AI-Driven Climate-Smart Beekeeping (AID-CSB) Environmental Health for Human Rights

About Us

AID-CSB Environmental Health for Human Rights provides a unique opportunity to (1) improve digital literacy and inclusion, (2) increase awareness and generate data on the linkages between bee and environmental health, and beekeeper activities, and (3) facilitate adoption of improved hive management practices among a wider group of mostly women beekeepers in light of more frequent adverse climatic events.

Period of Implementations

Feb 2, 2022 - Dec 31, 2022

Total Budget

USD 211,185.00



We will extend the functionality of the Beekeeper’s Companion App that incorporates traditional and local knowledge of beekeepers while optimizing practices using a climate-smart approach to provide women with a low-entry barrier and non-farm economic activity.


To generate evidence and raise awareness around the linkage between bee and environmental health, and beekeeper activities. In doing so, the project increases the equitable access and participation of women by training low digital-literacy beekeepers to decrease the digital divide, ultimately improving beekeeper livelihoods in the face of climate change.

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