The July – Dec 2022, Volume 3, Issue No. 2 edition gives you a brief overview of: MOYESH Achievements in 2022 MOYESH’s participation in the
MOYESH made progress in introducing electrotonic market opportunities for the youth in a short period of time. The initiative encourages the producers to run the
Mass production and sustainable market are primary drivers for apiculture and sericulture business. Primary products can be aggregated, processed, value-added, and delivered to markets through
Researches show that the population of bee colonies are declining enormously. The price of a bee colony overpassed ETB2000 (USD38). So far, the programme secured
Learning summit and bee products exhibitions were organized to engage key stakeholders in the development and business dialogue, and to explore new opportunities for youth
In 2022, MOYESH organized and attended over 30 national public events. The Honey festival held in Bahir Dar in November was one of these events.
MOYESH’s activities and remarkable progress are the results of a strategic and innovative approach to engaging youth, especially women in beekeeping and sericulture farming; enhancing
MOYESH is built on the principles driving national, regional and global food and nutrition security agenda by creating jobs for rural young people and enabling
The event was jointly organized by the AUC and African Union Development Agency (AUDA-NEPAD) to commemorate the 13th Africa Day for Food and Nutrition Security
MOYESH was among the prominent international and national exhibitors at the 7th African Livestock Exhibition and Congress (ALEC) held in Addis Ababa in October 2022.