Producing honey in Ghana is the dream of Enoch Kwamla Dzadzra, who lives in the Volta region of Ghana: "I wanted to improve my existing business, create apprenticeships and build a training centre." Together with his brother, who supported the beekeeper as a diaspora donor, he participated in WIDU.africa and was able to purchase hives and protective equipment, among other things. His summary: "We now produce custom made honey with the label of Alpha Apiaries. This is a new source of income for locals from the area."
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