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Bees in East Jerusalem

Celebrating the Right to Life, Food, Shelter and Wellbeing, for Women and Bees in Adversity

To celebrate the right to life, food, shelter and wellbeing, for women and bees in adversity and to recognise the role of women in biodiversity, Sabiha Malik imagined a model that could be implemented in areas where socio-economic inequalities constrain the capacity of the poorest and most vulnerable women living in hardship conditions.

Women as Designers of Change

In 2019-2020 ,The World Bee Project offered apiculture education and training to 15 vulnerable Palestinian women and established apiaries for them on the rooftops of their homes, enabling them to create promising new livelihoods for themselves through the sale of honey and ‘rooftop bee tourism’.

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The World Bee Project collaborated with beekeeper and Steiner educator Yossi Aud for implementation of the ‘Bees in East Jerusalem’ programme.  Yossi collaborates with Palestinian charitable organisation in social areas in Israel and in the Palestinian Authority. Our project was  supported by Matan Israeli of Muslala, architect Tareq Nasser, and local NGOs.
It was funded by the Sobell Foundation and other donors.

 

Other Projects

‘Super Farm’, North India

‘Super Farm’, North India

We initiated a two-year project in north India in partnership with the School of Agriculture, Policy and Development (SAPD) University of Reading, United Kingdom, G. B. Pant University of Agriculture and Technology, India, and Himalayan Farmlands Initiative, a local NGO.

World Bee Count

World Bee Count

To engage people everywhere in celebrating pollinators on World Bee Day, The World Bee Project launched World Bee Count 2020. We invited people to take a picture of the nearest pollinator they could find and upload it to an interactive Global Pollinator Map, using a free mobile app.

Curridabat, Costa Rica

Curridabat, Costa Rica

We are collaborating with the award-winning city of Curridabat to establish it as a World Bee City©. Curridabat will become an important node in the World Hive Network©, a worldwide knowledge-sharing bee database connecting people to the global movement to protect pollinators.