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June 2018

Agriculture: The Foundation of Belize’s Economy


Historically, Belize is known for the production and export of traditional crops primarily: Sugar, Citrus and Bananas. These major crops have been the foundation of the Belizean economy since the 1800’s. Continue reading “Agriculture: The Foundation of Belize’s Economy”

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Improving Community Livelihoods Through Access to Protected Areas for Cacao and Honey Production


The Toledo District is comprised of a mosaic of protected areas, communities and state lands. It is the least developed region in the country of Belize but features the most pristine forests, remarkable rivers, extensive cave networks and offshore cayes. Toledo is home to diverse cultures – from Mopan and Q’eqchi’ Maya, to Creole, the Garifuna, East Indian, Mennonite and Mestizo. Continue reading “Improving Community Livelihoods Through Access to Protected Areas for Cacao and Honey Production”

Training on Transfer of Methodologies on the Implementation of a New Specialized Women Entrepreneurship Service Through the SBDCs of the SICA Region Kicks Off


Transfer_of_Methodologies_DSC_6571BELTRAIDE, through its SBDCBelize Unit, with funding support from the Centro Regional de Promocion de la MIPYME (CENPROMYPE) and United States of America, is implementing a project entitled “Regional Training and Certification Program for SBDCs in Central America”. Continue reading “Training on Transfer of Methodologies on the Implementation of a New Specialized Women Entrepreneurship Service Through the SBDCs of the SICA Region Kicks Off”

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