1 year in “the office” – Celebrating our 1st anniversary

By Chrystel Vert-Pré Download in pdf (72 Ko) We launched “Bee the Solution” website on 13th Sep 2016, as a way of launching the NGO. Today, I am thinking: “Is it […]

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Where is my Newsletter?

Our March Newsletter (Newsletter 5) has just been published. We are proud to share the new website that we have for the Newsletter: http://newsletter.beethesolution.org/ You will not receive further heads-up […]

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Newsletter 4, January/February 2017

Best view in pdf: read  Internet version or Full text   Bee the Solution – Newsletter 4, January/February 2017 By Chrystel Vert-Pré PROJECTS DETAILS More details on Projects are available […]

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Newsletter 3, December 2016

. Best view in pdf: newsletter-3-december-2016   Bee the Solution – Newsletter 3, December 2016 By Chrystel Vert-Pré The end of the year is the time that we spend with […]

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Season’s Greetings

With best wishes for the holidays season!

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Hector – Computer Expert

Hector is a successful 30 years-old Zimbabwean. He is from Kariba, on the shore of Lake Kariba, in Zimbabwe. He was born and raised there. His passion in life is […]

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Different ways of preparing food

“Made in Kariba” Kariba Mango Atchar Kariba Kapenta Atchar Kariba Caramelised Mango “It’s not that they don’t have food; sometimes, it’s that they don’t know what to eat. (…) She […]

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Newsletter 2, November 2016

. Best viewed in PDF: Newsletter 2, November 2016 By Chrystel Vert-Pré PROJECTS DETAILS More details on Projects are available on Bee the Solution website @ www.projects.beethesolution.org Find the latest […]

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Gabby – A story of international support

Also read: Gabby – Village photographer Gabby – How it started   Unfortunately, the laptop I had for Gabby did not start – something to do with Windows needing to […]

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Kakuyu – The Cooker

Also read: Kakuyu – Masai warrior One year, in Lusaka, I met with a group of French cyclists that were cycling over 5’000 km from Windhoek (Namibia) to Kilimanjaro (Tanzania). […]

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