Mrs Michelle O’Neill, agriculture minister ,  explained: “The £30 million funding referred to is in fact for the European Union (EU) Apiculture Programme 2011-13 (€32 million), the north of Ireland and Britain allocation of which is some £1.8 million. The Programme, which operates on a 50% reimbursement of expenditure, seeks to improve the production and marketing of apiculture products. The funding is used here for training, bee inspections and scientific analysis work.


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  1. Adelina says:

    I think this is Gud,am a beginner beekeeper in Africa this sector in my home country faces challenges like lack of honey and wax market i saw it when i did beekeeping research in villages.i think this kind of budget its good cause led to improve market and production.

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