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Eva Nakato

3 mei 2021

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In this Episode of ‘Upclose with Eva Nakato’, we bring you Immaculate Akullo, a passionate female beekeeper who has been able to empower herself and low income earners in her community through the activity. She explains why beekeeping is not a man’s job, but also suitable for women, young people and the disabled. She explains why beekeeping is not a male job, as was long thought in Uganda, but also suitable for women, young people and the disabled to earn an extra income. Please like, share and subscribe.

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