This is a private company that is bound to help young Deaf people acquire knowledge and practical skills that are useful in development of bee keeping businesses. It was founded by Kanimba Marcellin and Donna Hackley with the purpose of teaching Deaf people how to construct modern bee hives and use modern methods of bee keeping in order to maximally produce high quality honey.
Students from the GS ADB School (Nyarutarama) are also some of those ones who benefit from the above mentioned training. Beneficiaries learn about honey extraction and packaging techniques, fabrication of wax products such as candles and lotions.
Pure harvested honey and beehives are sold by the company in order to earn money to be put into varying projects aimed at empowering its beneficiaries.
They also sell langstroth hives, Kenyan hives, queen multiplication hives and special hives. They sell candles, honeycombs, beeswax and lotion. The company also cares for the Deaf students in different challenges they encounter. This includes even providing them with meals and accommodation.
In other related company activiites, K+H Hillop Honey Ltd educates a cooperative made up of 15 women from Kamonyi about modern bee keeping techniques, an added knowledge that is helping them improve their livelihoods.
In further fulfilling its social responsibility, the company also supports efforts aimed at helping Rwandan youth who suffer from alcohol dependence to rehab and return to normal life.