Adequate forage availability coupled with favorable and diversified agro-climatic conditions of Ethiopia creates environmental conditions conducive to the growth of over 7000 species of flowering plants, which have supported the existence of a large number of bee colonies in the country. Ethiopia’s wide climatic and geographical variability has endowed the country with diverse and unique flowering plants, thus making it highly suitable for sustaining a large number of bee colonies and the long-established practice of beekeeping. Beekeeping is one of the most important livestock subsectors that contribute to the improvement of the livelihoods of people in many countries.
28 – 31 October, 2021
Addis Ababa – Ethiopia