During past decades beekeeping has been introduced to smallholder farmers in Africa for improving livelihoods through additional income. Beekeeping for development (B4D) has some far reaching consequences into areas of forest conservation and crop pollination and awareness for these aspects is increased for those involved in B4D. An interdisciplinary approach is needed to study and discuss the many different aspects of B4D. The approach and its success will be dependent on different factors and we review these factor to enhance the success of any B4D project.
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