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APICULTURE RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT AND PROTECTION NO. 660/2009


                      PROCLAMATION NO.  660/2009.
A PROCLAMATION TO PROVIDE FOR APICULTURE RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT AND PROTECTION
WHEREAS, it is necessary to promote household and commercial beekeeping development in areas of high apiculture resource potential to realize appropriate contribution of the sub sector in the process of rapid economic development;

WHEREAS, it has become necessary to ensure sustainable contribution of honey products in enhancing production and food security and poverty reduction efforts;
WHEREAS, proper development of apiculture resources require the conservation of the biodiversity of honey bee races and honey source plants;

NOW, THEREFORE, in accordance with Article 55 sub article  (1) of the Constitution of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia it is hereby proclaimed as follows

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One thought on “APICULTURE RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT AND PROTECTION NO. 660/2009

  1. I am MSc student in Ethiopia at Jimma unversity and i have much interest to proceed in the future on Apiary sites(bee keeping).Therefore, as a begginer pleas help me how can i fullfil my dream on this work and you can attach the procuder to start.
    thank you!

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    Posted by Tarekegn fite | May 20, 2011, 11:40 am

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