Social Impact Project for Logistics/Chain Management Experteer to Support Scalability

How This Works

In the MovingWorlds Institute Global Fellowship, you will learn how to advance your for-good career while getting hands on experience on projects like this one.

Project Description and Impact

Bees are so important to our planet. They pollinate our fruit, vegetables, plants and trees. That's why we make honey that comes from healthy bees that are never exposed to insecticides. In addition to being wild, raw and completely natural, our honey provides an additional source of income for 10,000 bee-keepers in Africa. 

One of our business's key operations is supplying honey from Africa to our customers in North America. However, despite our best efforts to make this process as seamless, environmentally friendly and cost-efficient as possible, we continue to face challenges of organizing our inventory and running an effective supply chain; this is increasing our carbon footprint.

The first step of this project would involve a careful analysis of our inventory system and the Logistics chain as a whole. Secondly, deep research into best practices as well as how this can be implemented. Finally, we would require a document that would help us maintain and improve these practices. This project would help us scale up in our business, thereby improving the livelihoods of over 10,000 bee-keepers in Africa as we continue to contribute our quota towards mitigating climate change.

Learning Opportunity

By participating in the MovingWorlds Institute, you will first learn social impact frameworks and human-centered design before putting your existing skills and new knowledge to action.


This project accepts virtual experteers.

About the Hosting Organization

African Bronze Honey Company is a For-profit with social mission working on Food & Beverages.


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