Executive Summary.

Wuchi Wami, established in 2018, is a private limited company led by experienced executives. It specializes in sustainable beekeeping training and the processing of organic honey and beeswax. Shifting from traditional methods, the company collaborates with a cooperative of 1244 farmers, yielding 125 tons of honey annually from 5020 beehives. This effort aligns with Sustainable Development Goals and preserves forests.

The initiative has empowered rural communities and women, significantly raising farmers’ earnings and creating employment. With exporter status and certifications from COMESA, SADC, and AGOA, Wuchi Wami has expanded internationally, exporting to Norway, Botswana, Namibia, and Zimbabwe. Their success is underscored by awards, including the SEED Climate Adaptation award and recognition in Forbes Magazine. Wuchi Wami exemplifies sustainable agriculture, economic growth, and environmental stewardship on a commendable scale.

Our Mission

  • Manufacture and produce a world-class honey and beeswax of the highest consistent quality and reliable.
  • Work to ensure a thriving and sustainable beekeeping industry in Mwinilunga and other regions in Zambia and beyond.
  • Advocate for sustainable beekeepers’ interests.
  • Support honey bee health research and deliver practical training and information.
  • Protect the environment by being committed to environmentally sound net zero and net positive business practices.


  •  To be a leading multinational company in climate action, organic food, natural health and wellness.
  • To enhance the quality of life and contribute to a healthier future by connecting people to natural food.

Our Values

  •  Excellence
  •  Quality
  • Empowerment
  • Sustainability
  • Ubuntu

Social Impact

  • Creating sustainable livelihoods through an outgrower scheme with over 2,500 small scale farmers
  • Working with soft wood modern beehives that are easy to manage and are less labour intense and allows women and youth to participate in beekeeping
  • Support honey bee health research and deliver practical training and information

Environmental Impact

  • Preserving forests by replacing traditional bee-keeping practices with modern softwood beehives. These practices involved cutting down miombo trees to make hives and charcoal.
  • With 2,500 farmers practising beekeeping with modern beehives, they are saving +125,000 trees.

Economic Impact

  • Generating income for over 2,500 small scale farmers
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Our Team

Harry Malichi
Managing Director

Kathryn Mwondela
Operations Manager

Bwalya Lombe
Finance Manager

Gibby Samueha
Production Manager

James Sakala
Quality Control Officer

Joy Simwaba
Sales and Marketing Manager

Edgar Chimfwembe
Production Assistant