Rinor Shabani is one of the beneficiaries of the ATAR2 Project. With the grant funds, Rinori has started his own honey and pollen cultivation business, bought 50 beehives, traps for pollen, all the other necessary equipment and created the Honey Hoi beekeeping park. This business so far has two full-time employees and hires others in the honey extraction season.
This park is located in a village in the municipality of Artana, with an altitude of 700m. The honey in this area is mixed with various mainly mountain flowers and pines that surround the environment. The products he will sell are honey, pollen and honey mixed with nuts.
This project is funded by the European Union, managed by the European Union office in Kosovo and implemented by FIQ and LINK Campus University.
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