It’s lychee season here in south east Madagascar. Bunches of this delicious fruit, rich in vitamin C, grow atop massive trees throughout the region and are enjoyed by people, lemurs and geckos alike!
Like many fruit trees, lychees rely on pollination by honey bees in order to yield fruit. SEED is helping beekeepers across six rural communities combat pests and diseases so they can have healthy bees that pollinate crops!
Find out more about Project Renitantely here: madagascar.co.uk/projects/sustainable-livelihoods/renitantely