While still in the forest the Batwa fed on honey from forest bees and other small insects. After eviction, the Batwa could no longer access forest natural honey. This, according to Batwa member Jackson and his mother Jovanis, have left the Batwa and their children vulnerable to disease. This will be re-introduced so that each home will also have at least one or two modern bee hives in their backyard. A central point for each district manned by the Batwa, will also be selected to set up an income generating apiary that will generate income to support other APU programs meanwhile employing Batwa people.