Maasai Honey is a beekeeping project located on the eastern border of the Serengeti National Park in the small village of Ololosokwan.

Project Overview

Maasai Honey is a beekeeping project located on the eastern border of the Serengeti National Park in the small village of Ololosokwan. With the recent cycle of droughts and the ever-expanding borders of national parks and hunting grounds, the Maasai of Ololosokwan are finding their traditional cattle herding no longer economically viable to sustain their livelihood.. More

Site Location

The Ololosokwan village generously gave Maasai Honey a 2-acre piece of land that butts the small river after which the village derives it’s name. Located next to the river, the site is very fertile, full of trees and flowers; it’s a perfect location for bees! The most common tree in and around the site is the Acacia Tree, from which the bees collect most of the nectar and pollen More

Team Members

The Maasai Honey project is headed by Executive Director Krysten Ericson,  Ngiimba Sepere,  beekeepers James Leposso and Francis Letema, with the Women’s Group Members Noonboro Pirianoi, Noongiba Kipila, Nalarai Tome, Naisausara Obiki, Nashuluini Parmwat, Nooloswash Sakoi, Nooreet Kaura, Naomi Mako and Selian Lekirason.  More