The Kerio Delta where the Kerio River enters Lake Turkana is an area with potential for beekeeping. Wild honeybee colonies were observed to be abundant. They were located in Acacia tortilis trees and small caves along
the Turwel River.
In search of sustainability in the era of climatic changes, TBI engaged in discussions with two communities on their adaptation plans to climatic changes, discussing possible projects that would not only be environmentally friendly but be economically viable. The discussions ranged from needs to possible solutions, and one of the projects that came up was bee keeping project. This would not only be an income generating activity but would also be environmentally sustainable. Such engagements and consultations create a sense of ownership and greater appreciation by the communities.