our actions and deals
  • Non Discrimination: We shall not discriminate against any gender, religion as long as they subscribe to our constitution and ideals.
  • Team Work: We shall, with respect and effectiveness, work together harmoniously and without prejudice for the good of our members
  • Creativity and innovation: We shall endeavor to be creative and innovative to enhance the resources available to us for the sole purpose of achieving our vision

Main objective
To establish farmer field schools, identify and train lead famers on the best practices of farming by en of 2019.
Other objectives
  • To establish a demo site with 45 modern hives and improved 50 log hives by end 2019.
  • To improve farmer field school members hives by introduce queen excluders before the end of 2019.
  • To recruit through demonstration 3000 new beekeepers by end of 2019.
  • To exploit the other bee products such as wax, propolis, bee venom, pollen and royal jelly by end of 2020
  • To lobby and advocate for better funding opportunities to the cooperative and her members through forming strong partnerships with financial institutions, governments both county and national, like minded organizations by end of 2019
  • To establish an innovative model of microeconomic enterprise by the end of 2019.
  • To establish strong market linkages locally and nationally and offer the best prices at the farm gate by end of June 2019.
  • To establish collection centres and collection centre handlers in the selected farmers field schools by the end of 2019
  • To improve on quality of honey handling, processing and packaging to attain the desired quality standards by the end of 2019
  • To complete a better storage facility for the bulky raw materials of honey end of the 2020
  • To plant bee attracting flowers and favourable vegetation in the areas surrounding the established apiaries by end of 2019